With more than 150 years of history, the 82-hectare garden is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is home to six smaller hidden gardens including the ginger, healing and fragrant gardens. The new Learning Forest, a 10 hectare secondary forest that’s over a century old. Here, visitors can explore wetland and lowland habitats through a network of boardwalks and elevated walkways, and marvel at over 200 species of wildlife.
The world’s largest public collection of Southeast Asian modern art
Futuristic nature park with waterfront gardens and light shows
Trek 10kms of suspended walkways, bridges and public spaces
Where art, science, technology and culture collide
Travel through time with private performances and site-specific art installations
A former palace that traces back Malay heritage and culture