List of Parks in Singapore

Admiralty Park

Located in Woodlands, Admiralty Park is the largest park in the north. It is situated on hilly terrain with Sungei Cina river running through it, and houses the largest nature area within an urban park.


31 Riverside Road, Singapore 730000

Things To Do

Walking & Jogging
Take a stroll or jog and enjoy the wide range of biodiversity that the park has to offer.
Photography
Shutterbugs would delight in the many photo opportunities abound at Admiralty Park, from flora and fauna, to people shots with nature as the backdrop.
Bird Watching
Bird watchers will have chance to encounter over 40 different bird species in Admiralty Park.

How To Get There: 15 mins’ walk from Woodlands MRT Station; By bus from Woodlands Bus Interchange.
Park Size: 27 Hectares
Lighting Hours: 7pm to 7am. No lights in the forested area after dark.
Businesses: Sakura International Buffet Restaurant
Venues For Booking: Lawn Area, Amphitheatre, Activity Plaza
Accessibility Info: Wheelchair-friendly
Specific Do's & Don'ts:
1. Fishing is not allowed in the park
2. No feeding of monkeys
Smoke-free park

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Ang Mo Kio Town Garden East

Built on the site of a former rubber estate, Ang Mo Kio Town Garden East is home to rubber trees as well as other economically important trees such as nutmeg and cinnamon. Tranquil and peaceful, it is a popular place for nearby residents to conduct recreational activities.

Fitness enthusiasts can jog, do foot reflexology or practice tai chi among the lush greenery, while enjoying the open space the park offers. Visitors can also take a slow stroll among the groves of trees and view the sculptures of rubber seeds and nutmegs installed around the park.


Junction of Ang Mo Kio Ave 3 and 8, behind Ang Mo Kio MRT Station

How to get there: 3 minutes walk from Ang Mo Kio MRT Station, Bus Stop ID: 54261, 54269
Size: 5 hectares
Accessibility info: Wheelchair accessible in certain areas
Nearby Park Connectors: Ang Mo Kio PC

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Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West

Built on a hillock with lush and spreading greenery, Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West is a great place for nature lovers and fitness enthusiasts alike.

Recreational runners looking for a challenge can jog on the many footpaths meandering through the forest and flowing over the hilly terrain. Nature lovers can enjoy the secondary forest which has plants such as Dillenia and Vitex growing plentiful. Visitors can also climb a 120-step staircase to the plaza area to enjoy a bird’s eye view of Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West, or sit back and relax at the landscaped pond situated near the park’s entrance.


Opposite Ang Mo Kio Town Library, along Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6

Things To Do
Dining

Sit down and enjoy a cup of coffee at McDonalds which has a outdoor café at the edge of the forested area of the park.
Photography
There is always something at Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West for shutterbugs. – If you enjoy photographing people interacting with nature, head down to the lotus pond along Ang Mo Kio Ave 6 where regular photography groups converge to take photos of blooming lotus flowers and the wide array of dragonflies and damselflies that visit the pond.
Allotment Garden
Looking for a space to nurture your green fingers? NParks provides allotment gardening plots for anyone who wishes to have their own space to garden. Each allotment plot consists of a 2.5 m x 1 m raised planter bed, and can be leased for three years at a charge.

How to get there: 10 minutes walk from Ang Mo Kio MRT Station, Bus Stop ID: 54041, 54051, 54469, 54049, 54059
Park size: 21 hectares
Park lighting hours: 7pm-7am
Accessibility info: Wheelchair accessible in certain areas

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Bedok Town Park

With long, flat and linear cycling and jogging tracks and a myriad of fitness equipment, Bedok Town Park is a popular place for nearby residents to gather for recreational activities.

Built on an undulating terrain with high mounds, the park offers avid cyclists and runners a challenging workout. Those looking to relax can walk on the foot reflexology footpath and have a foot massage. Families can also picnic under the shade of the many trees found around the park, while enjoying the tranquillity of the park.


