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Singapore Guide – Parks in Singapore, Singapore Recreational Parks


Ang Mo Kio Garden East
Previously a rubber estate, this park boasts groves of rubber trees as well as other economically trees such as nutmeg & cinnamon. Sculptures of rubber seeds and nutmegs installed enhance the trees found here. Jogging, foot reflexology and tai chi ...

Ang Mo Kio Garden West
The bigger of the two parks in Ang Mo Kio was built on a hillock. A 120-step staircase will take you to a pergola and plaza. From there you can view the lush expanding floral and fauna. A landscaped pond near the entrance of the park is ideal for vis ...

Bedok Reservoir Park
Developed around the picturesque and serene Bedok Reservoir,this park is popular for jogging. Jog-a-thons are held regularly here by schools and organizations. This park is also equipped with a children’s playground, fitness stations and wid ...

Bedok Town Park
Screening off Bedok Estate from the Pan Island Expressway (PIE) is Bedok Town Park. This park is built on an undulating terrain with high mounds. The main attractions are the long, flat and linear cycling and jogging tracks and the fitness equipme ...

Bishan Park
Image (C) Wolfics Tay Bishan park is one of the largest and most popular parks in Singapore. The park has lakes, bridges, colourful shrubs and lush greenery. Built in 1988, it sits between 2 housing estates, Ang Mo Kio and Bishan. The beauty of the ...

Bukit Batok Nature Park
This park was developed on an empty quarry site in 1988. The terrain is undulating and footpaths are meandering. Several look-out points reaching more than 10 storeys high provide breath-taking views. The serene ambience of the park provides an ide ...

Bukit Batok Town Park
Known as Little Guilin or “Xiao Guilin” among the locals,  this park looks similar to that of Guilin in China – a granite rock sitting within a lake. The park has a narrow strip of land, beautifully landscaped and provid ...

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve! Step into the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and you will experience nature in an untouched form. A mere 12km from the bustling city, the 164 hectare (400 acres) Reserve includes Singapore’s highest hill which sta ...

Causeway Point Shopping Centre
Located in the far north corner of Singapore, Woodlands is best known for its proximity to the causeway adjoining to Malaysia and a thoroughfare for thousands of vehicles and people every day as a result.  I am heading to its main hub of activity, t ...

Changi Beach Park
One of the oldest coastal parks in Singapore, this place brings back memories for Singaporeans who frequented this area in the 60s and 70s. The park is 3.2km long with stretches of sandy beaches between Changi Point and Changi Ferry Road.  ...

Cherry Blossoms in SG
  Regular Day in Singapore - Greys & Greens  In a concrete jungle like ours, the onset of pink, purple & white blossoms on our trees is a welcoming sight to behold. Who knew our roadside trees could look this beautiful?  Pre ...

Clementi Woods Park
The wooded ambience of the park, with its tall mature trees and natural vegetation, is a welcoming retreat for those looking for a quiet, cool stroll in the morning or evening. Bird’s chirpings and insects’ buzzing will accompany you as you walk ...

East Coast Park Beach
Image (C) Vanessa Ryden Situated at the south-eastern part of the island, East Coast Park Beach is the largest and the most popular park in Singapore. Themed “Recreation for All”, this park offers a wide array of facilities. Be i ...

Esplanade Park
Esplanade Park is one of the oldest parks in Singapore. Built in 1943, it was re-developed in 1991 to enhance the Civic District’s identity. There are many historical landmarks in this park which are of interest to tourists and locals alike. These ...

Fort Canning Hill Park
Previously known as Central Park, this 19-ha 'hill of history' was the residence of Sir Stamford Raffles, who established his government house on this hill in 1819. Visitors to Fort Canning Park can find a number of relics reflecting the past glor ...

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