Featuring more than 700 species of orchids, the National Orchid Garden was opened in 1996 and boasts the largest orchid ... More
National Orchid Garden
Featuring more than 700 species of orchids, the National Orchid Garden was opened in 1996 and boasts the largest orchid display in the world. The 2,100 hybrids found here are the result of an orchid-breeding program, which began in 1928. Catch a glimpse of Singapore's national flower (Vanda Miss Joaquim) and the diverse breeds of its family in stunning orchid terraces. Publications, orchid plants and other orchid-related items are available at the Entrance Pavilion. Orchid jewellery, made by plating real orchids with gold, makes for great souvenirs and gift ideas.
Exuding an air of Gothic elegance, this former convent's history dates back to 1890. It accommodates Singapore's oldest free standing
house (the Caldwell House), whose lawns, courtyards, sunken forecourt and water features make Chijmes a rustic version of London's ...
Located just five minutes from Orchard Road and 10 minutes away from the city centre, the Copthorne Orchid Hotel Singapore
is ideal for both business and leisure travellers, who will enjoy maximum accessibility to popular shopping and entertainment districts, ...
Founded in 1859 with a mission to cultivate plants of economic potential, the 52 hectare (128.5 acre) Singapore Botanic Gardens
made a historic milestone in 1877 with the cultivation of Malaysia and Indonesia's first rubber plantations. Today, with more ...
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