Create your own Hot, Fresh Pizza in minutes at TPC, Singapore's first smart ordering and self-payment Pizzeria kiosk!

The Pizza Collective (TPC) delivers freshly baked hot pizzas with a few touches on the smart ordering and self-payment kiosk. And not only that, you can catch all the actions of the pizza artist from the open-concept kitchen, while waiting for your pizza to be ready.

Though the selection of signature pizzas are limited (only six for now), TPC does not skimp on its ingredients and quality. The pizzas here are not pre-baked, but freshly made upon order and baked in the traditional stone hearth oven. 

With over 28 toppings and 5 drizzles to choose from, TPC allows personalisation to the last detail. Think unique drizzles such as the "coke drizzle", the "hot drizzle", as well as the "wasabi aioli drizzle" would make your pizza creation stand out from the rest. 

The TPC concept is to encourage customers to exercise their imagination and be creative when it comes to customising their own 10.5" pizza. 

For those who are new to the concept of self-ordering and self-payment service system, I have listed down a step-by-step guide for your easy reference.

Creating your own pizza is simple, it can be fun and exciting too. 

Step-by-Step Guide on Self-Ordering Pizzeria Kiosk
  1. Choose between a Build Your Own Pizza or Signature Pizza.
  2. Make Payment via cash (card payment will be installed in the near future).
  3. Collect the receipts from the pizzeria kiosk and pass one copy to the pizza artist.
  4. Select your toppings from the assembly line (for Build Your Own Pizza only). 
  5. Grab a seat while waiting for your pizza to be ready.
  6. Collect your pizza order and/or salad and drink.
  7. Sit back and enjoy your pizza.
  8. Return your tray to the clearing station after the meal.


  • SET A - $14 include a pizza and a cold beverage.
  • SET B - $16 include a pizza, a salad and a cold beverage.
  • SET C - $13 include a pizza and a hot beverage or bottled water.
  • SET D - $15 include a pizza, a salad and a hot beverage or bottled water.


  • Signature Pizzas or Build Your Own Pizza - $12
  • Salad (Garden Salad with Italian or French dressing) - $4.50 
  • Cold Beverages (Soft Drinks only) - $3.50
  • Hot Beverages (Coffee/Hot Chocolate) or Bottled Water - $2.50
  • Alcohol (Ciders/Crabbies) - $11.00


  • KIM-KY: Oriental, mozzarella cheese, kimchi, luncheon meat.
  • COLA-DOODLE-DOO: Red, mozzarella cheese, smoked chicken, capsicum, coke drizzle.
  • CHOR-LITA: White, mozzarella cheese, pork chorizo, spicy spice.
  • PIG-NA COLADA: White, mozzarella cheese, bacon, minced garlic, oregano, pineapple, arugula.
  • MONKEY BUSINESS: Banana, nutella drizzle, almond flakes.
  • APPLE OF MY EYE: Apple, sugar, butter, cinnamon.

  • Choose your sauce base - Red, white, oriental.
  • Choose your cheese - Shredded mozzarella, mozzarella ball, blue cheese, ricotta, grated parmesan.
  • Choose your meat - Smoked chicken breast, beef ball crumble, streaky bacon, honey ham, pepperoni, pork chorizo, roast pork, luncheon meat.
  • Choose your Veggies or toppings* - Bell pepper, pineapple, button mushroom, shiitake mushroom, black olive, zucchini, fresh basil, kimchi, cherry tomato, arugula, chilli paid  caper, onion, minced garlic, oregano, black pepper crush, sea salt flakes (subject to availability*)
  • Choose your drizzles - Spicy drizzle, coke drizzle, bbq drizzle, olive oil drizzle, wasabi aioli drizzle. 


Making the Monkey Business (Nutella Banana) Pizza

For a 10.5" pizza priced at $12 nett, it is extremely affordable. Simply go for the Set Meals (priced between $13 nett to $16 nett), you can enjoy the whole pizza with a hot or cold beverage, and complete your meal with a salad bowl.

