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Therapeutic garden at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

Open 24 hours

About the therapeutic garden

Open to the public to visit, the therapeutic garden at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park was launched on 19 September 2017. Woh Hup (Private) Limited, one of Singapore’s largest private construction groups, donated S$500,000 through the Garden City Fund for the development of this Therapeutic Garden and its programmes.

Zones in the garden

The garden is specially designed to engage the senses with a landscape of plants divided into 4 zones: Fragrance zone, Biodiversity zone, Edibles and Medicinal zone as well as Colours and Textures zone.

Refer to the following to find out more about each of these zones.

This zone features a wide collection of plants that attract biodiversity such as butterflies, dragonflies and birds into the heart of the therapeutic garden which provides a visual treat for visitors.

You will be surrounded by diverse colours and textures of flowers and foliage in this zone, which will engage your senses of sight and touch.

Some plants you should look out for include:

You will be familiar with sights, smells and even tastes in this zone! It features herbs, spices, fruits and vegetables that are widely available in local markets and home kitchens.

Some plants you should look out for include:

Located at the entrance to the therapeutic garden, this zone features a selection of fragrant flowering plants to invite you into the garden by engaging your sense of smell.

Some plants you should look out for include: