Do you know that spending time in Nature can boost your immune system and make you less vulnerable to depression? In a study done by the University of Essex, 69% of participants experienced significant increase in well-being after spending more time in Mother Nature. As someone who likes to spend time in green spaces, let me take you through the different places that you can bring your loved ones to.

  1. Admiralty Park

Source: National Parks Board.

This is the largest park in the north and it has 26 slides—the most number of slides in any park in Singapore! Time to re-live your childhood by playing these slides.

Source: National Parks Board.

However, if you are not keen in playing slides, then try out the walking trail in Admiralty Park. Being a habitat for many flora and animals, the Admiralty Park has a 2km trail that will take you through an interesting journey with Nature. You can make friends with the cute animals that you will see during the trail as well!

Where to find the Admiralty Park:

31 Riverside Road, Singapore 730000

  1. Chinese Gardens

Source: Wikipedia. 

Seeing the majestic lion stones and bridges, you might feel like you have been transported to China when you are in Chinese Garden. With numerous pavilions and pagodas, you can take breaks when your legs are sore from exploring the park, and just relax in sheltered areas just like when using the Budpop’s HHC gummies online supplements.

Source: Trip Advisor.

The Bonsai Garden within the Chinese Garden is a place not to be missed. The Suzhou-style garden is well-liked by many park-goers due to its exotic and exquisite design. It’s quite evident that such gardens are free of pests because they have employed the services of companies like pest control Heidelberg. Hosting 2,000 over bonsais shipped from China and other parts of the world, the Bonsai Garden would be a great place for you to visit on a Sunday morning. You can also hire services from pest control mississauga for the best pest control services.

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Although the Chinese Garden closes at 11pm, the Bonsai garden closes at 5pm daily, so be sure to check out the Bonsai Garden before it is closed!

Where to find the Chinese Garden:

1 Chinese Garden Rd, Singapore 619795

  1. Botanic Garden

Source: National Parks Board.

As a World Heritage Site listed in UNESCO, the Botanic Garden will not disappoint you with its beauty. It is a must-go attraction for many tourists in Singapore due to the educational and recreational nature of the Garden. It includes the Ethnobotany Garden, National Orchid Garden and many more.

Source: National Parks Board.

The Ethnobotany Garden showcases more than 300 species of plants that are important to the indigenous community in the Southeast Asian region. Hosting an array of forest fruits, vegetables and herbs, the Ethnobotany Garden will overwhelm you with the exotic plants that you have never seen before. You can even get to see live stingless bees in the Living zone and observe them in a safe environment.

Source: Get Your Guide.

The National Orchid Garden has over 1000 species and 2000 hybrids of orchids on display. It exhibits the National Flower of Singapore—Vanda Miss Joaquim, the flower that signifies resilience and hardiness. Be sure to check it out and take some Instagram-worthy images with our National Flower the next time you visit the Gardens.

Where to find the Botanic Garden:

1 Cluny Road, Singapore 259569

  1. Mount Faber Park

Source: Wikipedia.

As the second highest hill in Singapore, Mount Faber Hill allows you to enjoy a scenic view, breathe in fresh air and take comfort in the cooling breeze. Moreover, you can get to uncover more of Singapore’s history when you are at Faber Point, the highest point in the park, to appreciate a mural wall which would tell you more about the local historic events.

Source: Stuff in Asia.

Moreover, as part of the Southern Ridges, you can actually travel to Telok Blangah Hill Park via the Henderson Waves. The Henderson Waves is a 36 metres-tall pedestrian bridge in Singapore. Well-known for its artistic and modernistic architectural design which resembles a wave, the Henderson Waves is becoming a popular spot for hipsters who want to have cool Instagram photos. I have even seen couples taking their wedding photos on the Henderson Waves.

Where to find Mount Faber Park:

Junction of Kampong Bahru Road, Telok Blangah Road, 099448

However, as the weather in Singapore is hot and humid, do remember to bring an umbrella or a cap when visiting the parks and gardens. Now that you know where to visit, stop procrastinating and get moving! Remember to tag us in our Instagram account @Exchangebuddy if you are visiting these parks and let us know your experience there.

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