Nature Reserves, Parks & Gardens In Singapore

The Garden City of Singapore has 4 Nature Reserves, 20 Nature Areas and 350 Parks and Gardens. For a small island, Singapore has plenty of green spaces and parks for nature lovers to enjoy. Go on a walk or hike up hills, try birdwatching or cycling, check out quarries and the nearby islands still in their natural states. Breathe in the fresh air, bring back wonderful memories and leave only footprints behind. May you be inspired with the many nature options we have here in Singapore!

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Coastal PlayGrove: Playground With Big Fun, Play Tower, Water Play & Nature Playgarden At East Coast Park

Coastal PlayGrove: Playground With Play Tower, Slides & Nature Playgarden At...

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Coastal PlayGrove and its seriously amazing playground offer plenty of fun for kids and families. Located at the former Big Splash site, this family-friendly...
COMO Adventure Playgrove: Nature Playgarden at Singapore Botanic Gardens

COMO Adventure Grove: Play With Nature At Singapore Botanic Gardens’ Nature...

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COMO Adventure Grove at Singapore Botanic Gardens’ Gallop Extension is a wonderful nature playgarden for children. This family-friendly section of Singapore Botanic Gardens is...
Camp Road Nature Playgarden: Fun Log Structures, Log Maze And Bee Hotels

Camp Road Nature Playgarden: Fun Log Structures, Log Maze And Bee...

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A new nature playgarden can now be found etched out parallel to Camp Road. With two bee hotels, host plants attracting butterflies, a log...

Nature Reserves in Singapore

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Bukit Timah Hill Summit: Journey to the Top

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Singapore’s “Mount Everest” stands just 163.63 metres tall. Easily accessible, it is no wonder that Bukit Timah Hill and its surrounding nature reserve are...
5 Essentials To Bring To Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

5 Essentials To Bring To Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

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Located in the far northwest of Singapore, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is haven for wildlife. With tidal ponds and mangrove forests, it supports an...
3 Levels Of MacRitchie Trails & Walks: From Easy To Difficult

3 Levels Of MacRitchie Trails & Walks: From Easy To Difficult

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Mention the word "MacRitchie" and nature and the outdoors immediately comes to mind. There are plenty of MacRitchie trails or walks where you enjoy...

The four Nature Reserves in Singapore are Bukit Timah Nature Reserve (163 hectares), Central Catchment Nature Reserve (3,043 hectares), Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve (131 hectares) and Labrador Nature Reserve (10 hectares).

Nature Parks & Gardens

Find and explore a park in Singapore using our map below. If you wish to check on the crowd density at the parks, you can do so at NPark’s Safe Distance @ Parks website.


Rail Corridor, Trails and Park Connectors

Singapore Botanic Gardens: An UNESCO World Heritage Site

Singapore Botanic Gardens Heritage Festival 2020 - What to Do 24 and 25 October 2020

Singapore Botanic Gardens Seed Bank: Conservation, Research & Education

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The Queen Coralbead vine was thought to be extinct in Singapore until recently when it was rediscovered on Coney Island. Now, its seeds, along...
Fragrant Garden, Singapore Botanic Gardens

Fragrant Garden at Singapore Botanic Gardens: Breathe in the Essence of...

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There’s literally a place to smell the “roses” in Singapore. Discover Fragrant Garden (no, we’re not talking about the popular Teochew restaurant) within Singapore...
Learning Forest

Singapore Botanic Gardens’ Learning Forest: Discover Wetlands, Walk With Giants

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From the waters of the wetlands to the heights of the trees - these are some of the experiences that await visitors at Singapore...

Island Getaways

Wetlands in Singapore

Quarries in Singapore

Places to Check Out Animals

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SEA LIFE Malaysia: LEGO-Flavoured Marine Adventures

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With a couple of rabid LEGO fans and avid marine life lovers in our posse, what could be not-to-like about Malaysia’s first LEGO-themed aquarium...
It’s World Oceans Day. Here’s How To Dive Underwater Online

It’s World Oceans Day. Here’s How To Dive Underwater Online

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8 June is World Oceans Day. Since 2002, World Oceans Day has been bringing people to recognise, protect and restore the oceans of the...
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Otter Live Cam: View Asian Small-Clawed Otters At Their Home From...

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Brace yourself for some incoming cuteness from the Melbourne zoo! View the otter live cam featuring some adorable Asian Small-Clawed Otters and their pups. Otter...

Farms in Singapore

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Froggy Fun at Jurong Frog Farm

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The boys and I headed to the Jurong Frog Farm with some friends at the start of the holidays. We were itching for some...
Kranji Countryside

Kranji Countryside: Exploring Sustainability In Singapore’s Outskirts

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My childhood memories are filled to the brim with visits to Singapore Zoo and Jurong Bird Park; back then, petting zoos didn’t exist. And...

Best Farms In Singapore To Visit With Kids

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When looking at our cosmopolitan city, it’s easy to forget that Singapore has several farms along with a passionate community of farmers. Although you...

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