The Magic of Photosynthesis Station at the Botanic Gardens Singapore

The Magic of Photosynthesis is an exhibit inside the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden where kids can discover the concept of photosynthesis. It teaches the magical process of Photosynthesis and the importance of it for all life on earth.

The Magic of Photosynthesis

If you notice the four stations below, those represent Sunlight, Carbon Dioxide, Water and the Photosynthesis process when those ingredients work together.

The Magic of Photosynthesis

The Magic of Photosynthesis

In the fourth station there is a handle. When you crank the handle, it represents the Photosynthesis process and fruits in the exhibit behind the station will light up.

The Magic of Photosynthesis

Actually this is an interesting place in Singapore to visit with kids. This Magic of Photosynthesis station is one of the exhibits inside the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden in Singapore Botanic Gardens.

The Magic of Photosynthesis

Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden in Singapore

Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden is a small mini garden inside the Singapore Botanic Garden. This garden is specially dedicated for teaching about nature for the children. Inside the garden you can see many trees, a vegetable garden and educational play area such as Magic of Photosynthesis station.

How to Reach Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden in Singapore

Opening hours: 8am -7pm (closed every Monday except when it falls on a designated Public Holiday)

Admission is free of charge.

Only children aged 12 and below are allowed. They need to accompany by adults.

By Train:  10-min Walk from Botanic Gardens MRT Station (in the Circle Line)

Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi

Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi

Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi is the founder of this blog which she shares her parenting and lifestyle experiences.She is a Contracts Engineer by profession and recently launched her own Engineering consultancy service Sihela Consultants.(www.sihelaconsultants.com)

8 Comments

Rhonda

about 2 years ago

This looks like a very good educational opportunity for kids.

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Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi

Amila Wickramarachchi

about 2 years ago

yes,it is good for bit grown kids.My son enjoyed just by visiting around it.

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stevebethere

about 2 years ago

Nice photos and cute too I agree with Rhonda too he looks so engrossed heheh!

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Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi

Amila Wickramarachchi

about 2 years ago

He had great time there :)

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Karren Haller

about 2 years ago

What a fun educational place to visit!

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Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi

Amila Wickramarachchi

about 2 years ago

yes,it is a really good place to teach kids :)

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Emily

about 2 years ago

Looks like a great place! So much fun.

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Merlinda Little (Glimmer of Hope)

about 2 years ago

This is like the most amazing thing ever! I love science and photosynthesis! I wish I can see this place =)

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