Chinese and Japanese Gardens

Loves: Convenient access next to the MRT station and hardly crowded.

Our Advice: Toilets are available here but snack stalls are limited, so bring your own snacks if needed.

Chinese Garden is commonly known as Jurong Garden and is connected to the adjacent Japanese Garden by a bridge called Bridge of Double Beauty. During festive occasions like Chinese New Year and Mid-Autumn Festival, the gardens will host performances and be lit up with ornaments which are representative of these occasions.


The Chinese Garden replicates the northern Chinese imperial style of architecture and landscape with a Bonsai Garden and a series of pavilions and pagodas.  You can climb up the seven storeys Cloud Piercing Pagoda and find statues of famous heroes in Chinese history around. A Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum ($5/entry) is being housed here, with a collection of more than 150 turtles and 3,000 turtle-related items.


The adjoining Japanese Garden showcases Japanese landscape styles of the Muromachi and Momoyama period and features arched bridges, stone paths, rock waterfalls and Japanese-styled pagodas.

Address: 1 Chinese Garden Rd, Singapore 619795
District: Jurong East, West
By MRT
- Alight at Chinese Garden MRT Station (EW 25) and take exit B
- Follow the route to Chinese Garden
- Turn left upon entering Chinese Garden to head towards the Japanese Garden


Estimated walking distance: 500m


Operating Hours:
Chinese Garden – 5:30am to 11:00pm
Japanese Garden – 5:30am to 7:00pm


Recommended Duration: 2 hours
Fees: Free

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