Timings : 6:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Time Required : 1-2 hours
Entry Fee : No entry fee
Based on the concept of Chinese gardening art, the Chinese Garden in Singapore a 13.5 hectare landscaped garden. It houses a seven-storey pagoda, Chinese-style pavilions and stone bridges, a stunning Bonsai garden and a lantern-studded Japanese Garden.
The major highlights of Singapore's Chinese Garden are the Bonsai Garden (housing a collection of over a hundred stunning bonsais from China), and the Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum (home to around 200 turtles and 60 tortoise species). Epitozming the imperial palaces of China, two stone lions stand at the entrance of the garden, believed to have a magical ability to protect. These statues lead to a 13-arch white bridge that resembles and replicates the 17-arch bridge in Beijing.
The white bridge leads to the main arch building of the garden that contains a pond filled with Koi fish, another homage to China, and two splendid courtyards ahead of which lies all that the garden has to offer from museums and statues to unique natural displays. The Chinese Garden is especially visited during the Mid Autumn Festival as well as the Chinese New Year (January/February).
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