There are no desserts on the menu, however there are two dessert pizza for those with a sweet tooth appetite, namely "Monkey Business" and "Apple of my Eye". 

Who says pizzas must always be savoury! 

Address: Bugis+, 201 Victoria Street, 

#01-12 Singapore 188067

Opening Hours

Daily 11.00am to 10.00pm

Website: www.thepizzacollective.com.sg 
Facebook: www.facebook.com/thepizzacollective 
Instagram: www.instagram.com/thepizzacollective

Featuring refined European specialities, Bridge Restaurant & Bar (BRIDGE) allows diners the opportunity to embrace a relaxed dining experience in a chic bistro setting and fulfil your usual pastime of brunching on the weekends.

Opened in late 2014, BRIDGE was created to share good food and fine-dining at wallet friendly prices. Shares the owner Lawrence Ngan, "We wanted a restaurant that would bridge the gap between fine-dining and bistro, serving beautiful food that would truly excite your senses, hence he named his restaurant BRIDGE."

BRIDGE offers a taste of modern European cuisine with a spread of lunch and dinner favourites that include the Heirloom Tomato Mozzarella ($16++), featuring eight types of seasonal tomatoes; Hokkaido Scallop Carpaccio ($16++); Whole Boston Lobster with Kombu Couscous ($48++); New Zealand Blue Cod ($29++); Truffle Chicken ($26++) and more.

Together with head chef Sky Chan and his team, BRIDGE had created and introduced a wide selection of brunch menu options, including Truffle Honey French Toast ($18++); Bridge Benedict ($20++); Beef Stew ($26++); Lobster & Prawns Capellini ($30++); Lobster Croissant ($36++); and of course, you can round off the meal with delectable homemade desserts like Creme Brulee ($9++) or the signature Deconstructed Cheesecake ($14++).

For a suitably savoury egg element to your brunch, try the Organic Egg Prosciutto ($17++). Eggs and prosciutto di parma are a perfect marriage, the sautéed wild mushrooms and truffle mash potato adds an extra punch to the flavour.

When you break the sous vide egg and mix together, you'll get a taste of decadence. 

BRIDGE gives the breakfast classic Eggs Benedict a refined touch by loading black forest ham and bacon between the poached eggs and toasted English muffin.

The champagne hollandaise sauce is made in house and the Bridge Benedict ($20++) is served with a side of mesclun and drizzled with truffle honey vinaigrette.

Boasting a sweet and earthly fragrance is the homemade Truffle Honey French Toast ($18++). The brioche is toasted till brown, jazzed up with drizzling with imported truffle honey and cinnamon sugar, served with a dollop of truffle honey ice cream and berries on the side.

French toast is one of my favourite breakfast choice, I like BRIDGE's rendition of french toast and wouldn't mind if the brioche being drenched with truffle honey.

The Beef Stew ($26++) takes on the heartier side of the brunch menu, served with truffle mash potato and baguette. The classic slow-cooked beef cheek dish is a win amongst all the brunch items I had at BRIDGE.

Hearty, tasty and full of flavours, this scrumptious and protein-packed beef stew is perfect for comforting your soul after a long week of work in the office.

There's already a BRIDGE Croissant ($20++) on the menu dressed with bratwurst, scrambled eggs, and black forest ham. Chef decided to give the croissant a new and luxurious take by introducing the Lobster Croissant ($36++), consisting chunks of lobster meat, scrambled eggs, bacon, baby spinach and mesclun with truffle honey vinaigrette on the side.

The lobster croissant added a new dimension to the highly hyped lobster roll, which we all thought was already passé. I was a little skeptical about putting everything such as the scrambled eggs, bacon and baby spinach onto the croissant.

Prefer my croissant to be done crisp and flaky with layers of buttery flavours, all the ingredients seems to have masked the buttery flavours of the croissant, as well as the natural taste of the lobster was a tad overly done with seasoning. 

