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Friday, July 15, 2011

How to get there: Singapore's National Orchid Garden

National Orchid Garden

A Fairyland of Blooms just beside Singapore Botanic Gardens. It's considered The largest display of orchids in the world.

How to get there by bus, take SBS Transit No. 7,105,123,174 and SMRT No. 75,77,106 along Holland Road, and SBS Transit No. 48,66,151,153,154,156,170,186 and SMRT No. 67,171 along Bukit Timah Road.

Admission Fee:
$5.00 for adults
$1.00 for students 
$1.00 for senior citizens (60 years and above)
Free for children below 12 years
Opening Hours: 8.30am - 7.00pm daily (last ticket sales at 6.00pm)

Refreshments are available at Burkill Hall and The Garden Refreshment Kiosk, located near the entrance of the National Orchid Garden. 

The first thing that had my attention is the sound of water. Two famous fountains they have in the area: Crane Fountain and Tiger Orchid Fountain. They looked fabulous and I thought to myself and smiled that wanted that kind of fountain in my home.

Inside Tan Hoon Siang Mist House you'll find rare orchids. It invites you to it's beautiful landscape that perpetually embraces you with each orchid's beauty and radiance. It's quite amazing to see such wonderful species, a lot of people would try their best to look glamorously beautiful but these orchids done it with no effort at all. 

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