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Daily: 6.00 am - 10.00 pm.
Hyderabad Road, off Alexandra Road opposite Depot Road. Bus services 51 (from Queenstown MRT Station), 61, 93, 97, 100 (from Commonwealth MRT Station), 166, 963.

By Car - carparks are available at HortPark. Charges: 0600h-0659h Free; 0700h-2200h $0.02/min; 1100h-1700h 1st hr free, subsequently $0.02/min; 1900h-2200h $2.00 max.

National Parks Board

33 Hyderabad Road
Singapore 119578.
Tel: 6471 5601 Fax: 6479 2019
Website: www.nparks.gov.sg
HortPark, the gardening hub, is a one-stop gardening hub that brings together gardening-related recreational, educational research and retail activities under one big canopy in a park setting. It is a knowledge hub for plants and gardening and provides the platform for the industry to share best practices and showcase garden designs, products and services. This 23-hectare regional park in south-western Singapore is also a park connector, connecting Telok Blangah Hill Park to Kent Ridge Park.

As a gardening hub, HortPark aspires to nurture a gardening culture by focusing on 3 key areas of:

1. learning and education;

2. industry partnership and collaboration;

3. events and activities.

HortPark opens to the public with Singapore's one-stop gardening carnival, the GardenTech 2007.

HortPark, official opening in April 2008, is Southeast Asia's first one-stop gardening and lifestyle hub. It is developed at a cost of $13 million.

(Source: NPARKS)

There is a HortPark Garden Tour, please visit Nparks website, under HortPark page view Workshops and Activities.

HortPark has interactive and fun-filled programmes for learning and education. There is also a calendar of events and activities to generate and sustain long-term interest.

A free guided tour to Butterfly Garden - HortPark's latest attraction - will be organised from 9am to 11am every last Saturday of each month.


Dec 2009.

The above is an anaglyph image (3-D photo). You will need to use a cyan and red 3-D glasses to view.