How to get there

The nearest gate to the Botany Centre is the Tanglin Gate, next to Gleneagles Hospital.

 

From the Singapore Botanic Gardens website:
By Foot:
Entrance to the Gardens is easy through the Gardens’ major entrances: Tanglin Gate, Burkill Gate, Nassim Gate and Cluny Park Gate, and through the Bukit Timah Entrance.

Click here for the ground map of the gardens.

By Car:
Car Parking Facilities are available at the Singapore Botanic Gardens’ Visitor Centre, Bukit Timah Car Park at Bukit Timah Core, Botany Centre, Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden and Public Parking along Tyersall Avenue.
Car Park Charges

By Bus:
Get to the Gardens by Public Bus via Holland Road or Bukit Timah Road.

Via Holland Road (Tanglin Gate)
SBS Transit 7, 105, 123, 174
SMRT 75, 77, 106

Via Bukit Timah Road (Bukit Timah entrance)
SBS Transit 48, 66, 151, 153, 154, 156, 170
SMRT 67, 171

By Taxi:
There is a Taxi Drop-Off and Pick-Up point at the Nassim Gate Visitor Centre along Cluny Road.

By Coach:
a) Coach Drop-off Point is located at the Singapore Botanic Gardens’ Visitor Centre, the Ginger Garden Coach Drop-off Point and Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden.

b) Coach Parking is available at the Singapore Botanic Gardens’ Visitor Centre, Tyersall Avenue Public Coach Park and Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden.

By Mass Rapid Transit (MRT, Circle Line):
Alight at Eco Garden (North end of the Gardens) via the Botanic Gardens Station.

This new station along the Circle Line brings you closer to the junction of Bukit Timah and Cluny Park Road and provides you access to the NUS School of Law.

Bus services near this station are similar to the ones along Bukit Timah Road.

http://www.sbg.org.sg/visitorinfo/mapofground.asp

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