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National Orchid Garden | Visitor Information at a Glance

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  • What are the National Orchid Garden opening hours?
    The National Orchid Garden is open daily from 8:30 AM to 7 PM. 
  • Where is the National Orchid Garden located?
    The National Orchid Garden is located within the Singapore Botanic Gardens on the fringe of the Orchid Road shopping district. 
  • How many entrances does the National Orchid Garden have?
    Although the Singapore Botanic Garden has four entrances, the National Orchid Garden is accessible via the Tyersall Entrance. 
  • How many visitors does the National Orchid Garden see per year?
    The National Orchid Garden has an average footfall of around 500,000 people annually. 

What are the National Orchid Garden Opening Hours?

Monday to Sunday: 8:30 AM to 7 PM

Last Entry: 1 hour before closing; by 6 PM.

Closure: The National Orchid Garden is open every day of the week and have no fixed closure dates

What's The Best time to Visit National Orchid Garden?

Although the National Orchid Garden is open all year round, visiting the attraction between February and July is recommended. The weather is relatively pleasant, and the orchids are in full bloom, elevating the overall experience. That said, it is also the peak season in Singapore, so it is more crowded than the other months of the year. 

To avoid the peak season rush, consider visiting the National Orchid Garden during the low season, i.e., between August and October. Expect high temperatures, and note that this season marks the arrival of the Southwest Monsoon.

Where is National Orchid Garden Located?

Getting to the National Orchid Garden

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By Public Transportation

By Bus: Buses 106, 123, 174, 7, and 77 all stop at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs bus stop, which is the closest bus stop to National Orchid Garden. You'll need to take a 15-minute walk to reach the Orchid Garden.

By MRT: The closest MRT station you can get down at is the Botanic Gardens MRT station. You'll need to travel on the Downtown Line to alight at this station.

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By Car

The closest entrance to National Orchid Garden is at the Tyserall Gate, so driving via the Tyserall Ave and parking at the Learning Forest Carpark is the best option.

Parking Facilities:

  • The carpark charges SGD 0.02 per minute from 7 AM - 10:30 PM, and is closed from 12 AM - 5 AM.
  • Electric vehicles can be charged at Botany Centre B1, Cluny Park Road car park, and Jacob Ballas Children's Garden car park.



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Toilets: You will find toilets near the VIP Orchid Garden and The Sembcorp Cool House inside the National Orchid Garden. 
Diaper Changing Station: A diaper changing station is next to the toilets near the VIP Orchid Garden. 
Shelter:
There are plenty of shelters inside the National Orchid Gardens where you can sit back, relax, rejuvenate, and enjoy the garden's serenity. 
Visitor Services Counter: A visitor services counter is available right at the entrance of the National Orchid Garden, where you can get more information, maps, rental wheelchairs, and other services.
Gardens Shop @ National Orchid Garden: Visitors can buy souvenirs, gifts, prints from botanical paintings, fashion accessories, and many unique Singaporean treats. 

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  • The National Orchid Garden is accessible by wheelchair and welcomes visitors with disabilities. 
  • The entire area within the National Orchid Garden has multiple ramps and wide paths, making the experience comfortable for physically disabled visitors. 
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  • There is no strict dress code to enter the National Orchid Garden.
  • Smoking inside the National Orchid Garden is prohibited. 
  • Visitors are requested to refrain from feeding wildlife in the National Orchid Garden, including turtles, fishes, ducks, worms, etc. 
  • While some areas of the Botanic Gardens Singapore are pet-friendly, the National Orchid Garden does not allow any pets inside.
  • Visitors cannot set up tents or camp inside the National Orchid Garden. 
  • You cannot play racquet sports, frisbees, ball, or fly drones inside the National Orchid Garden. 
  • You must apply for a permit and get prior approval for commercial photography and filming. 
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  • Bee’s Knees: Inspired by bees' social and outgoing characteristics, Bee’s Knees is famous for its Western cuisine blended with Asian flavors. (900 m)
  • Botanico at The Garage: A contemporary European bistro inspired by the natural seasonal cycles of the year, known for its Western cuisine. (900 m)
  • Fusion Spoon: Fusion Spoon is a multi-cuisine restaurant near the Tanglin Entrance, serving mouthwatering delicacies from Japanese, Korean, and Western cuisine.  (800 m)
  • The Halia Restaurant: Located near the Ginger Garden, The Halia Restaurant offers a mix of European and Asian dishes and is a go-to choice for romantic dinners, family meetings, and get-togethers with friends and colleagues. (38 m)
  • Ice Cream Man and Friends: A perfect pitstop for toddlers and young children serving 14 ice cream flavors. Their signature iced coffee, ‘The Black Swan,’ range of teas and sodas are a must-try too. (1.3 km)
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  • Shangri-La Singapore: An excellent premium hotel nestled in Singapore’s tropical landscape, providing a comfortable stay amidst Singapore’s hustle and bustle. (4.4 km) 
  • Orchard Hotel Singapore: A modern, up-end hotel in Singapore’s shopping district, famous for its elegant and stylish rooms. (3.3 km) 
  • Novotel Singapore On Stevens: A contemporary modern hotel close to the bustling Orchard Road and tranquil National Orchid Garden. (4.5 km) 
  • York Hotel Singapore: A short walk from Orchard Road and Somerset, the hotel provides world-class amenities and is cheaper than other nearby options. (5 km)
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Frequently Asked Questions About Visiting National Orchid Garden

Where is National Orchid Garden?

The National Orchid Garden is inside the Singapore Botanic Gardens, in the heart of Singapore, on Cluny Road.

Can I visit National Orchid Garden?

Yes, you can visit the National Orchid Garden and explore other attractions inside the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

Why should I visit National Orchid Garden?

You should visit the National Orchid Garden to discover the dazzling array of orchids and serene ambiance and enjoy nature’s diversity.

Can I visit National Orchid Garden for free?

Although you can enter Singapore Botanic Gardens for free, you must pay an entrance fee to visit the National Orchid Garden.

How do I book tickets to visit National Orchid Garden?

You can book tickets to the National Orchid Garden online or at the ticket counter at the entrance.

How much does it cost to visit National Orchid Garden?

It costs SGD 15 to visit the National Orchid Garden. You can get up to 34% off if you book tickets online. Singaporeans and senior citizens get concession tickets; children under 12 can enter for free.

What is the best time to visit National Orchid Garden?

The best time of the year to visit the National Orchid Garden is between the dry months of February and July. The best time of the week is during the weekdays to avoid large crowds and the usual rush.

What are the National Orchid Garden opening hours?

The National Orchid Garden's daily timings are from 8:30 AM to 7 PM.

Can I visit National Orchid Garden in a group?

Yes, visiting the National Orchid Garden in a group can be an excellent experience for all group members looking to enjoy Singapore’s lush greenery and tropical landscape.

Can I visit National Orchid Garden with kids?

Yes, you can visit the National Orchid Garden with kids, as it can be a memorable and educational experience for them.

Is National Orchid Garden wheelchair friendly?

The National Orchid Garden is wheelchair-friendly, with wide pathways and ramps across the entire area.

Can I buy food and drinks at National Orchid Garden?

You can buy food and drinks from several dining options within the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

How long does it take to visit National Orchid Garden?

It takes around two hours to visit the National Orchid Garden and enjoy all the exhibits and the beautiful display of orchids.

Is it worth visiting National Orchid Garden?

Visiting the National Orchid Garden is worth it if you appreciate nature and enjoy the diverse orchids.