Parks & Gardens

TreeTop Walk
Good for sightseeing, trekking,bird watching and family fun and bonding.
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.
Lower Seletar Reservoir
Largely flat with some undulating terrain that provides a pleasant place for your leisurely strolls or a jog. Carparks available at Yishun Stadium along Yishun Avenue 1.
Marsh Garden
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.
Chinese Garden
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.
Changi Beach Park
One of the oldest coastal parks that boasts of different facilities such as jogging/running path, fitness and exercise station, playground, skate and bicycle kiosk.
Lower Peirce Reservoir Parks
Known for its tranquil and scenic settings. Heritage trails and guided tours are available.
East Coast Park
Themed "Recreation For All", this park has a wide range of facilities including food, recreation, entertainment and sports. East Coast Park is the largest and the most popular park in Singapore.
Sembawang Park
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
Kent Ridge Park
Various look-out points offer magnificent views of the off-shore islands. Access via Vigilante Drive, Science Park Drive and Pepys Road.
Upper Peirce Reservoir Park
Activities are bird watching, cycling, trekking and nature walks, photography and exercise and workout.
National Orchid Garden
Three hectares slopes provide a setting for 60,000 orchid plants comprising of 400 species and more than 2,000 hybrids. Located in the Botanic Gardens.1 Cluny Road, Singapore 259569.
Admiralty Park
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.
Pasir Ris Town Park
Its wide-open spaces are ideal for cultural and social interaction. Its large marine pond is popular among anglers.
Pasir Ris Park
This park has a preserved mangrove forest. Board walks have been built into the mangrove. Located along Pasir Ris Road, Elias Road, Pasir Ris Green, Pasir Ris Close, Jalan Loyang Besar.
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.
West Coast Park
Adventure playground, bicycle obstacle course, fitness corner, exercise garden, grand lawn, sand play area, marsh garden, bird sanctuary, 15 boat-shaped barbecue pits, tent pitching, kite flying and dog run corner. Located parallel to West Coast Highway.
Fort Canning Park
The park is full of greenery and has various catering outlets and amusements. Entrances at Hill Street, National Library Car Park, Percival Road, River Valley Road, Canning Walk (behind Park Mall).
HortPark is a one-stop gardening hub that brings together gardening-related, recreational, educational, research and retail activities under one big canopy in a park setting. The main entrance is via Hyderabad Road off Alexandra Rd.
Gardens by the Bay
Three waterfront gardens: Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central. Cooled conservatories, Super trees vertical garden, themed gardens. Children's area with water play. Venues are available for hire. 18 Marina Gardens Drive Singapore 018953.
Labrador Nature Reserve
The park contains the only rocky sea-cliff on the main island of Singapore that is accessible to the public for recreation, education and scientific research. Located along Labrador Villa Road off Pasir Panjang Road.
Bukit Batok Nature Park
Developed on an abandoned quarry site in 1988. The terrain is undulating and footpaths are meandering. Several look-out points, some reaching more than 10 storeys high, provide breathtaking views. Car parks are available at Bukit Batok East.
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.
Upper Seletar Reservoir
Great venue for walkers and joggers.
Pulau Ubin
An island getaway for nature and adventure. A small island just off Singapore.
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
The forest at Bukit Timah has remained relatively undisturbed. Parking is available along the road towards Casuarina Road.
Singapore Botanic Gardens
National park features lakes, animals, flowers and plants. Located at the corner of Napier and Cluny Roads.
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.
Mount Faber Park
Covered by a secondary rain forest. Mount Faber Park is a popular tourist destination. From this park, they can take a cable car to Sentosa Island. Location is at the junction of Kampong Bahru Road and Telok Blangah Road.
Privately-operated leisure park in the Northern part of Singapore. 81 Lorong Chencharu #01-01, Singapore 769198.
Marina City Park
Park with sculptures and 2-tiered large pond with fountain jetting up water 18m high. Located at Marina South. Entrances at Marina Boulevard and Marina Park.
Marina Promenade
City park overlooks the towering skyscrapers of Central Business District. Located along Raffles Avenue.
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.
The Ketam Mountain Bike Park
Great venue for cycling, exercise and workout and trekking and nature walks.