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.


Alexandra Park Connector: From Tanglin To Zion Road

Alexandra Park Connector: From Tanglin To Zion Road

The Alexandra Park Connector is a walkway which stretches out from Tanglin Road at one end and Zion Road at the other. It allows those who wish to go for a walk, jog or...
Little Stories: The Leaning Tree Of MacRitchie

Little Stories: The Leaning Tree Of MacRitchie

If you have ever taken a walk out along MacRitchie's Chemperai Trail boardwalk, you would have come across the Leaning Tree of MacRitchie. The Chemperai Trail is located on the southern side of MacRitchie Reservoir....
Seletar West Park Connector: From Yishun Dam To Piccadilly

Seletar West Park Connector: Sights From Yishun Dam To Piccadilly

Avid cyclists will be familiar with the Seletar West Park Connector. Stretching from Rower's Bay and Yishun Dam to Piccadilly Circus near Jalan Kayu, the park connector is a great linkway for cyclists who...
Bukit Batok Neighbourhood Park: 2 Playgrounds On The Hillside, Elevated Boardwalk & Summit Platform

Bukit Batok Neighbourhood Park: Playgrounds, Elevated Boardwalk & Summit Platform At Fuji Hill

Bukit Batok has many hillocks and you can now scale one of them at the newly opened Bukit Batok Neighbourhood Park along Bukit Batok Central road, also known as Fuji Hill, has a fun...
Buangkok Square Park: Village Playground & Animal Walk

Buangkok Square Park: Village Playground & Animal Walk

Flanked by housing apartment blocks, Buangkok Square Park is a green park with plenty of space for activities and gatherings. Its most striking feature is its village-themed playground which offers a fun spot for...

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