Founded in 1859 with a mission to cultivate plants of economic potential, the 52-hectare (128.5-acre) Singapore Botanic ... More
Singapore Botanic Gardens
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 than 600,000 plant specimens, it is clearly one of the world's largest botanical reserves.
Located near the Old Government House, the Zoological and Botanical Gardens is a popular place for parents to bring their
children on the weekends. The gardens are divided into two main areas: plants and aviaries in one area and ...
The brainchild of Alfred Venning, the British State Treasurer in the 1880s, this botanical garden in the heart of Kuala
Lumpur is the city dweller's favorite rendezvous retreat. Nestled deep in the city center near Jalan Parlimenare are sprawling ...
As one of the oldest zoos in the world, the Saigon Zoo and Botanical Garden is famous not only with
Vietnamese but also with foreign visitors. It is the home for many rare orchids, ornamental plants, and over a ...