Singapore Botanic Gardens

183 stunning acres, 3,000 beautiful species of tropical and subtropical plants and 500,000 preserved plant specimens lay blossoming in the depths of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. It is the only botanic garden in the world that is open every day of the year, 19 hours a day and does not have an admission fee. It truly is a spectacular visit that even boasts 11 acres of preserved Malay jungle and a collection of 1,000 orchid species.

A sense of responsibility for conservation is felt as the visitor wanders through paths that offer tranquility and serenity, a truly peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the surrounding metropolis.

Watch the Kola Nut Productions promotional video for
Singapore Botanic Gardens (28/01/13)

The core values and principle of Singapore Botanic Gardens are;

  • Connecting people and plants through; publications, horticultural, botanical displays, educational outreach and events.
  • Providing a provision of a key civic and recreational space.
  • Playing a role as an international Gardens and a regional centre for botanical and horticultural research and training.
  • Conserving over 3,000 plant species.
  • Providing a protective home for a variety of birds and insects such as; oriental pied hornbills, spotted wood owls, crimson sunbirds and stork billed kingfishers.


For further close ups of Singapore Botanic Gardens please browse the photographs below:


To learn more about what Singapore Botanic Gardens offers, visit their website;

or contact them directly: NPARKS_SBG_Visitor_Services@NPARKS.GOV.SG

The filming and photography shown above were completed in January 2013. We tell you the date of completion because as you know places and their surrounding areas can change over time. To read our full disclaimer information click here.


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Kola Nut Productions enjoyed working in the peace and tranquility of The Botanic Gardens in Singapore in January 2013.