Parks & Gardens
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
87 acre wetland site, of international importance for migratory birds, with bird observation hide, walking paths, boardwalk, nature gallery and butterfly trail.
Activities available are bird watching, family fun, photography, sightseeing and trekking.
Telok Blangah Hill Park
Its Terrace Garden is an ideal spot for wedding couples. Also a good spot for outdoor picnic.
Built in 1975 and designed by Prof Yuen-chen Yu, a well-known architect from Taiwan, it looks like a part of ancient China. 1 Chinese Garden Singapore 619795.
Lower Peirce Reservoir Parks
Known for its tranquil and scenic settings. Heritage trails and guided tours are available.
One of the last few natural beaches in Singapore facing Johore straits where history and heritage blends with nature. Historical sites that can be found in the area are Admiralty House, Kampong Wak Hassan, Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang and Sembawang
Upper Peirce Reservoir Park
Activities are bird watching, cycling, trekking and nature walks, photography and exercise and workout.
Largest park in the north with the Sungei Cina traversing through it. The nature garden area has a rich variety of animals and plants. With a 7 hectare urban garden where you can enjoy internet connection.
The Southern Ridges
Great for outdoor experience from walking to cycling. Also ideal for history lovers, photography enthusiasts, nature lovers, and bird lovers.
Clementi Woods Park
A canopy of mature trees composed of Acacia, Wormia and Tembusu and natural vegetation is perfect for a natural retreat with birds chirping and insects humming all day long.
MacRitchie Reservoir Park
A good spot for nature lovers and exercise enthusiasts. Also great for morning and evening strolls. With 300 parking lots. Guided walk is available ever last Saturday of the following months: August 27, October 28 and December 31, 2011.
Pearls Hill City Park
Located in a hilltop corner of Chinatown built around a reservoir where you can find peace and quiet amidst the busy streets of Chinatown.
Hindhede Nature Park
Nature reserve covered with lowland and tropical forest. For your safety, always find out the weather forecast before going to a nature reserve and forested areas because stormy weather can cause trees and branches to fall.