What are the distinctive plants that thrive in our tropical climate and also serve as important representations of our culture and heritage?

Observe the diversity of plant species at our Heritage Gardens and appreciate just how valuable many of them are, in contributing to our sense of devotion and community, literature and the economy. Thread the topics that lace the Sciences, Humanities and National Education into one connected story.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand how the various features of tropical trees and plants assist in adaptation to climate and the environment
  • Recognise the contribution of a niche attraction like Gardens by the Bay to tourism in Singapore
  • Appreciate Singapore’s development through the years, enhance our confidence in our future and nurture our sense of belonging
  • Appreciate the conditions for healthy ornamental plant growth
  • Recognise man’s responsibility to have care and concern for the environment

Suitable for:  Lower Secondary – Secondary 1 and 2

Duration:  2.5 hours

Venue(s): Heritage Gardens (outdoor)

Programme Fee:  $250 per group (includes an Activity Booklet for each student)

Group size:  25* (maximum)

*if the group size falls below 25 pax, the full programme charge of $250 will be levied



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