The park serves as a one-stop gardening resource centre, and also features a collection of well manicured and fantastically designed gardens. HortPark is popular with joggers in the early mornings and evenings. Known as a one-stop gardening resource centre, it frequently brings together recreational, educational and retail activities under one green canopy. There are eight themed gardens, including Singapore’s first therapeutic garden in a public park where visitors can learn about the culinary and medicinal uses of various plants - and the Pitter Patter Potter Garden, which is specially designed for children aged 5 to 10. Visitors can enjoy an idyllic meal with verdant views at Vineyard restaurant.Hort Park is located in Singapore. Plan to see Hort Park and other attractions that appeal to you using our Singapore trip itinerary tool.
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I always wondered what the alexendra bridge is famous for and why would they construct such beautiful bridge when there is nothing other place to walk to from the bridge, however my google maps... more »
My friends & I went for a hike from Hort park to Henderson wave to Mt Faber. It affords us a fantastic view of a small manicured park, up a bridge that let us see tree top views towards Henderson... more »
Apply mosquito repellent and sunglasses. I came during the mid-morning and it gets progressively hot. Perhaps the next time I will come during the mid-afternoon instead. For those who are a bit adventurous, you should consider the top of Kent Ridge Park as your starting point. There is free parking. Taxi can reach there easily. From there, it is just casual 15 minutes stroll downhill.
First I have to applaud to the contractor taking great effort mending the park. My children live the environment. I have to give separate rating for the. A 4 star for them. But 2 star who ever is in charge on the part. Knowing Singapore want to be a smart nation. But spending technology wisely to enhance productivity should be the focus rather being window dressing. All these it’s our tax payer money. I wonder who is the “smart ass” suggest to use such a luxury product to mow such a small plot of lawn? Firstly From various website show the autonomous mower should be range from $4,000 to $8,000. Does it justify to spend so much to lawn such a small plot? Is it efficient enough compare over a manual landscape technician using a hand held trimmer ? If you want to impress please use a smarter way don’t make a fool on us for Singapore.
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