Shanghai Botanical Garden

Shanghai Botanical Garden

Shanghai Botanical Garden, located in Xuhui District, Shanghai, is a comprehensive urban botanical garden focusing on plant introduction and domestication, botany research, scientific communication, and horticultural display.  There are 15 specialized parks, including a bonsai garden, an herbal medicine garden, an exhibition greenhouse, and an orchid room. It collects and screens a large number of horticultural varieties for urban greening, with more than 3,500 species of living plants and 6,000 varieties.

shanghai chenshan botanical garden

Shanghai Chenshan Botanical Garden

This remarkable new 207-hectare botanical garden was opened in 2010. Set amidst the fast-developing suburbs of Shanghai, it provides both a green resource for the city and a new center for plant science.  It is a popular public attraction with three spectacular glasshouses, a calendar of festivals, and 26 themed areas. We also have a large and growing education program for children and teenagers. 

Yeomiji Botanical Garden

Yeomiji Botanical Garden

Indoor Garden: A three acre large glass greenhouse consists of a Mystery Garden, a Central Hall, where various exhibitions of flowers and plants take place, a Flower Garden, an Aquatic Garden, a Cactus Garden, a Jungle Garden, and a Tropical Fruits Garden. At the center is a 38-meter tall observation tower.

Outdoor Garden: On 24 acres of land, there are about 1,000 kinds of warm temperate and temperate zone plants in various gardens, including Japanese, Korean, Italian, and French Gardens and Lawn, as well as Herb and Bog Gardens.

Singapore Botanic Gardens

Singapore Botanic Gardens

The Singapore Botanic Gardens are spectacular. The Gardens is the first and only tropical botanic garden on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List. It is the first in Asia and the third botanic gardens inscribed in the world following Orto botanico di Padova and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Each Core of four (4) core components of the gardens presents an exciting array of attractions. 

Hakgala Botanic Garden

Hakgala Botanic Garden

Botanic Gardens at Hakgala were established in 1861 for the purpose of experimentation and promotion of Cinchona cultivation in Sri Lanka. The gardens lying in the hill country among Sri Lanka’s tea plantations in the Nuwara Eliya district are located along the Badulla Road, 9.5 km South-east of Nuwara Eliya, the popular holiday resort.

Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden

Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden

Thailand’s first botanic garden is now a popular tourist destination in the Mae Rim district, covering a mountainous area of 560 acres and displaying a diverse collection of plants from around the world. The garden, which was established in 1992 to honour HM Queen Sirikit, has several highlights, including a Rainforest Glasshouse where you can walk among abundant types of plants from all tropical forests in Asia.

national botanical garden godawari nepal

National Botanical Garden Godawari

The National Botanical Garden (NBG) was exquisitely designed by two British architects, Geoffrey Herklots and Tony Schilling. It is well-known as a center of plant conservation, education, research, display and recreation. It covers an area of 82 hectares with varying topography, 40 hectares of which have been transformed into various thematic gardens. It is surrounded by a natural evergreen forest with Schima-Castanospsis-Alnus as the dominant tree species. It is located at the base of Mt. Phulchowki (2765 m), the highest peak of the Kathmandu valley, and lies about 10 km southeast of Satdobato, Lalitpur District. A natural stream, Godawari, runs through the middle of the garden, adding to its beauty.

Perdana Botanic Garden Kuala Lumpur

Perdana Botanic Garden

The Perdana Botanical Garden has always been a part of the green lung of the city and has a history of over a decade. Originally created as part of a recreational park but planted with collections of tropical plants, the garden have been rehabilitated and turned into a Botanical Garden. The garden also houses features that give the visitors the ambiance of being in a tropical rainforest, despite being in the middle of a bustling metropolis.

Nikko Botanical Garden

Nikko Botanical Garden

This garden, popularly known as “Nikko Botanical Garden”, is a branch of the Botanical Garden attached to the Graduate School of Science, the University of Tokyo (commonly known as “Koishikawa Botanical Garden” ). The garden has a collection of species that grow in Japan’s alpine and temperate to subarctic regions, as well as foreign species closely related to them. Approximately 130 species of fern, 70 species of gymnosperms, and 2,000 species of angiosperms (approximately 1,750 dicotyledonous species and 250 monocotyledonous species) grow here, including those that grow naturally.

Koishikawa Botanical Garden

Koishikawa Botanical Garden

Koishikawa Botanical Garden is also one of Tokyo’s most pleasant and interesting places for cherry blossom viewing, because it does not get as crowded as other hanami spots and features cherry trees of various varieties. It is not to be confused with the similarly named Koishikawa Korakuen. This botanical garden is not only the oldest botanical garden in Japan, but also one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world.

kyoto Botanical Garden

Kyoto Botanical Garden

Founded in 1924, Kyoto Botanical Gardens is the oldest and most comprehensive public botanical garden in Japan. With seasonal plants and various conservatories, the Gardens is ever-changing and can be enjoyed all year round. More than 450 cherry blossom trees bloom beautifully in spring and leaves of deciduous trees such as maple color exquisitely in autumn. At other times of the year, lush greenery and a wide variety of trees and flowers can be enjoyed. Kyoto Botanical Gardens is a living museum of plants that offers opportunities for both education and relaxation.

Higashiyama Botanical Garden

Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Garden

The botanical garden has about 7,000 kinds of plants, and there is also a “greenhouse” designated as an important national cultural property, and a “gassho-zukuri house” relocated from Gifu Prefecture’s Shirakawa-go, which has become a World Heritage site. 
In addition to popular animals such as koalas and giraffes, you can meet about 450 species of animals from large elephants to small killifish. This is the largest number of species in Japan, and you can see the unique ecology of a wide variety of animals.

Tokyo Jindai Botanical Garden

Tokyo Jindai Botanical Garden

In the garden where vestiges of Musashino remain, you can enjoy the beauty of plants and flowers throughout the four seasons. Currently, about 4,800 kinds and 100,000 trees/stocks have been planted. The garden is divided into 30 blocks for each type of plant, including a rose garden, azalea garden, plum garden, and hagi garden, so that visitors can acquire knowledge about plants while admiring the scenery.

Hiroshima Botanical Garden

Hiroshima Botanical Garden

After passing through the front gate, visitors are greeted by seasonal flowers. You can enjoy tropical water lilies with beautiful flowers and a wide variety of species throughout the year. In addition, there is a carnivorous plant corner on the north side. The number of orchids, such as fragrant orchids and small orchids, is one of the largest in Japan! There are also orchids that can only be seen here, and much more.