Where is the tallest tree in Singapore?
#Didyouknow that the tallest tree in Singapore is a Seraya (Shorea curtisii) in Bukit Timah Nature Reserve? It stands at 60m (about the height of a 20-storey HDB block), and is at least 150 years old!
How tall are trees in Singapore?
There is a large Rain Tree in the Singapore Botanic Gardens with a girth of 5 metres and a height of 32 metres. It is classified as one of Singapore’s heritage trees. The Tembusu can grow up to 40 metres in height and can be recognised by its dark brown bark and unique perpendicular branching.