Parks in Singapore

For a small island, Singapore has plenty of green spaces and parks for nature lovers to enjoy. 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.


Fragrant Garden, Singapore Botanic Gardens

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

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 Botanic Gardens and you’ll be consumed by its wonderful fragrance...
How To Get To Marina East Desalination Plant & Green Roof

How To Get To Marina East Desalination Plant & Green Roof

You are here because you are probably trying to figure out how to get the Marina East Desalination Plant and its green roof. We are assuming that you are interested in the publicly accessibly...
East Coast Park Nature Playgardens: Bamboo Trail, Teepees & More

East Coast Park Nature Playgardens: Bamboo Trail, Teepees & More

Nature playgardens offer a place for kids to experience the joys of nature in a lush green garden filled with natural materials. And East Coast Park has three nature playgardens, spread out across various...
Kranji Reservoir Park Memorial Sign

Kranji Reservoir Park: Historic Battle Site & Fishing Grounds

Kranji Reservoir Park is probably one of the most overlooked and least visited parks in Singapore. That’s because there is little to do here but it is a historic site with a place in...
Hampstead Wetland Park in Seletar Aerospace Park

Hampstead Wetlands Park: Water Lilies & Wildlife Spotting In Seletar

Located at Seletar Aerospace Park is a lush green spot that is attracting tons of photography enthusiasts. Hampstead Wetlands Park is centred around a lake which attracts birds and wildlife, and along with them,...

List of Parks in Singapore

This list is broken down into National Gardens and Reserves, Nature Park (buffer parks around the Central Catchment Area), Regional Parks, District Parks and Neighbourhood Parks. Regional Parks serve a wider area and are typically “destination” parks which people would be willing to travel a distance to visit. They usually have more amenities. District Parks are large parks that serve several neighbourhoods. Neighbourhood Parks are small parks that typically only serve the immediate surrounding areas.


Neighbourhood Parks (Inexhaustive)

Bukit Timah

  • Bougainvillea Park
  • Greenwood Crescent Park
  • Kheam Hock Nature Way
  • Kheam Hock Park
  • Malcolm Park
  • Orchid Village Park
  • Shelford Road Park
  • University Road Park