Perhaps swapping the baby spinach and scrambled eggs for a bit more of the luscious lobster will raise the level of this dish higher and with the good price point, the lobster croissant will surely be a hit among the diners.

Sweets are simple, but extravagant with a cute looking plated dessert featuring the Deconstructed Cheesecake ($14++) made by layering homemade raspberry jam, passionfruit puree, parfait, and lemon cream cheese foam. 

I can't leave out the fact that it looked like a bunny from this angle, full marks to the chef on how artfully and fun it was presented.

Whether it is a family get-together, gathering of friends or just a relaxing brunch for two, BRIDGE at 31 Seah Street meets the desire of every diner with its tasteful decor and cosy setting, the restaurant & bar can seat up to 60 people indoors and 8 al fresco comfortably. 

BRIDGE Promotional Dining Deals

Dinner setBRIDGE also offers a sumptuous four-course dinner set ($55++ per person), comprising a soup, appetiser, main and dessert. Lobster and Wagyu ribeye mains are available for an additional $20. Dinner sets will come with complimentary Aqua Panna or San Pellegrino. 

Lunch set - Perfect for the nearby work crowd, BRIDGE offers delicious weekday lunch sets (three-course $29++ per person), where diners can choose from a selection of appetisers, mains and desserts. Each lunch set is served with complimentary ice lemon tea, with top-up options available for other beverages.

BRIDGE Cafe | Restaurant | Bar
Address: 31 Seah Street 
Singapore 188387
Phone : +65 6333 4453

Opening Hours (Closed on Monday)
Tue to Thur: 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Fri: 12:00 pm - 1:00 am
Sat: 11:00 am - 1:00 am
Sun: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Website: http://www.dineatbridge.com.sg

All-You-Can-Eat Roast Meats And Sides - New Carvery Restaurant at Park Hotel Alexandra serves premium meats sliced to order, limitlessly. 

From Asian and International to Dim sum and vegetarian, there are plenty of buffet restaurant options in Singapore. But how about an all-you-can-eat carvery restaurant? That is probably the first in Singapore, or else at least it's my first dining experience at a carvery restaurant.

The Carvery, located on the seventh floor of the newly opened Park Hotel Alexandra is a dedicated carvery serving succulent meats sliced to order with all the sides and trimmings you can eat. The carvery station features three to four cuts of meats daily and an expertly prepared range of condiments and sauces to complement your choice of meats.

I had my eyes opened wide when I saw a block of truffle butter next to the condiments. Definitely, this has nothing to do with Nicki Minaj's Truffle Butter song, or the explicit meaning of it; please don't try to google it.

Making The Cut

Okay, moving on to the meats and condiments collection. Diners can look forward to a daily changing menu of three to four meat options such as the Pork Knuckle with Crackling, Beef Prime Rib, New Zealand Roasted Leg of Lamb, and Rotisserie Chicken.

There's a lot more to The Carvery than roasts, you can enjoy a variety of condiments to perfectly accompany the assortment of roasts as well as over 50 wines labels by the glass or bottle.

Condiments And Sauces 

Robert Chan - Executive Chef at The Carvery had assembled a line up of condiments and sauces (as below) to marry the meat selections. 

  • Butters - Anchovy butter and Truffle butter (for dinners only).
  • Salts - Black lava, Pink Himalayan, Maldon sea salt and Chilli-infused salt.
  • Sauces - Veal jus, Red wine sauce, Béarnaise and light chicken jus. 

A suggested condiment pairing and wine pairing for the Beef Prime Rib would be - Maldon sea salt, red wine jus & anchovy butter and 2013 Montes Cabernet Sauvignon from Chile, respectively. 

There are no hard and fast rule about whether you should stick to the suggested pairing, or just go with your own preferences. 

Trimmings and Starters

Chef Robert have specially curated a selection of eight or twelve side dishes at lunch and dinner; he strongly believes that a classic pairing will completely enhance the enjoyment of his guest's choice of meat.

