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Visiting National Orchid Garden Singapore

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The National Orchid Garden

A Picturesque Attraction of the Orchids

A Picturesque Attraction of the Orchids

1. Tan Hoon Siang Mist House

1. Tan Hoon Siang Mist House

If you like color plants and flowers then you should definitely visit the Tan Hoon Siang Mist House. The Tan Hoon Siang House is home to some of the rarest plant species in the world. Some of the brightly colored orchids that you may find at the National Orchid Garden are the main tourist attraction just because of how difficult they are to find.

2. Cool House

2. Cool House

The Cool House is another place worth checking out at the National Orchid Garden in Singapore. The main highlight of the Cool House is that it mimics the temperatures and conditions of the tropical mountains. The temperature is controlled through different scientific methods. The cool temperature of the Cool House helps the tropical plants to grow.
There are many kinds of orchids that you can find in the Cool House, however the reason why many people like to visit this place is thanks to its collection of carnivorous plants. If you don't know what carnivorous then just know that these plants are exactly what they sound like, they tend to eat insects and other bugs. One of the most popular plant in this regard that you can find at the National Orchid Garden is the Pitcher. This plant waits for insects to crawl into its mouth, it then shuts its mouth and eats its prey.

3. VIP Garden

3. VIP Garden

The VIP garden at the National Orchid Garden got its name due to the many times it has hosted foreign dignitaries. Some of the most famous people that have visited the VIP Garden include people such as the former secretary General of the UN Ban Ki Moon and Margaret Thatcher who was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
The VIP Garden is also home to one of the most beautiful white orchid which is named 'Dendrobium Memoria Princess Diana' and as the name suggest this orchid was named after Princess Diana after she passed away in 1997. The orchid was also seen by Prince William and Kate Middleton during their visit to Singapore.

4. Celebrity Garden

4. Celebrity Garden

As the name suggests the Celebrity Garden is home to many orchids that are named after popular celebrities. Many celebrities have visited the Celebrity Garden and hence the name. The garden is home to many amazing plants and orchids, there are also plants that are named after some famous celebrities.

5. Yuen-Peng McNiece Bromeliad Collection

5. Yuen-Peng McNiece Bromeliad Collection

Yuen-Peng AKA Loke Yuen Peng was one of the greatest social workers and conservationist of her time. In the year 1994 she acquired a collection of 20,000 beautiful bromeliads and donated them to the National Orchid Garden. The nursery can still be found at the Garden and is home to some of the most beautiful plants.
Bromeliads are not orchids, instead they are known to be flowering plants. The collection at National Orchid Garden is home to over 300 species of Bromeliads.

6. Burkill Hall

6. Burkill Hall

The Burkill Hall was used as the official residence of the Director of the Garden, but it is no longer used since 1969. It is located at the highest point of the National Orchid Garden. If you enter the building then you can learn a lot about the orchids.

National Orchid Garden Singapore Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

The National Orchid Garden is a public place, which is why you do not need any ticket to get access to the garden. The garden is home to some of the most beautiful plants and trees, the best part is that you can see everything that the garden has to offer for free.

How To Get Around?

When you enter the National Orchid Garden, then the only way to get around is by walking. All of the sections of the garden are divided intelligently, which is why getting around is very easy. Once you have entered the National Orchid Garden, then you just have to walk and see all the different plants that are present there.

What Should I Wear?

The National Orchid Garden does not have specific dress code and that is why you can wear anything that you want. It is advisable that you wear something that is according to the weather and is comfortable. Make sure that you are wearing high quality footwear because you will have to do a lot of walking.

National Orchid Garden Singapore Facts

Best Time to Visit

Many of the areas in the National Orchid Garden is climate controlled, this is the reason why there is no particular time to visit the garden. It is open all around the year and you can visit the garden any day. The plants at the garden are beautiful and you will like every single one that is present in the vicinity.

Currency

Singapore Dollar (SGD)

Will I Need a Guide?

Whether you will need a guide or not depends on your mood. If you just want to look at what the nature has to offer then you will not need a guide. However, if you want to learn more about each and every plant then the onsite guides can help with you that. The guide knows a lot about the plants and can tell you every minute detail there is.

How To Get There?

The National Orchid Garden is not far from the city and that is why reaching it is not a big problem. You can use any kind of transport to reach the garden, this includes taxis, buses and even trains.