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Top 5 Botanical Gardens

#1
Gardens by the Bay

Explore a national icon and one of the most famous gardens in Singapore

4.7 (376 reviews)
#2
Floral Fantasy

Floral Fantasy is a wonderland packed with scenes of floral artistry that smell as delightful as they look! Wander this magical flower-powered exhibition and breathe in the live plants, cut flowers, fragrant foliage, and preserved flowers as they come together to create a vibrant, whimsical, and immersive landscape. Floral Fantasy is located at Gardens by the Bay, Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore.

4.7 (454 reviews)
#3
Singapore National Orchid Garden

Singapore National Orchid Garden, located in Singapore Botanic Gardens, is home to 1,000 species of orchid! On top of that incredible variety, there's also 2,000 hybrids on show, so as you walk through the garden's meandering paths you'll be constantly treated to new fragrances and sights.

4.7 (23 reviews)
#4
Cloud Forest

Cloud Forest is one of the crowning glories at Singapore's enchanting Gardens by the Bay. This giant indoor forest mimics the biosphere of tropical highlands and is filled with vibrant orchids, pitcher plants, ferns, and other rainforest vegetation. A winding Treetop Walk encircles a towering vertical garden where visitors meander through a blanket of ethereal mist, as the spray of tumbling waterfalls helps to keep things cool. Among all the greenery you'll find hidden caverns and secret gardens to explore, and lots of artistic sculptures poking out from the vegetation.

4.7 (376 reviews)
#5
Flower Dome

The largest glass greenhouse in the world (and easily the most spectacular), the Flower Dome at Singapore's Gardens by the Bay is home to thousands of exotic plants from five continents, arranged across a patchwork of nine breathtaking themed gardens. Visitors can get that desert feeling while wandering gardens of spiky cacti and beautiful succulents, or stroll through a huge olive grove and see an olive tree that is thousands of years old. There are exhibition-like arrangements that mimic Dutch tulip fields, large-scale flower sculptures of famous monuments like the Eiffel Tower, and Mediterranean, South American, South African, Australian and Californian gardens.

4.7 (376 reviews)

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