With the most exquisite collection of flora and fauna, the Singapore Botanic Gardens is claimed to abode the world's first children garden and is absolutely worth a visit. Inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Singapore Botanic Gardens is the country's first and only tropical botanic garden on the UNESCO's World Heritage List. First of its kind in the whole of Asia and third in the world, these gardens are over a hundred and fifty years old star visitor attraction. Having tremendous horticultural attractions with and rich history, these gardens possess a wonderful collection of plants that deserve worldwide significance. The botanic gardens also host numerous development and entertainment events that sensitize the visitors and educate about plants through its recreational activities, all in the surroundings of nature. Being the most visited botanic gardens in the world, these gardens are an excellent epitome of the informal English Landscape Movement's style in an equatorial climate.
The garden offers a walking trail to enjoy and explore the gardens' heritage trees preserved in drive of protecting the mature tree species of Singapore. With a history going back to 1860, the garden adorns frangipanis, a herbarium and a rain forest that was once spread across the island. Scattered all along the way are some magnificent fountains, sculptures, and a bandstand. The Botanic Gardens is comprised of several sections such as eco-garden, eco-lake, bonsai garden, sculptures, and many more. However, the most visited and only section that charges is National Orchid Garden. With a unique collection of colorful orchids, the garden is a perfect place to enjoy the serenity of the tropical greenery bursting with exotic hues.
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