The Jagerballas Children’s Garden is located in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. It can cultivate children’s love for nature and life sciences. The wide green space with lush foliage and blossoming flowers in the garden is an ideal leisure place for jogging, dining or hanging out. There are many types of plants. Many exhibitions related to plants are often held. There is an orchard where you can understand the growth cycle of fruits and vegetables from sowing to harvest, and you can enjoy the wild fun of adventure.
For those with children, this play area at the far north end of the Botanic Gardens is full of lovely surprises including a splash pad, tree house, and various interactive nature exhibits. Plan to eat in advance or bring your own food as the cafe is mediocre and expensive.
The Jacob Barras Children’s Garden opened on Children’s Day on October 1, 2007. It is the first garden for children in Asia. It is a good place for children to learn about plants and it is also very interesting. There are many activities facilities, including tree houses, suspension bridges, playgrounds and water parks (don’t forget to bring your swimsuit!). The park is next to the botanical garden. Admission is free. Children like this park very much. Here, there are many things suitable for children to do, as well as everything waiting for 10-year-olds to do. The tree houses, high platforms and flying foxes here are really suitable for them.