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- Address: 1 Chinese Garden Rd, Singapore 619795
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Park
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0.12% of people who visit Singapore include Chinese Garden, Singapore in their plan
75.68% of people start their Chinese Garden, Singapore visit around 5 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Chinese Garden, Singapore
95% of people prefer to travel by train while visiting Chinese Garden, Singapore
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Quiet place to refresh myself. Good air quality and nice park for exercise or jogging. Good view for photo taking, you can feel like temporary out from the city into a countryside. Prefer to visit in the early morning and take fresh air to make your day during the weekend.
Lovely garden, seems to be well loved by runners. There is a scene where you can take lovely sunset pictures, and of course there's the pagoda you can see from afar, along with various statues.
It's been a few decades since I visited Chinese Garden. Surprise surprise. There's Japanese Garden and many more updates since. Take a photo and tell your friends, wife and family that you're in China, they can't tell the difference. Walk in and the left side us Chinese Garden, on the right it's Japanese Garden. If you have the stamina, climb up the Pagoda and shoot the photos of your experience in Singapore Chinese Garden.
I recently had the chance to visit the Chinese Gardens and it was a very pleasant experience. After living in the city for 7 years, it can still surprise me. I had not seen this park in the past and it was like a breath of fresh air for me. Its very beautiful and has been cultivated to evoke a sense of olden days. Once inside you will feel like you are in medeival ages (more specifically China). The Chinese Gardens and its twin Japanese Gardens, are build like an island in between the Jurong river. You can reach it via a bridge straight from Chinese Gardens MRT station. Once inside it has beautiful gardens, lakes with turtles and fishes (and perhaps a crocodile), and beautiful sculptures and temples. Unfortunately, I visited the gardens in the evening past 7PM at which point most of the attractions are closed. I could not enter the Japanese Gardens, The Bonsai Gardens etc. So if anyone is planning a visit they should most definitely target the visit before 5PM as most of the sites close at 5. There is also a Turtles and Tortoise museum with rare species. Again, it closes at 5. So plan your visit.
Free access, beautiful gardens to have a jog, a stroll or simply visit with family. During the week it is so calm (weekends can get quite busy. There are a few historic facts you can learn there.