Bedok North Avenue 3. Bounded by Bedok North Road, Bedok North Avenue 3 and the Pan Island Expressway

Things To Do
Allotment Garden
Looking for a space to nurture your green fingers? NParks provides allotment gardening plots for anyone who wishes to have their own space to garden. Each allotment plot consists of a 2.5 m x 1 m raised planter bed, and can be leased for three years at a charge.
Jogging, cycling and inline skating
The cycle tracks and jogging tracks each about 1.4 km and 2 km long respectively link Siglap Park Connector to Bedok Reservoir and towards Pasir Ris Park and East Coast Park on the opposite direction.

How to get there: Bus Stop ID: 84459, 84201, 84639, 84391
Park size: 14 hectares
Park lighting hours: 7pm-7am
Accessibility info: Wheelchair accessible

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Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

As one of the largest urban parks in central Singapore, Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park is a great place for families to have a fun day out. Under the PUB’s Active, Beautiful and Clean Waters (ABC) Programme, the old concrete canal has been de-concretised and naturalised into a beautiful 3 km meandering river with lush banks of wildflowers. Aside from its unique waterways, the park features lush greenery, Pond Gardens and River Plains, making it a popular choice with nearby residents for recreational activities.


Along Bishan Road and Ang Mo Kio Ave 1

Things To Do
Exercise & Workout
The park is a popular spot amongst the exercise enthusiasts. It is also a great place for morning and evening strolls along park.
Photography
There is always something at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park for shutterbugs, from landscape views to shots of flora and fauna.
Allotment Garden
Looking for a space to nurture your green fingers? NParks provides allotment gardening plots for anyone who wishes to have their own space to garden. Each allotment plot consists of a 2.5 m x 1 m raised planter bed, and can be leased for three years at a charge.
Therapeutic Garden @ Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park
The Therapeutic Garden at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park is situated near the pond gardens and was launched on 19 September 2017. The garden is specially designed to engage the senses with a landscape of plants divided into four zones: Fragrance zone, Biodiversity zone, Edibles and Medicinal zone and Colours and Textures zone.
Butterfly Habitat
Designed as a refuge in the heart of Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, the Butterfly Habitat is home to more than 30 species of butterflies.

How To Get There: By bus services (50,53,55,58,71,262) from Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange or Bishan MRT Station.
Park Size: 62 hectares, stretching over 3km
Park Lighting Hours: 7:00pm to 7:00am
Businesses: GRUB, Aramsa - The Garden Spa, ToriYard, Canopy Garden Dining & Bar, The Green Room, McDonald's
Venues For Booking: Activity Lawn, Mempat Green, Ficus Green, Tecoma Green, Promenade
Accessibility: Wheel-chair friendly
Specific Do's & Don'ts:
1. Line-fishing is not allowed in the River, Dragonfly Pond and Lotus Pond.
2. Cycling on the bridges is discouraged.

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Bukit Batok Nature Park 

Developed on an abandoned quarry site in 1988, Bukit Batok Nature Park features stunning views and crystal clear waters. Serene and tranquil, it is an ideal place for a peaceful nature walk.

Take a leisurely stroll on the meandering footpaths that run through the secondary forest and admire the beauty of the lush greenery. Alternatively, go for a run on the park’s undulating terrain for an invigorating workout or hike through the forest and enjoy the serene ambience of the surroundings.


Along Bukit Batok East Avenue 2 and Bukit Batok East Avenue 6

Park Size: 36 hectares
Park lighting hours: 7:00 pm to 7:00 am
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
Specific Dos and Don’ts: Fishing is not allowed in the park

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Bukit Batok Town Park

Also known as Little Guilin or Xiao Guilin among the locals, Bukit Batok Town Park looks similar to that of Guilin in China - a granite rock sitting within a lake.

Two dome shaped shelters give you a fantastic view of the tranquil lake. The towering rock cliffs make a majestic backdrop to the large lake.

The park is beautifully landscaped so that you can walk along the banks of the lake. This park is popular with shutterbugs and wedding couples.


Along Bukit Batok East Avenue 5

Park Size: 42 hectares
Park lighting hours: 7:00 pm to 7:00 am
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
Specific Dos and Don’ts: Fishing is not allowed in the park

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