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For a small entry fee, these gardens are beautiful, clean & well designed.
The long established gardens are constantly updated & renewed for those-once-in-a-while revisits.
Most of the pathways seem wheelchair accessible, with some steep rises.
Love this Garden.
We went after the Grand Prix weekend to the National Botanic gardens, which is free entry, and was amazed at the tranquillity and beauty of the gardens, then we paid the 5 SGD entry fee for the National Orchid gardens inside.very nice way to spend...More
This is the only paid property situated within the Botanical Garden. And the nominal fee you will need for entry, is totally worth it. The garden is what it promises - Orchids, in abundance and in various colors and types. I loved every second of...More
Unless you really are into orchids not sure if the garden as such would be worth to travel all the way there, but as the botanical gardens are simply marvelous and definitely worth to see, it absolutely is worth to spend some extra time and...More
The Botanical Gardens has a spectacular array of gardens filled with an immense variety of plant life along trails that the public can freely enjoy. You'll also be able to view various birds and some animals in the park. There are wide paved trails with...More
I visited the National Orchid Gardens twice this month and boy, I was very much impressed. The orchids were placed under different categories with some bearing the names of several dignitaries. New species were also added and were housed under a shade. I must add...More
Response from Julie072010 | Reviewed this property |
I don't think there is a shuttle service within the park. You can access wheelchairs though, this option worked well for my elderly mother. I think the Tyersall Ave gate is the best entry point - last time I did this I took... More
I don't think there is a shuttle service within the park. You can access wheelchairs though, this option worked well for my elderly mother. I think the Tyersall Ave gate is the best entry point - last time I did this I took a taxi - it was very easy. There are 4 - 5 visitor centres throughtout the gardens. To find out more go to the Singapore Botanic Gardens official website or the National Singapore Parks government webiste both are very helpful.