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I stayed in Jurong East near Jurong Polyclinic. So, I walked 1.5 km to Chinese garden thru Jurong Swimming complex, Yuhua Hawker centre, cross Boon lay way, took Walking trail near Jurong lake and reached there. There is an area between Chinese Garden MRT and...More
It was a long ride on SMRT from City Hall to Chinese Gardens 裕华园.
A minimum of two hours stroll, to take in the different areas and history, would be about right.
I would also recommend, if possible, viewing the close and far sceneries from...More
Get down at Chinese Garden MRT and you practically walk into the Chinese and Japanese gardens. Chinese garden has a bonsai garden and a tortoise museum which has world's largest collection of turtle-tortoises(around 2500 species - including 1,000 live specimens). Bonsai garden will close at...More
very nice outing time in a public park. Again Singapore have fantastic opportunities to destress,Walking in a super cute place with a unique Bonsai museum and facilities to sit and rest. Enjoy SIngapore
Well worth the visit and easily accessed via the MRT which has a station that opens directly into the area with a short stroll across and park. Enjoyable at any time but we visited early in the morning to avoid the heat. (Opens at 5am!...More
I chose to use the Singapore train system to make my was to the gardens [an inexpensive mode of transport].
The Gardens are a short walk and review of the offering can be completed in 2 hours.
The gardens are lovely and set in an...More