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Singapore Botanic Gardens

19,790 Reviews

Singapore Botanic Gardens

19,790 Reviews
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1 Cluny Road, Singapore 259 569 Singapore
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Private Singapore City Highlights Tour By Car - Half Day or Full Day

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With beautiful waterfront scenery, pretty gardens, and cutting-edge galleries, Singapore ranks among Asia’s must-see cities—but beating the crowds and exploring independently by public transport can be challenging. On this tour, spin through Singapore by private air-conditioned minivan and explore in comfort. Hit top attractions like Chinatown, Gardens by the Bay, Little India, or Marina Bay with your guide, and customize your itinerary to hit the highlights of most interest.
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Sammy wrote a review Sep. 20
Dublin, Ireland5 contributions
If you are Irish (white and pastey) the Singapore sun might not assist you. So take my advice and take an umbrella. It helped keep us shade in the shade and stopped us from being sunburnt, but also protected us doing the downpours.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Richard A wrote a review Sep. 20
Jakarta, Indonesia1,695 contributions178 helpful votes
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My wife and I were exercising this morning at SBG, walking and sometimes jogging... it’s a beautiful and big park, with many things to see and enjoy, suitable for almost everyone. We can also do group exercise here, but must apply permit in advance for it. For individual exercising & activities no permit is required, and no entrance fee as well. Worth to visit while you’re in Singapore.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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684Shaz wrote a review Sep. 16
Townsville, Australia43 contributions3 helpful votes
We visited the Botanic Gardens on our last day as we hadnt pre planned anything so decided to go to the Gardens and we were just glad we did its just magical loved seeing the squirrels and the beautiful swans on the lake id highly recommend anyone going here
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Date of experience: March 2020
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John wrote a review Sep. 12
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Nice and beautiful place for family outing, enjoy the natural floral and nice food restaurant over there.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Eiffel05 wrote a review Sep. 10
Singapore, Singapore76 contributions45 helpful votes
Contrast to the hustle and bustle of the city next door. A UNESCO heritage site, the garden is a welcome change to the concrete jungle fringing the garden. It boast different varieties of flora and some resident swans, monitor lizards and chickens. They are gracious host and allow visitors to take a leisurely stroll, jog or those who are more energetic training for the olympics....not literally. Many small groups of young and old dispersed across the open spaces exercising from the slow and deliberate tai chi to the quick and driven serious sportsmen and women high impact workouts. Contrasting these movements are the monitor lizards stamping their authority on the footpaths, posing for the curious passers-by taking a selfie or wefie with it. The occasional rustle from beneath the majestic trees where a flock of chickens or clutch of chicks foraging thr earth for their favorite delicacy of worms. Those who seek serious knowledge of horticulture, there are also paying visits to the specialty flora sections like the Orchid Garden for a small fee. Otherwise, novice horticulturist can benefit from the free information parked in front of different plant species. Good for family visits or a great getaway for some me time too.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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