Orchids of Angkor Wat​

In an inaugural collaboration with the Royal Embassy of Cambodia in Singapore, Orchids of Angkor Wat in Cloud Forest puts the spotlight on the beauty of Cambodian orchids and showcases why they captured the imagination of the country through time, as well as intrigued the outside world. Orchids were revered by the ancient Khmer Empire as symbols of nobility and hallmarks of religious beliefs, and even feature in carvings at Angkor Wat. The floral display features a stunning collection of orchid species native to Cambodia as well as their hybrids, set against the dramatic backdrop of Angkor Wat. Amidst the landscape are local wildlife such as the Asian elephant and the Kouprey, or forest ox.

Orchids of Angkor Wat​
Date & Time

Fri, 17 May - Sun, 8 Sep 2024

Daily: 9.00am – 9.00pm

(Last admission at 8.30pm)


Admission charge to Cloud Forest applies



Orchid Haven, Cloud Forest