For instance, the British would choose the crisp and fluffy Yorkshire pudding (available at dinner only), creamy Mashed potatoes and corn on the cob to pair with their meats. 

Whereas, the French will surely enjoy the Lyonnaise potatoes sautéed in butter with onions an parsley or soft Vichy carrots lightly glazed in sugar and butter. 

For me, I went straight for the roasted garlic, polenta chips, french long beans and the Yorkshire pudding which I thought complemented each other perfectly. The host of sides are rotational depending on the seasonality of fresh produce. 

The major carnivore can also start with the greens or seafood on ice, as well as some hot dishes and a la minute pasta.

Without hesitation, I stuffed myself with a few helpings of homemade breads and artisan  flatbread pizzas, simply because I just love carbs and bread.

For desserts, it's a simple affair of cakes and an assortment of fresh cut fruits. I would suggest you go for the classic British Trifle or a comforting Spiced Apple Crumble to complete your meal.

The Carvery Prices

Lunch: $38++ (All Days)

Dinner: $52++ (Sunday to Thursday)

Dinner: $62++ (Friday to Saturday)


Address: Park Hotel Alexandra, 323 Alexandra Road
Level 7, Singapore 159972

Reservations: +65 6828 8880

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 12pm to 3pm and 6pm to 10pm

Website: www.parkhotelgroup.com/alexandra

Kuishin Bo makes a comeback to Suntec City - with the introduction of quarterly thematic food fairs and exclusive Kids Haven corner.

Calling to all Japanese food lovers, as well as the loyal fans of Kuishin Bo, the stalwart Japanese buffet brand, Kuishin Bo have returned to Suntec City - it's first ever nesting ground since 2001. The restaurant is located on third level of the new North Wing at Suntec City, not far away from the sky garden where it used to be.

To break away from the neutral hues normally found in Japanese restaurants, the newest Kuishin Bo restaurant takes on a casual, quirky and vibrant mood with striking features like the sake barrel-shaped booth seats and Japan's Showa Era (1926 to 1989) inspired izakayas and alleyways interiors. 

Overall, the restaurant is very cosy and welcoming with Japanese instalments such as the vintage beer posters and paper lanterns casting a warm glow against the light wood panels.

Kuishin Bo is more than just an all-you-can-eat Japanese restaurant.

Kuishin Bo is more than just an all-you-can-eat Japanese restaurant. In addition to the already extensive array of Japanese buffet items, diners will now find over 20 seasonal items to indulge in; that include Mentai Takana Chahan - a dish of fried rice with pickled mustard leaf, sesame seeds and cod fish roe, Chicken Nanban - a free-range chicken that is deep-fried then garnished with a special tartar sauce, traditional homemade Sata Andagi dessert - fluffy doughnuts with a lightly crisp exterior and several other exclusive items showcased from the prefectures of Kyushu and Okinawa.

The Kyushu and Okinawa Food Fair will be available daily during lunch and dinner seatings from 6 July to 27 September 2015. Special events like mochi tsuki (rice cake pounding ceremony) and doughnut making demonstrations will be held every Saturday and Sunday, where customers are invited to participate in the activities and sample the freshly made treats.

Kuishin Bo offers over 100 evergreen favourites and hourly specials.

The Kuishin Bo buffet line spans across seven sections - Salads & Appetizers; Sushi, Sashimi & Seafood; Teppanyaki; Paper Hot Pot; Fried Food; Soups and Desserts. Unlimited serving of Zuwaigani (snow crabs) are available during dinner. 

For those who are very familiar with Kuishin Bo, you probably would have heard of their trademark jingle, "Dong Dong Dong Kuishin Bo" where diners are on a listen out for the announcement in the restaurant, signalling the limited quantities of special food items. The jingle will be played out in the restaurant during dinner hours, so you better be quick with your both hands and feet.

Kuishin Bo uses quality seafood and meats.

