The Chinese Garden is a 13.5hectares garden in Jurong Lake. The garden features numerous Chinese-style pavilions, a seven-storey pagoda, Chinese bonsai etc.
Note: Chinese Garden and Japanese Garden are closed from 31 May 2019 for redevelopment works till end 2021.
Originally launched on 18 April 1975, the Chinese themed garden is modelled along with the magnificent northern Chinese imperial style of architecture and landscape.
Climb to the top of the Seven-storey Pagoda for a magnificent view of the Jurong Lake District, or admire the large bonsai collection housed within a traditional Suzhou-style courtyard.
The world’s largest collection of turtle and tortoise can also be found in the turtle and tortoise museum. (Note: The Live Turtle And Tortoise Museum Singapore has shifted to ORTO)
How to Get to Chinese Garden Singapore
Address: 1 Chinese Garden Road Singapore 619795
Bus: 49, 154, 180, 335
Nearest MRT: Chinese Garden MRT
Opening Hours: 5:30am to 11pm
Specific Dos and Don’ts: Please do not feed the birds, fish or other wildlife in the gardens.
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