Walk among giants and discover a whole new side of the Botanic Gardens as you stroll through a majestic 100 year old forest. Named the Learning Forest, it was initially inaccessible and has now been entirely transformed into two impressive sections – lowland forest and freshwater wetlands. The forest comprises of a series of boardwalks and elevated walkways where you can walk under the shadows of the forest’s large trees and marvel at their stature. In the wetlands, you are introduced to over 700 species of flora and fauna, 100 species of birds and 20 species of amphibians and reptiles!
Opening Hours: 5am to 12 midnight daily.
The Keppel Discovery Wetland and SPH Walk of Giants is closed from 7am to 7pm.
Admission is free!
In comparison to the rest of the gardens, the Learning Forest is less formal, less sculptured and overall a unique experience.
Be sure to explore the five distinct areas of the forest - The SPH Walk of Giants, Lowland Rainforest, Keppel Discovery Wetlands, Bambusetum and Wild Fruit Tree Arboretum.
The Learning Forest
753 Tyersall Ave, Singapore 257700