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.


Sengkang Floating Wetland: Super-Sized Fruit & Wildlife

Sengkang Floating Wetland: Super-Sized Fruit & Wildlife

The Sengkang Floating Wetland is Singapore’s second largest man-made wetland and sits on Punggol Reservoir, Singapore’s 16th reservoir and measures 2400 square metres! A stroll along this boardwalk allows visitors to get a better look...

Kranji Marshes: A Different Type Of Playground

Opened in February 2016, Kranji Marshes is a world away from the typical Singapore city life. The 56.8-hectare marshland is one of the largest freshwater marshes in Singapore. This wetland ecosystem is home to...
Sentosa's Fort Siloso Skywalk's Bridge

Fort Siloso Skywalk and Siloso Trail

Take a lift 11-storeys up for an aerial view of the western part of Sentosa at the Fort Siloso Skywalk. Opened to the public on 14 July 2015 as part of Singapore’s Golden Jubilee...
Vista Park: Playground In The Cards

Vista Park: Playground In The Cards

A few weeks back, we featured the Wonderland playground at Dawson Vista. However, before that Alice in Wonderland-themed playground, there was another - Vista Park. OG Alice in Wonderland Park Located in Woodlands, Vista Park was...
Pekan Quarry At Pulau Ubin: Visiting The Former Ho Man Choo Quarry

Pekan Quarry At Pulau Ubin: Visiting The Former Ho Man Choo Quarry

Visitors to Pulau Ubin will often see plenty of wildlife and natural rock structures that have become natural habitats. One of these is the Pekan Quarry, one of the few quarries on Pulau Ubin....

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