One of the world's largest botanical reserves, the Botanical Gardens, sprawling over 52 hectares of land, is the home of more than 600,000 plant specimens. Orchid Garden, main attraction within the Botanical Gardens, has collection of 2,000 hybrids of orchids. Evolution Garden, Ginger Garden and Rain Forest are other attractions of Botanic Gardens.
As the name suggests, Dolphin Lagoon provides one a chance to watch the highly intelligent dolphin in close quarters. Through a series of interactive training sessions, one gets an opportunity to understand the amazing creatures.
Jurong Bird Park
World's largest collection of South-East Asian birds is a great infotainment experience. The Bird Park, lying over 20 hectares of land, is the home of more than 8,000 birds of about 600 species. The Park also holds the world's tallest artificial waterfall.
Park & Reserves
The island-nation has no paucity of parks and reserves, all putting tough competition to one another. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Chinese and Japanese Gardens, Fort Canning Park, Marina South City and unique Night Safari are few to mention. In the Night Safari, one can view the animals in night, busy in their normal life.
As all zoos, the Singapore Zoo too puts up intriguing animals and birds for viewing. But it has lot more. Sections like the Children's World, Primate Kingdom, Enclosure for Loan Animals, Heliconia Valley, Under Water Viewing Exhibits, and Reptile Garden make the Zoo an exhilarating experience.
Underwater World is a marvelous way of presenting marine life for viewing. The tourists embark on a journey to the bottom of the sea, sauntering amidst beautiful corals and exciting fish.