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This one-stop gardening resource hub is where you will find a variety of gardening-related, recreational, educational, research and retail activities.
  1. The eastern section of Forest Walk (elevated walkway), Earth Trail (ground level) and northern loop of Telok Blangah Green are closed for repair works due to slope failure.

    Refer to the enclosed map for more information.


33 Hyderabad Road, Singapore 119578

Park information

Park size
10.7 hectares
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Opening hours
6am to 11pm
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Parking information

Carpark: 149 car lots, 11 motorcycle lots, 5 bus lots and 2 lots for handicapped visitors.

Parking fees apply.

Nearby stations
  • Commonwealth MRT station
  • HarbourFront MRT station
  • Labrador Park MRT station
  • Queenstown MRT station
Nearby park connectors
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Wheelchair accessible
Elderly friendly
  • Do not touch the bee hotels along the bee trail as this may disturb the bees.
  • If you wish to fly your drone at the HortLawn, Hort Centre, or the Silver Garden within HortPark, you will have to apply for drone usage at least 2 weeks before the intended flying date. Applications submitted less than 2 weeks in advance will not be considered.
  • Apply for on-location filming in HortPark. Please note that applications have to be submitted at least 2 weeks before the intended filming date. Applications submitted less than 2 weeks in advance will not be considered.
  • Find out more about the dos and don'ts you should follow when visiting the park.

What to see

Special features

Themed gardens
Themed gardens

Pick from more than 10 interesting gardens to visit, each offering a different perspective on the treasures that nature and gardening offer us.

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Plant and animals

Bee-friendly plants
Bee-friendly plants

Look for flowering plants such as the Indian Snakeweed, Red Leea and Rose Myrtle along the bee trail and butterfly garden trails.

Gelam tree
Gelam tree

Its flowers resemble bottle brushes, because of how they grow on a long spike. Large flakes may peel off from the tree bark, looking like sheets of paper.

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Spot different species of bees such as the Pearly-banded Bee foraging amongst the flowers, or nesting in the hotels along the bee trail.


The park's butterfly garden is home to a variety of butterfly species such as the Common Rose, Lime Butterfly and the Common Mormon.

Candle Bush
Candle Bush

Do the flowers remind you of candles? Its yellow flowers grow in a column and bloom from the bottom. Unopened buds are orange, giving the flower stalk a glow.

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What to do


Arts appreciation

Arts appreciation

Experience the arts amidst the lush greenery and tranquillity in the park, away from the hustle and bustle of the city.


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