The restaurant establishment (RE&S) source for fresh imports such as the Salmon Sashimi, which is imported from Norway is one of the most sought-after items in the buffet line-up. Other noteworthy highlights include items from the hot food counters - grilled Teppan Beef; Australian Angus Sirloin Beef and barbecued New Zealand lamb in garlic miso.

Also, not to be missed at the Soup counter - the nourishing Ginseng Scallop Porridge which is cooked with Korean ginseng and dried scallops.

Parents can enjoy their meals with their kids and have fun too.

A new section and exclusive to Kuishin Bo Suntec City is the Kids Haven corner where rows of vivid-hued masks depicting popular Japanese cartoons like Doraemon and Pikachu line a feature wall, and colourful lanterns hanging at the sakura overhead fixture.

Parents will be delighted as their children can easily tuck into the kids-friendly dishes such as Chicken Ragout Spaghetti, Chicken Karaage and Curry Cream Baked Rice, in addition to irresistible snacks like popcorn and DIY Ice Kachang.

Finally, at the dessert display counter. Dessert lovers can look forward to a sweet selection of fruits, ice cream, assorted tarts, cakes and biscuits which include the Peanut and Red Bean Mochi, and also the irresistible Chocolate Fondue. 

Kushin Bo Buffet Prices

All prices are subject to 10% service charge and prevailing government tax.

* Child (below 1.4m in height or 12 years and below): $18.90++
* Senior Citizens (55 years and above): less 10%

Promotion (Express Lunch Buffet)
Check in and out of the restaurant within one hour and enjoy the lunch buffet at $24.90++ per adult, applicable on weekdays only.

Kushin Bo @ Suntec City
Suntec City, North Wing #03-334
3 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038983
Tel: +65 6341-9200

Kushin Bo @ Jurong Point
Jurong Point Shopping Centre #B1-47/51
1 Jurong West Central 2, Singapore 648886
Tel: +65 6792-9286

Website: http://www.kuishinbo.com.sg/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KuishinBoSingapore

Enjoy your weekend and holiday filled with relaxation, fun outdoor activities and good food in a nature-seeking habitat.

As we celebrate our nation's upcoming 50th birthday, the Singapore Botanic Gardens has also been successfully recognised as Singapore's first tropical botanic garden and officially inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage listings on 4th July 2015.

Double Celebration For Singapore 
The happy news will make the moment all the sweeter for the people living in Singapore. A line-up of events and activities, including promotional dining treats have been planned for this double celebration over the Jubilee weekend at the Gardens.

Foodies alike will be intrigued to discover more about the F&B dining establishments set amidst the beautiful lush greenery of the Gardens. I will be sharing not just one, but four different multi-cuisine and dining experiences - Halia Restaurant and Villa Halia, Casa Verde, Corner House and Food Canopy

(More information about Singapore Botanic Garden & UNESCO at the links below.)


To commemorate the double celebration of Singapore’s 50th National Day as well as the successful UNESCO inscription, the special desserts and beverages menu by Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens comprises two Asian-inspired desserts, two refreshing cocktails and a mocktail starring the Gardens Shop’s orchid tea blends. 

Infused with natural orchid petals, the inspiration behind the Orchid Tea Collection blossomed from the National Orchid Garden, which lies at the heart of the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

Singapore Jubilee ($10++) - Mocktail made with orchid red tea, homemade lemonade and blueberries.

Yam Seng ($23++) - Cocktail made with orchid red tea, Sailor Jerry spiced rum, lemon juice and grenadine, while the 1965 ($25++) is made with orchid red tea, Hendrick's gin, lemon syrup and lime juice.

White Orchid and Lapis ($14++) - Homemade Indonesian layered cake (kueh lapis), orchid white tea ice cream, multi-grain crumble, caramelised and crunchy bananas.

Ginger and Gold Orchid ($12++) - Ice "Kachang: ginger and orchid gold tea granite with yuzu gel, lychee fruit and jelly. 

