Surprises
everywhere!

Discover something new around every corner at the World of Plants. Venture into this realm of voluptuous greenery and learn all about the spectacular myriad of tropical plants and the eco-systems they support.

Notice

Please note that the opening hours of The Meadow, Serene Garden, and World of Plants have been temporarily revised with the launch of the art exhibition, Dale Chihuly: Glass in Bloom. Entry to these locations requires an admission ticket from 1 May 2021.

Weekdays: 9.00am - 9.00pm
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays: 9.00am - 10.00pm

Opening Hours

Daily: 5.00am – 2.00am

Admission Rates

Free admission

Explore

the Garden

Here’s a fascinating world waiting to be explored. Find out how plants disperse their seeds, how mushrooms benefit rainforest communities, and how plants adapt to adverse environments. Keep an eye out for some of the most primitive plants alive, too!

Number of Themed Gardens

6

The Cycads are located at

Discovery

Located at World of Palms

Double Coconut Palm

Number of Plants

Over 24.500
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Secret Life of Trees

It’s not easy being a tree. Get literally inside a tree structure and learn how these green giants rise above challenges, to thrive in tropical countries like Singapore.

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World of Palms

Meet a colourful array of tropical lowland palms—each with a unique form, shape, and stature. Find out about the many uses of these incredibly versatile plants—for shelter, fruit, starch, and of course, oil.

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Understorey

They thrive in dark, damp conditions and often go unnoticed, but decomposers actually play a vital role in ecology. At Understorey, uncover all about these amazing organisms—how they break down dead leaves, twigs and flowers to produce nutrients for the ecosystem.

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Fruits and Flowers

Brighten your day with an abundance of colour and life! Infuse your spirit with the sweet scents of blossoms in season and whet your appetite with tantalising fruits growing in this cheery garden.

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Web of Life

Don’t be surprised if you meet the “orangutan”, “pangolin”, and “hornbill”. The Web of Life features life-sized animal topiaries, impressively woven from fig. And with a diversity of fig species such as the Banyan Tree and Broad Leaf Fig, this lively garden is simply fig-tastic!

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Discovery

Plants have their own stories to tell; some spanning over 500 million years of history. As you explore Discovery, look out for some of the oldest evolved plants in the world, including endemic species Afrocarpus gracilior (African fern tree), Encephalartos laurentianus (Kwango giant cycad), and Lepidozamia hopei (Hope's cycad)..