Kent Ridge Park

With a size of 47 hectares, this Kent Ridge park offers you the most magnificent views of the off-shore islands such as the Pulau Duran Darat. Filled with Tembusu, Acacias and Dillenias trees, you will certainly enjoy the peacefulness and serenity of the park, away from the hustle and bustle of city living.

Calling all fitness enthusiasts, Kent Ridge Parkoffers a total number of 20 fitness stations! Put on your protective gears and let's go inline skating in the park!

Nature lovers will certainly enjoy the nature trail, invigorate yourselves for a 280 metres long canopy walk. This bridge which is linked to Kent Ridge Park and to the museum, Reflections of Bukit Chandu, which also caters to the elderly and physically challenged. You will see sunbirds, doves, squirrels, and lizards. Interestingly pitcher plants and wild orchids are found along the trail. Signages are put up to provide educational information on the various plants for a learning experience. A natural pond filled with turtles and fish, such as the Japanese Koi.

Kent Ridge Park is one of the last battles for Singapore which dominated the harbour. To commemorate of the 50th Anniversary of the end of World War II, a plaque was installed in 1992. To provide points of interest, two decommissioned M114 Artillery Guns and an AMX 13 Light Tank in the Army's adoption park , The Army Green Park.