From 1 July – 31 August 2015, the Orchid Tea infused desserts and beverages menu is available only at the Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens.

The Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens
1 Cluny Road, Singapore Botanic Garden, Singapore 259569 (Burkill Gate)

Opening Hours: 
Mondays to Thursdays: 12.00pm – 9.30pm
Fridays & Eve of Public Holidays: 12.00pm – 10.00pm 
Saturdays: 10.00am – 10.00pm
Sundays & Public Holidays: 10.00am – 9.30pm 

Telephone: +65 6368 3353
Website: http://www.thehalia.com


On weekdays from 3 – 17 August 2015, Casa Verde will showcasing Singapore’s iconic favourites as part of the double celebrations. With the kitchen helmed by local chef Danny Tan, diners will be able to enjoy his specially curated heritage series of Singapore Laksa, Mee Siam, Mee Rebus, and Char Kway Teow. 

For only $9.80 nett, diners will be able to enjoy their preferred choice of local delight and a beverage (Coke, Sprite, iced lemon tea or cold soy bean milk) between 12pm and 2.45pm.

On 7 August, there will be a pizza-making workshop for kids aged 7–9 yrs old. On 9 August, visitors will enjoy 50% off pizzas from 11.30 am to 5.45 pm, valid for dine-in and takeaway.

Laksa ($9.80) - Rice noodles, spicy coconut gravy, prawns, hard-boiled egg, bean sprouts and dried bean curd.

Mee Rebus ($9.80) - Yellow noodle, bean sprouts, bean curd, hard-boiled egg, green chilli and spicy & light sweet potato gravy.

Mee Siam ($9.80) - Rice vermicelli tossed with chilli oil, hard-boiled egg, prawns, bean sprouts, dried bean curd, Chinese chives, sweet & tangy gravy.

Char Kway Teow ($9.80) - Yellow noodles and flat noodles, Chinese pork sausage, fish cake, bean sprouts, prawns, vegetables, sweet soy sauce and sambal chilli.

Casa Verde
1 Cluny Road, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569 
(Nassim Gate, Visitor’s Centre)

Opening Hours: 
Mondays to Sundays:
Breakfast 7.30am – 11.00am
All-day Dining 12.00 noon – 6.00pm 
Dinner 6.30pm – 11.00pm

Telephone: +65 6467 7326
Website: http://www.casaverde.com.sg


CORNER HOUSE presents a special 8-course menu for its restaurant’s first anniversary. Each dish is inspired by an important chapter in Singapore’s food history and its impact on the life of Chef Jason Tan, beginning with pre-independence Singapore and its teeming immigrant masses. 

Collectively, it is Jason’s personal gift to his beloved country on her 50th birthday, and a record of his own journey from boyhood to stewardship of the unique heritage restaurant located in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. 

The menu features dishes such as Oyster Omelette, Wagyu Beef-Parmentier, Lobster Bisque and Durian Bread and Butter Pudding. The menu is available from 22 July – 16 August 2015.

Remembering Oyster Omelette (Course 1) - Royale oyster, farm egg, coriander, Kristal de Chine Caviar.

Salted Egg Yolk Macaron - served as Petit Fours in the set course meal

My Corner Of The World (Course 8) - Durian Bread & Butter Pudding

Corner House 
1 Cluny Road, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569
(Nassim Gate, Visitor’s Centre)

Opening Hours: Closed on Mondays
Tuesdays to Saturdays:
Lunch 12pm – 3pm (Last order 2.30pm) 
Dinner 6.30pm – 11pm (Last order 10pm)

Brunch 11.30am – 3pm (Last order 2.30pm) 
Dinner 6.30pm – 11pm (Last order 10pm)

Tel: +65 6469 1000
Website: http://www.cornerhouse.com.sg


Food Canopy food court houses a total of seven stalls where visitors can enjoy affordable local favourites from morning to evening. There are halal and non-halal options at the food court with local favourites like chicken rice, fish soup, Wanton Mee, pasta, Nasi Padang, etc.

