Burkill Hall, Singapore
Built in 1866, Burkill Hall is a fine example of an early colonial bungalow. Burkill Hall used to be the Director’s House, and its current name commemorates the only father and son pair, Isaac and Humphrey Burkill, to hold the post of Director of Singapore Botanic Gardens.
Situated at the highest point of the National Orchid Garden, Burkill Hall provides a commanding panoramic view of the magnificent Garden and the forest beyond. Built in 1866, the 2-storey colonial house has been sensitively restored to capture the romance of a bygone era. A perfect and exclusive setting for solemnizations and weddings. The premise includes the Burkill Green, a picturesque lawn ideal for wedding ceremonies.
Burkill hall is a 100 year old building and has 2 stories. You have a choice to hold your solemnization, and even banquet buffet indoor or by shelters at the gardens.
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