Hort Park (Singapore)
HortPark (Chinese: 园艺园林) is a 23-hectare park located in the South-Western part of Singapore. It is the first one-stop gardening lifestyle hub in Asia that integrates a plethora of activities together under one roof in a park setting. One can find gardening-related, recreational, educational, research and retail activities here at this gardening hub that also doubles as a knowledge hub for gardening information, training & value-added services such as networking opportunities.
Nestled in the Southern Ridges, HortPark serves as a park connector that allows visitors to travel around Kent Ridge Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park and Mount Faber Park with ease and convenience. This is made possible through the elevated walkways and connecting bridges.
In December 2007, HortPark opened, but it was not until 10 May 2008 that it was officially launched by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. (from Wikipedia)
During Summer Months it will be very hard to tour the Sprawling Hort Park Compound. So it is better to go there early morning or late afternoon when it is not too hot. For more Information about the Park, how to get there, map, etc. Click on this Underlined Link, The Hort Park.