Shangri-La Singapore (SG Clean), Shangri-La Apartments
Gleneagles Hospital and Medical Centre, Singapore Botanic Gardens
The most popular hotels booked by tourists are Shangri-La Singapore (SG Clean), Shangri-La Apartments, Treetops Executive Residences, Orchard Hotel Singapore, The St. Regis Singapore (SG Clean), Regent SINGAPORE, Pan Pacific Orchard, voco ORCHARD SINGAPORE, Alocassia Serviced Apartments, Metropolitan YMCA Singapore
Currently, there are around 3 hotels that you can book in Botanic Gardens MRT Station
The Singapore Botanic Gardens, located in the heart of Singapore, depicts the evolution of a British tropical colonial botanic garden from a 'Pleasure Garden' in the English Landscape Style to a colonial Economic Garden with horticultural and botanical research facilities, to a modern and world-class botanic garden, scientific institution, and place of conservation, recreation, and education. The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a well-defined cultural environment with a diverse range of historic landscape features, plantings, and buildings that show the Botanic Gardens' growth from its founding in 1859. The Singapore Botanic Gardens is an outstanding example of a British tropical botanic garden that has also played a key role in advances in scientific knowledge, particularly in the fields of tropical botany and horticulture, including the development of plantation rubber, thanks to its well-preserved landscape design and continuity of purpose.
The National Orchid Garden is the Botanic Gardens' primary attraction. The steep three-hectare region, located on the Garden's mid-western edge, houses a collection of more than 1,000 orchid species and 2,000 hybrids. There are several attractions within the Orchid Garden. First is Burkill Hall, built in 1886 as a colonial plantation bungalow. It was once the director's residence and was named after Isaac and Humphrey Burkill, the only father and son duo to hold the position of Director of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. The ground floor acts as an exhibition space, displaying information about the several hybrids named after VIP visitors to the garden. The VIP Orchid Garden, located at the back of Burkill Hall, features hybrids of the most popular VIP orchids. Dendrobium Memoria Princess Diana, Dendrobium Margaret Thatcher, Renantanda Akihito, Dendrobium Masako Kotaishi Hidenka, Dendrobium Elizabeth, and Vanda are just a few of the notable ones. Singapore's orchid diplomacy program has honoured over 100 celebrities, dignitaries, and visiting heads of state.
Finally, there’s the Children’s Garden. Jacob Ballas, a Jewish-Singaporean philanthropist who died in 2004, was the principal benefactor of the Children's Garden. It is located at the quieter northern end of the Botanic Gardens and cost S$7 million to build (of which $99 million was provided by the Jacob Ballas Trust and sponsors). There is a visitor center with a café on site. It first launched on October 1, 2007, Children's Day. It is Asia's first children's garden, according to the National Parks Board. The Water Play Area, a tiny playground, tree-houses with slides, and a maze are among the several play places. There are also interactive exhibits that demonstrate how photosynthesis works, as well as a mini-garden that demonstrates how plants may be utilized to generate dyes, beverages, and herbs.
Aside from what we’ve discussed, there are many more attractions surrounding Botanic Gardens. The area is also surrounded by luxurious hotels that can make your
Location: 581 Orchard Road, Orchard, Singapore, 238883
The Hilton Singapore offers five different dining options, over 1,000 rooms, and 2,400 square metres of event space. There are three different types of rooms, each with a twin version that contains two beds instead of one. The 32-square-metre King Hilton Deluxe suite, for example, includes city views, floor-to-ceiling windows, WiFi, a bathtub, and a work desk and chair. This modern guest room features a king bed, thoughtful amenities, and city views. Work in the Herman Miller ergonomic chair, use the WiFi to connect to the internet or watch a movie on the LCD TV. A Nespresso coffee machine, bathrobes, and slippers are among the facilities provided by the King Hilton Deluxe Plus. The Hilton’s King Hilton Premium Room is the hotel's top-tier room, with 32 square metres, a high floor, a city view, a rain shower, a Nespresso machine, a 49-inch IPTV, and a work desk. On Levels 17-19, unwind in this contemporary room with floor-to-ceiling windows, one king bed, and easy access.
