Chinese Garden is a beautiful garden located in the western part of Singapore. It’s quite close to where we live, only two stops by MRT, and is right in front of Chinese Garden MRT station. I have written a post about The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum, which is located inside Chinese Garden, but I haven’t written anything about the garden itself. So, here it is… My post about Chinese Garden. The pictures that are featured here were taken at different dates from 2013-2014.
The garden is huge, and there are so many things to see here. Have a look at the map.
Close to the Garden of Abundance, there is a beautiful bridge that leads to Japanese Garden, a smaller garden with minimalist style.
It’s nice to sit on the grass close to the bridge. Actually, it’s nice to sit on the grass anywhere in Chinese Garden. The grass is always perfectly manicured and there are trees everywhere so you can always find a nice spot to sit in the shade. We usually bring food and drinks and have a picnic somewhere in the garden.
There is a bonsai garden with more than 2000 bonsai trees.
Nearby, there is the White Rainbow Bridge that leads to the west entrance. Carla loves to run, jump and dance on the bridge. The bridge can make nice sounds when you run or jump on it.
We absolutely love this beautiful garden. If you are in Singapore and haven’t been to Chinese Garden, then you really should come here. If you are planning to come to Singapore on a holiday, you might want to put Chinese Garden on your itinerary.
Chinese Garden is open everyday from 6 am to 11 pm.
Bonsai Garden and Garden of Abundance are open everyday from 9 am to 6 pm.
Admission is free unless there is an event in the garden, such as mid-autumn festival.