Visitors looking for some local zhichar can enjoy authentic Teochew dishes from Di Wei Teochew Restaurant. Di Wei is helmed by Head Chef Chew who has over 30 years of experience in traditional Teochew dishes like old crab, pan-fried pomfret, yam ring, and yam paste.

Teochew Cold Crab - Quality sourced crabs firstly steamed to cook, then served cold traditionally. This Teochew delicacy is highly sought after for its "Gor" (roe).

Chai Poh Kway Teow - Flat noodles, preserved radish, eggs and vegetables.

Teochew Sugar Yam Strip - Whole yam cut into stripes, deep fried and coated with sugar, and ready to serve.

Food Canopy
1 Cluny Road, Singapore Botanic Gardens Singapore 259569
(Nassim Gate, Raffles Building)

Opening Hours:
Mondays to Sundays: 7am – 9pm

Telephone: +65 6368 3353


Making a trip to the Gardens is not limited to just food and beverages. It literally connects people to the rich botanical and cultural heritage of the UNESCO World Heritage site - Singapore Botanic Gardens.

The National Parks Board (NParks) has lined up a series of activities to celebrate the double momentous occasions. Click on the link below (events calendar) to view the full list of activities and events available between the months of July and August, including other SG50 promotions that will be taking place at other gardens and parks in Singapore.

Had the privilege to become part of the Singapore Botanic Garden Food and Heritage Trail organised by National Parks Board last week, where I was given the preview tour of the gardens by Dr Nigel Paul Taylor - Director, Singapore Botanic Gardens and his team. 


Here are some of the pictures I took during the trail, as well as a few shots contributed by the National Parks Board.

(Photo Credit: By National Parks Board)

Singapore Botanic Gardens 

An exclusive tour of the National Orchid Garden which is located on the highest hill in the Singapore Botanic Gardens, with over 1000 species and hybrids of orchids. 

Admission to the Singapore Botanic Garden is FREE of charge to all visitors, except for the National Orchid Garden which require a nominal ticket fee for entry. 

NOG Opening Hours: 
8.30am - 7.00pm daily (last ticket sales and entry at 6.00pm)
Admission Fee:
$5.00 for adults
$1.00 for students
$1.00 for senior citizens (60 years and above)
Free for children below 12 years

Orchid caretaker "Uncle David" explaining the intimate relationship of the orchid with the bees. 

Singapore Botanic Gardens

(Photo Credit: By National Parks Board)


A visit to the Singapore Botanic Gardens is never complete without bringing back a little souvenir from The Garden Shop with exclusive gifts specially created for the double celebration. These include the Orchid Tea Gift sets, which are blended with the finest tea leaves and orchid petals, and infused with blueberry and cream, or the Singapore Mix Candy and Nonya Kaya. 

For special memorabilia, visitors can browse the range of Tembusu tree-inspired postcards, key chains and magnets to mugs and T-shirts.

The Orchid Tea Collection (tea leaves) is available for purchase in three different flavours – Orchid Gold Tea, Orchid Red Tea, and the Orchid White Tea – exclusively at the Gardens Shop located at Nassim Gate, Tanglin Gate and the National Orchid Garden.

National Parks Board Official Website

Singapore Botanic Gardens Official Website

Singapore Botanic Gardens Events Calendar

Educational Programmes for "Botanical Inspirations"

Singapore Botanic Gardens - UNESCO World Heritage Site

https://www.nparks.gov.sg/news/2015/7/the-singapore-botanic-gardens-becomes-singapore-first- unesco-world-heritage-site

Jubilee Weekend Celebrations at the Singapore Botanic Gardens https://www.nparks.gov.sg/activities/sg50/jubilee-weekend-celebrations-at-sbg

SG50 Events in the Parks Island-wide

Food & Beverage and Recreation Outlet Promotions Island-wide