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Singapore Botanic Gardens
  • Water Point
  • Carpark
  • Restaurant
  • Shelters
  • Pond
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Venue for Holding Events
  • Foot Reflexology Footpath
  • Restrooms
Singapore Botanic Gardens

Things To Do

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    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!


All Events

  • Home Gardening 1x1

    Tips on choosing the right plants, watering regimes as well as the use of fertilisers, re-potting, pruning and other general plant care techniques will be covered in this comprehensive basic course. Participants will be led on a guided tour around the Tanglin Core of Singapore Botanic Gardens to learn and discuss the different types of plants suitable for home gardening. The alternative Hydroculture (soil-free) approach will also be introduced in this workshop.

    16 May 2015 09:00AM - 18:00PM
    Singapore Botanic Gardens,
    Botany Centre, Classroom 1 & 2 (Level 3)
    SGD100.00 per participant (includes all materials)
  • Basic Bonsai in Mandarin 1x1

    Learn to appreciate the concept of ‘miniature nature’ through the fundamentals of bonsai. This workshop covers pruning, wiring and potting techniques that are essential to create your own miniature trees.

    23 May 2015 10:00AM - 17:00PM
    Singapore Botanic Gardens,
    Botany Centre, Classroom 1 & 2 (Level 3)
    SGD80.00 (includes all materials)
  • Speaker Series

    The speaker of the talk, Nick Marx has worked all his life with wild animals in the United Kingdom where he was born. His vast experience includes working in wildlife parks, game reserves and National Parks in South Africa as well as India. Nick is currently working in Cambodia, where he leads the Wildlife Alliance Wildlife Rescue and Care programmes. He has “hands on” experience with many different species including elephants, big cats, primates, reptiles and birds. He hopes his pioneering work to rehabilitate and release rescued and captive born animals will lead to a better life “without bars” for future generations of captive wildlife.

    29 May 2015 16:00PM - 17:00PM
    Singapore Botanic Gardens,
    Ridley Hall
Last updated on 08 January 2015

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