The island of Singapore has proved its transition from “garden city” to “city a garden” by constructing various attractions such as Gardens By The Bay and one such important attraction is The National Orchid Garden. It is located within Singapore Botanic Gardens and is the country’s first-ever UNESCO World Heritage Site. The National Orchid Garden tickets grants you access to see its colourful splendour of over 1,000 species of orchids and 2,000 hybrids of 2 or more orchid species.
The garden is located at the Tyersall Entrance, one of the many zones of Singapore Botanical Gardens. It provides colourful scenery every step of the way. You can discover over 60,000 orchids in zones inspired by the four seasons at the National Orchid Garden. If you have eyes for a vivid spectacle, are fond of distinctive flora, or enjoy the photo ops of a mesmerizing walkway, you will be in for a treat at the National Orchid Garden.
The best way to purchase National Orchid Garden Tickets is to score them online to avoid crowds at the venue. Since the management is only allowing a limited number of people to enter, they explicitly ask visitors to expect a waiting time of about 1 to 2 hours. Hence, it is a great idea to purchase National Orchid Garden Tickets beforehand to make sure you visit the place before the tickets are sold out.
The tropical Montane Orchidetum is a model of a tropical montane forest. As you climb the stairs you will experience the flora of orchids and plants such as bromeliads, gingers, tropical rhododendrons, gesneriads, and magnolias. They are planted in such a way as to replicate how and which of these plants grow from rich low to high-elevation montane forest.
The Cool House is an indoor orchid collection of the five vegetation – Malesia, Continental Southeast Asia and South Asia, Australasia, Afrotropics and Neotropics. The 260 square meters of the house are designed to stimulate the high elevation montane forest with an altitude of 1000 to 2000 meters. Visitors will be able to experience and look at rare orchids found in this altitude such as Cymbidiums (also known as Boat Orchids), Dendrochilums (also known as Chain Orchids), Cyrtochilums and Phragmipedium (also known as Slipper Orchids).
This collection of plants represents those that grow in a mid-elevation Neotropical forest environment at 650m to 1,000m elevation. The house is 620 square meters in area and is home to various bromeliad genera such as Ananas, Guzmania, Neoregelia, Tillandsia, Pitcairnia, Aechmea, Vriesia, Cryptanthus, etc, including both species and cultivars.
This collection imitates the paleotropical garden at the altitude of 650 meters to 1,000 meters. The house spreads across 720 square meters and features a selection of unique, uncommon or award-winning hybrids along with species from the specialty breeding stock of orchids.
Daily from 8:30 AM- 7:00 PM
Last admission at 6:00 PM
MRT - The closest MRT is Botanic Gardens MRT Station which gives direct entry into the National Botanical Garden.
Bus - The closest bus stop is Bef Tyersall Ave, almost 20 minutes away from the National Orchid Garden by walk.
The Garden is wheelchair accessible.
Canine friends are allowed at the Gardens. Make sure you leash them and clean up afterwards.
You can get to the National Orchid Garden by MRT, Bus or Car. Since the Botanical gardens are huge, you may have to walk around the place to the Tyersall Entrance where National Orchid Garden is located.
National Orchid Garden in Singapore is the world's largest tropical orchid garden.
It is highly recommended to purchase National Orchid Garden Tickets online since discounted ticket options are available
The entry to National Orchid Garden is included with the National Orchid Garden Ticket.
You may purchase National Orchid Garden Tickets at the venue. However, be prepared to stand in long waiting lines as only a limited number of entries are allowed.
Yes, you can buy National Orchid Garden Tickets online.
National Orchid Garden Tickets cannot be cancelled. However, they may be used anytime between the operating hours within the validity period.