Did you know Singapore is home to a large variety of animal and plant species? Be it on dry land tropical rainforests, mangroves or coral ecosystems, our tiny island hosts rich biodiversity!
Join us in our efforts to conserve Singapore's natural heritage!
Did you know that Singapore has some 225 species of native wild orchids recorded locally, and 178 of them are now extinct? Out of the remaining 48, 43 are critically endangered or rare!
Our native orchids need your support!
The Singapore Botanic Gardens has been inscribed as Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Lend your support to us by pledging a donation to the Gardens through this Programme.
As a responsible business and individual looking to create a sustainable future and a viable environment, you are one of the key custodians of our natural heritage.
Together, we can make a positive impact on our City in Nature.
In 1963, then Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew planted a Mempat tree at Farrer Circus. Thus began the campaign to transform Singapore into a city filled with greenery.
The journey and experiences of people who had contributed to the greening initiative are documented in this beautifully illustrated 200-page commemorative book. Read more here.
Support our research and outreach efforts to help protect, conserve and enhance our natural heritage.