30 Sep '16, 3am

Hop on a tour of the thematically laid out Healing Garden on Sat 1 Oct!

Launched in October 2011, the Healing Garden showcases over 400 varieties of plants used medicinally. It is laid out thematically relating to component parts of the body such as head, respiratory and reproductive systems. Spread over 2.5 hectares, this garden is designed as a tranquil retreat with medical plants traditionally used in Southeast Asia as the main focus. Please note that the Healing Garden is closed every Tuesday, and opened 5am - 7.30pm daily. Admission is free. Registration is required 15 minutes before the tour at the Visitor Centre, Nassim Gate. Two sessions are available (9am & 10am). Mandarin tours are only available at 10am, where English tours are available for all slots.

Full article: https://www.nparks.gov.sg/activities/events-and-workshops...

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