The National Orchid Garden can be found within the complex that houses the Singapore Botanic Gardens. The Garden comprises of over three hectares of beautifully landscaped gardens which house over 1000 species of orchid and 2000 hybrid species.
The National Orchid Garden is broken down into a number of coloured zones including the “spring” zone with shades of gold, yellow and creams; the “summer” zone with reds and pinks; the “autumn” zone softer oranges and greens; and the “winter” zone of whites, blues and violets.
National Orchid Garden Singapore – Ticket Price & Opening Hours
Stop by Burkill Hall which has a beautiful view over the gardens. Here, you can stop and cool down in this cool and airy building. Also, step into the Tan Hoon Siang Misthouse which is where the most rare and unique orchid’s are kept within the garden.
To get to the gardens, you can either take a taxi, bus or train. By train, get off at the Botanic Gardens Station which and walk about 20-minutes to the gardens. If you are taking the bus, catch either the 7, 75, 77, 105, 106, 123 or 174 and alight along Napier Road. The National Orchid Garden is about a 15-minute walk from Tanglin Gate.
Taking a taxi will get you closest to the gardens and there is also parking available at the Botany Centre for those with their own car.