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Chinese Garden

Chinese Garden

Be in harmony with nature at the Chinese Garden

Conjure up the spirit of ancient China with a visit to the serene Chinese Garden. Modelled on the northern Chinese imperial style of landscaping and architecture, the garden was designed by renowned Taiwanese architect Yuen-Chen Yu.

Rising from the cultivated gardens are majestic pagodas, built to integrate and to be in harmony with the natural environment. Soak up the tranquility as you stroll along the meandering footpaths and take in the beauty of the woven plants, rocks and gentle stream. The garden is connected to the nearby Japanese Garden by the “Pai Hung Ch'iao” or “White Rainbow Bridge”, built in the style of the 17-Arch Bridge at the Summer Palace in Beijing.

The Chinese Garden continues to provide a peaceful refuge to nearby residents who go there for walks amidst landscaped grounds. It is a perfect venue for celebrations during festive periods such as Chinese New Year and Mid-Autumn Festival. The bridges and pagodas also attract couples there for wedding photography shoots.

Essential Information

Opening hours
Daily 6am - 11pm 
Chinese Garden
Admission fee
Free admission
Free admission, Family friendly, Disabled access
Good for
Culture, Nature, Wildlife
Recommended for
Scenic View


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Chinese Garden Road off Yuan Ching Road
Singapore 619795
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