A testament to Singapore’s reputation as a City in a Garden The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a 161-year-old tropical garden located at the fringe of Singapore’s Orchard Road shopping district. The botanic gardens is the country’s first UNESCO heritage site
join the ranks of the Great Wall of China and Sydney Opera House. Established in 1859 by the Agri-Horticultural Society, 60 acres of land were transformed from a disused plantation into the popular recreational garden you see today. A favourite recreation venue for jogging and dining, the sprawling grounds are also a leading centre for botanical and horticultural research. For specific highlights that include the National Orchid Garden & Seed Bank, please watch my other videos which are in the description below. Meanwhile, enjoy the walk at Singapore Botanic Gardens.