Singapore Botanic Garden

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Singapore Botanic Garden is located at Orchard Road in Singapore and have been exist for 164 years. There are 3 gardens but happen to be the only garden that honoured by UNESCO. Singapore Botanic Garden also Awarded as Asia's top park attraction in 2013 by the TripAdvisor.[1]

Singapore Botanical Garden was found in 1859 by the Agri-horticultural Society and played a big role in the region's rubber trade boom in the early 20th century as Henry Nicholas Ridley, a scientific director headed some research into the plant's cultivation.

Early in the nation's independence, Singapore Botanic Gardens' expertise has contribute to transform the island into a tropical Garden City. As for it, the hybrid climbing orchid, Vanda Miss Joacuim, was choosen as the country's national flower.[2]

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  1. "Singapore Botanic Gardens | Infopedia". Retrieved 2023-08-16.
  2. "Singapore Botanic Gardens | Homepage". Retrieved 2023-08-16.