Any Singaporean will have a special memory of the Singapore Botanic Gardens if you ask them. Its spacious grounds in the middle of the city are great for a calm picnic with loved ones, friends, and dogs or an energizing jog.
The oldest garden in Singapore gained another distinction in 2016 when it was designated as the nation’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Here are six things to do near Botanic Gardens when you are around the area.
|Address||100 Loewen Road, Dempsey, Singapore 248837|
|Price Range||Daytime Admission: Weekday – $36 10am – 5:30pm|
Weekend, Eve of PH and PH – $42 10 am – 5:30 pm
Night at the Museum: Weekday – $46 6pm – 8pm
Weekend, Eve of PH and PH – $52 6 pm – 8pm
|Opening Hours||MON-WED -Closed|
THU-SUN: 10am – 10pm
The Museum of Ice Cream brings to life the transformative potential of ice cream by developing imaginative experiences that help people find their inner children. Their welcoming spaces are created to promote interpersonal interaction and awaken the senses, helping us to rethink how we enjoy and experience ice cream.
|Contact Details||+65 6767 6780|
|Address||541 Orchard Road #02-01 & #03-01 Liat Towers Singapore 238881|
|Opening Hours||From 9 am to 2 am|
Massage and therapy services at Natureland Experience. Visit Natureland to luxuriate in the ideal spa experience. Their wide range of therapeutic body and foot massages are specially chosen to balance your mind, body, and spirit. They are a necessary respite from the daily pressures of a busy existence. Natureland provides a tranquil and opulent getaway for a soul-stirring and reviving experience.
ION Orchard, Robertson Walk, Valley Point, East Coast, Holland Village, Orchard Point, Orchard Liat Towers, Chijmes, and Marina Bay Sands are just a few of the city centres where branches are strategically positioned to provide you with a peaceful getaway from the bustle of the city.
|Price Range||SGD 10|
|Address||1 Cluny Rd Within the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569 Singapore|
|Opening Hours||Daily from 8:30 AM- 7:00 PM|
Last admission at 6:00 PM
On the highest hill in the Singapore Botanic Gardens is where you’ll find the National Orchid Garden. Over 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids may be found on three hectares of skillfully planted slopes, with roughly 600 species and hybrids on show.
The National Orchid Garden’s architectural idea, which displays the presentation of plants in four various color zones throughout most of its regions, is a distinguishing feature not to be missed.
With its dominant hues of vibrant and vivacious tints of gold, yellow, and creams, the “spring” zone
- “Summer” zone, with its dominant red and pink tones
- zone of developed hues in the “fall”
- White and cold violet hues make up the “winter” region.
The meticulous blending of carefully chosen trees, shrubs, herbs, and orchids (usually hybrids) with complementary leaf and flower colours results in colour zoning. Mr Lee Kuan Yew inaugurated the National Orchid Garden on October 20, 1995.
|Price Range||Adults: $55|
|Contact Details||+65 6269 3411|
|Opening Hours||7:30 pm to 10:30 pm|
|Address||93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897|
Prepare for The Night Safari, the day’s last attraction, as the sun sets. The first nighttime zoo in the world is located here, one of Singapore’s top attractions. There are 130 species and roughly 2,500 creatures present. The zoo is situated in a humid tropical jungle and opens at night, as suggested by its name. Undoubtedly, this is a wildlife viewing opportunity to anticipate. You could see creatures like tigers, Asian elephants, and Indian rhinoceroses while there.
In addition to wildlife safaris, the zoo has cultural shows. You don’t need to worry about being hungry because there are food and beverage outlets.
|Contact Details||+65 6473 2877|
|Address||44 Minden Road St. George’s Church Singapore 248816|
|Opening Hours||Sunday 8:00 AM – Traditional|
Sunday 10:15 AM – Contemporary
Sunday 5:30 PM – Contemporary
Wednesday 10:30 AM – Traditional
They welcome you to take part in the life of their community, whether you are a native Singaporean, a foreigner, thinking of moving here, or are just passing through. Find out more about churches if you’re looking for one.
Sunday English services are held at 8 a.m., 10:30 a.m., and 5:30 p.m. Every Sunday at 12 o’clock, the Filipino Fellowship meets, and at 2.30, the Japanese Fellowship. Learn more about the family and children’s services offered and the small group settings where you may meet people in similar stages of life. Additionally, they provide a wide range of ministries that let you become involved and help others.
|Contact Details||+65 8720 6021|
|Address||T81, Seletar West Farmway, Seletar, North, Singapore 798061 Singapore|
|Opening Hours||Open Daily from 10 am to 6 pm|
Without seeing the renowned Animal Resort, your trip to Yishun in Singapore will be completed. It is a little zoo located near the Koi Fishing Houses, the Seletar West Farmway, and beautiful green orchards. You can only spend a few hours exploring it because of its limited size. It gives you a fantastic chance to see some of the region’s rarest birds, animals, and flora. The area around the zoo has several of the best restaurants. So you may stop there to get some goods from the area.
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