Parking at Chinese & Botanic gardens


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melvinmah

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Are there free parking for these two places?

it's been a long time since i last went to botanic gardens, i wonder if they do charge for parking now. For Chinese garden, it doesn't seem to have a carpark at all (street directory).

can anyone pls provide some info? thanks in advance!
 

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melvinmah said:
Are there free parking for these two places?

it's been a long time since i last went to botanic gardens, i wonder if they do charge for parking now. For Chinese garden, it doesn't seem to have a carpark at all (street directory).

can anyone pls provide some info? thanks in advance!
there is an open-air carpark right outside chinese garden. payment via cashcard, $2 IIRC... or, u can risk it by parking along the loop road. i see a lot of people do dat cos its a very quiet road. :sweatsm:
 

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nightwolf75 said:
there is an open-air carpark right outside chinese garden. payment via cashcard, $2 IIRC... or, u can risk it by parking along the loop road. i see a lot of people do dat cos its a very quiet road. :sweatsm:
oh is it? icic thanks for e info. But is it per entry charge?

I'll be going on a Sunday, if it goes by e hr.. i rather park at HDB and walk lol!
 

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oh is it? icic thanks for e info. But is it per entry charge?

I'll be going on a Sunday, if it goes by e hr.. i rather park at HDB and walk lol!
gee... good question. i never paid attention to the sign board (u shld know where i park.. :sweat: ). i can't find anything online abt it too.
 

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I recall going into Chinese gardens before free cos it was early morning, and then later on there suddenly appeared this barrier....so in the end hard to escape too :p
 

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melvinmah said:
oh is it? icic thanks for e info. But is it per entry charge?

I'll be going on a Sunday, if it goes by e hr.. i rather park at HDB and walk lol!
yep, can actually park at the HDB area (ard the hawker centre there ) then cross overhead bridge to reach the chinese garden mrt station..easier in that way and u need not worry abt being booked ;) After gg to chinese garden u can also go to hav lunch at hawker centre there:bsmilie:
i went there a few times..
 

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