Wandering Through the Gardens’ Wonders

Take a tranquil respite from the buzz of our city by visiting the Singapore Botanic Gardens for a day of learning and discovery. After wandering through this green space and experiencing its many wonders, pop by the Gardens Shop to pick up items instilled with the unique charm of some of the Gardens’ star attractions. 


Learning Forest Shooter Glass 




Want to walk among “giants”? You can, at the SPH Walk of Giants in the Learning Forest. This elevated boardwalk takes visitors from ground level up to a height of 8 m where you can get up close to a diversity of plant species found in the lowland rainforests in the region. Next, learn about freshwater forest wetland ecosystems at the Keppel Discovery Wetlands.


The Gardens Shop draws inspiration from the Learning Forest to design this set of shot glasses. Featuring prints of flowers and foliage, each wonderful piece adds a pop of colour to your living space. 


Vanda Miss Joaquim Journal with Bookmark



Explore the National Orchid Gardens to discover over 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids of orchids on display. After that, put your thoughts down into this handy journal featuring Singapore’s national flower, Vanda Miss Joaquim. 


Made of 100% recycled fibre, it makes a good gift for a loved one that is also an environmentalist at heart. It comes with a Vanda Miss Joaquim bookmark that is not only practical but makes for a pretty adornment to any book. 


Exclusively available at the Gardens Shops.


You may check these items out at The Gardens Shop in the Singapore Botanic Gardens or view these products on www.botanicgardensshop.sg.

If you are heading to the Singapore Botanic Gardens, do the right thing and be socially responsible. Maintain a safe distance from other park goers and keep to not more than eight persons in a group, with no intermixing between groups. Always wear a mask except when you are engaged in strenuous exercise or when consuming food, drink or medication.

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