Hidden forest habitat in Botanic Gardens! ๐ŸŒณ

If Botanic Gardens means picnic for you, you’re in for a change.

Throw away your picnic mats and get onto your feet, because The Merlion Post is going to bring you on an adventure to this hidden forest habitat! ๐Ÿƒโ€โ™‚๏ธ

Learning Forest


The Learning Forest is a 10-hectare forest that was complete in 2017. It’s home to 120 000 plant species, which includes more than 30 species of tropical bamboo and different wild fruit trees. ๐ŸŽ‹

Keppel Discovery Wetlands


The Keppel Discovery Wetlands is a freshwater forest wetland that’s home to Orchid Island, Botanist Boardwalk, and Pulai Marsh.

There is so much to see at the Keppel Discovery Wetlands. For example, the Red-legged Crake and many different orchid species.

Take your time to stroll around the Keppel Discovery Wetlands and take aesthetic photos at the boardwalk!

SPH walks of giant


Standing 8 meters off the ground, visitors could get close up with trees surrounding the boardwalk.

There are canopy webs installed on the boardwalk for visitors to rest on. Lie of Sit on the canopy webs to take a glance into the crowns of trees. ๐ŸŒณ

It’s a great place to relax and children would definitely have fun with the canopy webs.


Not only so, but there are still many more parts to the Learning Forest, like Bambusetum which features more than 30 species of tropical bamboos, and Wild Fruit Trees Arboretum which is home to many wild fruit trees species.

Take a day off to wander around the beautiful Learning forest and learn more about nature!

๐Ÿ“753 Tyersall Ave, Singapore Botanic Gardens , S257700

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