Singapore Botanic Gardens again ranked top park in Asia

A man performing a series of stretching exercises while beyond him, morning mist shrouds an area of the Singapore Botanic Gardens on 2 June 2011. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
A man performing a series of stretching exercises while beyond him, morning mist shrouds an area of the Singapore Botanic Gardens on 2 June 2011. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
The Singapore Botanic Gardens. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
The Singapore Botanic Gardens. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
The Singapore Botanic Gardens. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
The Singapore Botanic Gardens. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Tembusu (Fagraea fragrans). Located at Lawn E. This 30 meter tall, long-living, evergreen tree is distinctive to Singapore because it is featured on the back of our $5 note. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Tembusu (Fagraea fragrans). Located at Lawn E. This 30 meter tall, long-living, evergreen tree is distinctive to Singapore because it is featured on the back of our $5 note. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Kapok Tree or White Silk-cotton Tree (Ceiba pentandra). -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Kapok Tree or White Silk-cotton Tree (Ceiba pentandra). -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Saga or Red-bead Tree (Adenanthera pavonina). -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Saga or Red-bead Tree (Adenanthera pavonina). -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Located at Lawn E. This 30 meter tall, long-living, evergreen tree is distinctive to Singapore because it is featured on the back of our $5 note. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Located at Lawn E. This 30 meter tall, long-living, evergreen tree is distinctive to Singapore because it is featured on the back of our $5 note. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
The trunk of the Kapok Tree or White Silk-cotton Tree (Ceiba pentandra). -- PHOTO: ST FILE
The trunk of the Kapok Tree or White Silk-cotton Tree (Ceiba pentandra). -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Located next to Lady on Hammock sculpture at Singapore Botanic Gardens. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Located next to Lady on Hammock sculpture at Singapore Botanic Gardens. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
President Tony Tan Keng Yam admiring the iconic Tembusu tree with it's new support system meant to prop up it's huge branch during his Heritage Trees Trail tour at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
President Tony Tan Keng Yam admiring the iconic Tembusu tree with it's new support system meant to prop up it's huge branch during his Heritage Trees Trail tour at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
The children blowing soap bubbles at the Botanic Gardens. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
The children blowing soap bubbles at the Botanic Gardens. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Singapore Botanic Gardens has again been ranked the number one park in Asia in the TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Awards for attractions. -- ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
Singapore Botanic Gardens has again been ranked the number one park in Asia in the TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Awards for attractions. -- ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE

Singapore Botanic Gardens has again been ranked the number one park in Asia in the TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Awards for attractions.

Other parks on the list include Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in Japan, which was second, and Nan Lian Garden in Hong Kong, which was third.

This is the second time the Singapore Botanic Gardens has clinched the top spot. It was ranked 11th in the world.

The TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice awards for attractions highlights landmarks and parks around the world.

The winners were decided based on the the quantity and quality of reviews gathered by TripAdvisor over 12 months.

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