National Orchid Garden’s three-hectare land is located within Singapore Botanic Gardens, the country’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site. Opened by Mr. Lee Kuan Yew, the garden showcases more than 1,000 species of orchids. It also displays 2,000 hybrids or cross-combination of two or more orchid species. This ticket entitles you to see over 60,000 orchids in display in the National Orchid Garden’s four colour-categorized zones. The Spring Zone is where gold, yellow and cream-shaded plants are found. The Summer Zone holds red and pink plants, while the Autumn Zone has the earth-coloured plants. Finally, the Winter Zone houses plants within the white and violet shade spectrum.