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Established in 1859, the Singapore Botanic Gardens played an important historical role in the introduction and promotion of many plants of economic value to Southeast Asia, including the Para Rubber tree. Over the years, the Gardens has continued to introduce and rejuvenate its horticultural attractions, each designed to enchant and delight while continuing its mission of connecting plants and people.
Today, the 82-hectare Gardens is a key civic and community space, and a national tourist destination. It is also an important institution for tropical botanical and horticultural research, education and conservation.

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Offers extensive attractions and facilities for all ages.
Provides a range of programmes for young nature lovers, including monthly guided tours by volunteers.
Featured attractions include: Centre for Ethnobotany, National Orchid Garden, Jacob Ballas Children's Garden, Ginger Garden, Library of Botany and Horticulture, SBG Heritage Museum, Healing Garden, etc.

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