Singapore is a city of shopping paradise, as well as famous for traditional and authentic Singapore dishes. One of the attraction place is Singapore Botanic Garden, which open from 5.00 a.m. till 12.00 midnight daily.
The 74 hectare national park has a subtle feeling of Victorian times with dazzling swan lake, a symphony stage and beautiful theme gardens. In 2012, the Botanic Gardens was listed under World Heritage sites by the UNESCO.
Gorgeous statues are scattered around the gardens, and the Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage, which looked like turtle shape in the middle of the artificial lake. It has becomes the venue for concerts for the locals and tourists.
There is an entry fee of $5.00 for the National Orchid Garden, it close at 6.00 p.m., give yourself more times to venture into the garden. As we reached the National Orchid Garden at 5.00 p.m and left with only 1 hour so we decided not to waste monies and go there when we are in Singapore again.
There are various theme gardens such as the Ginger Garden with different species of ginger family, the Heal8ing Garden, the Fragrant Garden, the Evolution Garden and the Orchid Garden. The main attraction is the Orchid Garden which houses nearly 60,000 orchid plants, 2,000 hybrids and consisting 400 different species found species throughout the world.