Location: 190 Orchard Boulevard, Orchard, Singapore, 248646
One of the luxury hotels near Botanic Gardens MRT Station is the
One king or two queen beds, as well as a rollaway or cot, are available in the Premier Room. It can fit three adults or two adults and a toddler in it. With high ceilings and wide windows that stare out onto the futuristic skyline, the extra-large corner rooms, like this one, are great for small families. The Boulevard Room is similar to the Orchard Room in size and characteristics, but it has a large bay window with wonderful views of Orchard Road. When you need to sleep, it also includes motorised drapes that block out the sun. The Deluxe Room includes a sitting area by the window where you can relax and enjoy the views of central Singapore, which are framed by lush greenery.
The suites at this hotel near Botanic Gardens MRT Station will not disappoint you. To begin, the Presidential Suite is positioned above Orchard Road on the 19th level. It's a stylish suite with plenty of room for small dinner parties, business meetings, or social gatherings. The suite is furnished with Asian antiquities and has a breathtaking view of Singapore. The Presidential Suite may accommodate up to four adults or two adults and two children. In contrast, the Royal One-Bedroom Suite has a classic style with deep red, gold, and natural wood tones. A second bedroom is included in this property, which was built as an executive retreat to provide more space for families. The Ambassador One-Bedroom Suite is even better for families because it comes with a dining table for family dinners or hosting coworkers and friends. This is truly a rare luxury found in not many
Location: 10 Scotts Road, Orchard, Singapore, 228211
While staying at this hotel near Botanic Gardens MRT Station in the heart of Orchard Road, learn about what to do in Singapore. The National Gallery Singapore, the Singapore Botanic Gardens, and Emerald Hill are just a few of the popular Singapore attractions. The 10 SCOTTS is less than a kilometre away and exudes an aura of elegance and relaxation with its modern yet traditional décor and spectacular views of the 5-metre-high waterfall. Ippudo, which is a bit further away, serves a variety of ramen dishes along with a variety of side dishes such as gyoza and char siu hot plates and is regarded as one of Singapore's best ramen restaurants. You can also take a history tour of Chinatown.
Today's Chinatown is home to ancient structures, lively commercial buildings, and speciality food kiosks. It was once a division of Singapore during the colonial era for Chinese immigrants in the 19th century. Theatres on the Bay's famous building, nicknamed the "Big Dorian" due to its unique architecture, hosts performing arts and musical performances. Takashimaya Shopping Centre, which is only a 10-minute walk from this hotel near Botanic Gardens MRT Station, also offers first-class shopping. Over 180 specialty businesses, boutiques, and restaurants offer a diverse selection of fashionable designer labels, renowned supermarket brands, and lifestyle items. Another option is Orchard Road, which is only a 2-minute walk from the Grand Hyatt Singapore. It is one of Singapore's most fashionable shopping malls, with over 330 fashion and gourmet brands from all over the world.
Location: 29 Tanglin Road, Orchard, Singapore, 247911
At The St. Regis Singapore, you'll be immersed in classic luxury. After a long day in downtown Singapore, relax in your suite's regal couches and sofas, which are illuminated by sparkling chandeliers. Rest on tailored sheets and bedding in a marble bathroom with hand-cut French tiles and a large freestanding bathtub. Your accommodation or suite overlooks the Singapore Botanic Gardens and is located in the diplomatic neighbourhood. This hotel near Botanic Gardens MRT Station offers superb accommodations, whether you select a standard room or our luxurious Presidential Suite. Our magnificent suites are a luxurious home away from home, complete with a free-standing bathtub and butler service available 24 hours a day. For discerning travellers, these suites provide a large haven. Each one-of-a-kind suite includes a king-sized bed, a large living room, and two bathrooms.
The St. Regis Singapore's five distinct dining selections reflect the city's multicultural melting pot. Brasserie Les Saveurs serves outstanding French food, while Yan Ting serves Cantonese-inspired dishes and Shinji serves Michelin-starred Japanese cuisine. The Drawing Room is a great place to meet up with coworkers over afternoon teas, and Astor Bar is a great place to consume in the evening with New York inspired cocktails. Escape to Remède Spa in Singapore for a rejuvenating experience that includes an aqua reflexology walkway, eucalyptus-scented steam chambers, and an outdoor spa garden. Discover our hotel's Pedi:Mani:Cure Studio, where you may be pampered from head to toe by globally renowned pedicurist Bastien Gonzalez. Visit the hotel’s adjoining state-of-the-art fitness center, which overlooks an outdoor tropical swimming pool and offers a wide choice of cardio and training equipment to help you unwind even more during your stay in this hotel near Botanic Gardens MRT Station.
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