These repositories of rare plants and beautiful calm oasis are great destinations for garden lovers and chill-seekers alike.
Check out these top 5 botanical gardens and be amazed.
Jardim Botânico, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The wonderful Jardim Botânico is located at the foot of Corcovado Mountain, which supports the famous statue of Christ the Redeemer. It’s 140-hectares are home to over 6,500 species of plants.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden, New York City
This 52-acre garden in Prospect Park has over 900,000 visitors each year. With over 200 cherry trees and 42 species and cultured varieties, this is one of the best places to experience cherry blossoms outside of Japan.
Singapore Botanic Garden, Singapore
This is the only tropical garden that has been listed as a UNESCO world heritage site and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Singapore. It has over 20,000 orchids as well as a children’s garden, an evolution garden, a ginger garden, a rainforest, and loads of wild monkeys
Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney, Australia
Located next to Sydney’s imposing central business district, the Royal Botanical Gardens sits right in the middle of Sydney Harbour. It is the oldest scientific institution in Australia and is home to a flock of up to 20,000 fruit bats.