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Gardens of Singapore


Singapore has labeled itself "The Garden City," and has worked hard to live up to its slogan. Although this Asian metropolis is intensely crowded, gardens and parks may be seen throughout the city. These green areas, which contain trees and foliage imported from around the world, soften the edges of the many concrete structures in this tiny but well-populated island. Thanks to Singapore's hot, tropical climate, its garden areas bloom year-round, offering a perpetual spectrum of bright flowers and vibrant greenery.

Singapore Botanic Gardens
Are an extensive collection of local and imported trees, shrubs and plants as well as special and rare collections of certain species of flora grouped together: orchid garden, rose garden, and Bonsai garden. Currently, the bonsai display in the Gardens is located around the Bandstand and comprises of specimens ranging from tropical to sub-tropical species and varieties.
Located at Cluny Road, phone 470-7100. Open daily sunrise to sunset, Entrance free

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Other Parks and Gardens in Singapore are Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Mandai Orchid Gardens, Sungei Buloh Nature Park, East Coast Park, Fort Canning Park, Marina City Park and Mount Faber.


  
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