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Singapore Botanic Gardens

A lush UNESCO World Heritage site in Singapore, featuring tropical flora, a swan lake, and the National Orchid Garden.

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Singapore Botanic Gardens is one of the world's most beautiful botanic gardens and a must-visit attraction on your trip to Singapore. The garden covers 82 hectares of stunning flora and fauna, including 10,000 species of plants, making it the perfect place to explore and relax amidst Singapore's bustling city. Visitors can enjoy a range of attractions, including the National Orchid Garden, the Evolution Garden, and the Jacob Ballas Children's Garden, providing something for everyone to enjoy.

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Singapore Botanic Gardens, established in 1859, is a historic park and botanical institution that showcases the diversity of tropical flora in Southeast Asia. It has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its sustainable management and efforts towards biodiversity conservation. Visitors can explore the lush gardens, admire the stunning orchid collections, and attend cultural events and concerts held regularly in the gardens.

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Singapore Botanic Gardens Guides

  • World's Most Beautiful Botanic Gardens

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    Spend time engulfed in an awe-inspiring atmosphere that originates from being surrounded by massive amounts of carefully looked after plants. We wandered the sprawling grounds of plentiful flowers at The Royal Botanical Garden in England and sweat beneath the Arizona sun admiring oddly shaped cacti at the Desert Botanical Garden. Whether it's the aesthetic zen of rock gardens in Japan or well-kept orchard collections in Singapore, we chose a selection of our favorite gardens so you can have a safe bet for your itinerary.
  • World Heritage Sites in Asia

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    Across the vast, diverse continent of Asia, there are seemingly endless World Heritage Sites to explore. Visit the sparse atomic bomb dome in Hiroshima, or walk for hours along the towering Great Wall of China. From sprawling rustic temple grounds to ancient statues of civilizations past- here is a collection of some of the prominent World Heritage Sites in Asia.