How To Get To Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden

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Want to pay a visit to a magical nature spot for kids? Then you may be wondering how to get to Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden. Located at Singapore Botanic Garden’s Bukit Timah Core, the specially-created nature spot is designed to expose kids to the wonders of nature.

For those who are planning on visiting, here is how to get to Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden.

How to get to Jacob Ballas Children's GardenDo take that note that the Children’s Garden is open from 8 am to 7 pm (with last admission at 6.30 pm). It is closed on Mondays (except when Monday falls on a designated public holiday).

How to Get to Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden

By Car

The Children’s Garden has its own dedicated car park. To get to it, enter off Bukit Timah Road into the NUS campus at the Dunearn-Kheam Hock Road junction.

The entrance to the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden Car Park will be on your right as you drive in. For those, who miss the turn, just follow the road and enjoy the tour around the NUS Bukit Timah Campus before returning to the car park.

Car park charges apply.

By Bus

If you are planning to get to Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden by public bus, alight at “NUS Bukit Timah Campus” bus stop on Bukit Timah Road. Those who are coming from the other direction can stop at the “after Kheam Hock Road” bus stop on Dunearn Road.

From there, it is a five-minute walk from the main road to Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden.

The buses that ply Dunearn Road and Bukit Timah Road are 48, 66, 67, 151, 153, 154, 156, 170, 171, 186. Information correct as of January 2020.

By MRT

The closest MRT Station to Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden is Botanic Gardens. Exiting the MRT station, walk across the greenery of the Botanic Garden’s Bukit Timah Core, including its Eco Lake. Once you have arrived at the other side, you will find a passageway that leads to Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden.

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