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Singapore Botanic Gardens

Notices

1. Burkill Hall is closed till end-2019 due to development works in the National Orchid Garden. For alternative venues, please contact our managing agent, 1-Host, at nparks_hp@1-host.sg(HortPark) and nparks_fcp@1-host.sg (Fort Canning Park).
 
2. As part of the enhancement works to the National Orchid Garden, the Tan Hoon Siang Mist House, Yuen Peng McNeice Bromeliad Collection enclosure and Cool House are closed. These attractions will reopen in late 2019 when works are completed.
 
3. The water play area at Jacob Ballas Children's Garden will be closed starting 4 Mar for upgrading works (reopens Oct). In addition, the Photosynthesis Corner is closed till further notice.     

Things To Do

  • Image of Vanda Miss Joaqium, Singapore National Flower.

    Celebration of Two Queens: A Tale of Queen Elizabeth II’s Sapphire Anniversary and Vanda Miss Joaquim, Singapore’s National flower

    This exhibition highlights the events that shaped the destiny of Queen Elizabeth II and traces how Vanda Miss Joaquim first gained international attention. Specially curated artworks and documents will be on display.

  • holttum hall heritage museum

    Discover the Gardens' rich heritage

    The SBG Heritage Museum features interactive and multimedia exhibits and panels that detail the Gardens' rich heritage. Historical items that will be displayed include old photographs, artefacts, plant specimens, rare botanical books and botanical paintings that date back to the early 19th century.

  • Singapore Botanic Gardens Bandstand

    Go on a Walking Trail of the Gardens

    There is so much to explore and see in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. We have a range of walking trail guides that you can refer to if you wish to explore the Gardens. With walking trails that range from 40 to 90 minutes in duration, there should be one that suits your needs. These trail guides (PDF files) can be accessed through your smartphone or tablet.

  • Guided Walks

    Our volunteers conduct different tours each weekend (held on Saturdays, except on the 5th Saturday of the month). These walking tours are free so pick one and bring your family and friends for a fun and educational day out!

  • Educational Programmes

    Outdoor experiences build confidence, enhance independence and instil a sense of wonder in a child. At the Singapore Botanic Gardens, we have a range of programmes for young nature lovers, environmentalists, budding scientists, horticulturists and more!

Events

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  • Concert at Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage with crowd at the Palm Valley.

    Gamelan Singamurti presents Ngayah, an hour of traditional Balinese music and dance performance. This showcase is in collaboration with a local community dance group Eka Swara Santhi and Gamelan Pinda Sari from Bali.

    30 Mar 2019 18:00PM - 19:00PM
    Singapore Botanic Gardens,
    Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage
    Free
  • herbs spices 195

    Get up-close and personal with the herbs and spices commonly used in Asian and Western cooking! This workshop will explore their historical significance, their uses as herbal remedies and methods of propagation.

    06 Apr 2019 10:00AM - 17:00PM
    Singapore Botanic Gardens,
    Botany Centre, Classroom 1 & 2 (Level 3)
    SGD80.00 per participant (includes all materials)
  • Concert at Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage with crowd at the Palm Valley.

    Singapore Chinese Orchestra (SCO) will present a selection of works celebrating the beauty and grandeur of nature, conducted by SCO Assistant Conductor Moses Gay.

    06 Apr 2019 18:00PM - 19:00PM
    Singapore Botanic Gardens,
    Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage
    Free

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Last updated on 25 February 2019

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