Top 10 Botanical Gardens in the World

Singapore Botanical Gardens

Tropical Singapore Botanical Gardens, more than 160 years old, features a piece of the city's principal rainforest, an orchid garden, a ginger garden, an ethnobotany display, and several wise old trees.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Visitors seeking a break from New York City can spend a few hours in this lush retreat. The 52-acre Brooklyn Botanic Garden has hundreds of plant species.

Lloyd’s Botanical Garden

Lloyd's botanical garden in Darjeeling, India, has 40 acres of undulating hills. Lloyd's floral paradise has sweeping vistas of verdant slopes and golden summits.

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden

One of the world's most biodiverse gardens and a conservation science leader, Kirstenbosch kisses Table Mountain's east flank and is a starting point for extreme climbers.

Jardin Majorelle

Its characteristic blue, yellow, and turquoise colors are enhanced by its location on a quiet street in the north. In the 1920s, French painter Jacques Majorelle bought this garden and spent his life developing it.

Arctic-Alpine Botanical Garden

One of the world's most extraordinary gardens, the Arctic-Alpine Botanical Garden's eponymous show depicts nature triumphing under harsh circumstances.

Montreal Botanical Garden

The massive Maisonneuve Park houses Montreal Botanical Garden, part of the Space For Life museum sector. Plant enthusiasts and specialists gather at the garden's 10 greenhouses and 30 themed gardens.

Jardim Botânico

This UNESCO site located beneath the enormous Jesus (Cristo Redentor) at the foot of Corcovado mountain. The Jardim Botânico delivers a rainforest experience in the city with monkeys, palm trees, and 140 unique bird species.

Adelaide Botanic Garden

The Adelaide Botanic Garden is certainly an oasis in the city, spanning over 123 beautifully planted acres. The Palm House, an elegantly restored Victorian glasshouse brought from Bremen, Germany in 1875, is the centerpiece.

Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens has the world's biggest and most diversified plant collections. Since 1759, the London Garden, formerly the playground of royalty, has offered 130 hectares of lush environment as a calm respite from the capital city's quick pace.