Parks & Gardens

Singapore is known as the Garden City, and justifiably so. Lush green trees line almost every road, boulevard and expressway. You will certainly be hard-pressed to escape the shade of trees when walking on the streets.

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Youth Olympic Park

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Located at the northern end of The Helix bridge, the Youth Olympic Park features 27 award-winning artworks created by Singaporean youths to commemorate the theme "Aspirations for life in Singapore".

Location: Youth Olympic Park, Singapore

Gardens by the Bay

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A total of 101 ha of prime land has been development for the gardens. Food & beverage outlets and a prime focus on the gardens.

Location: Chinese Garden Road, Chinese Garden, Singapore

Chinese Garden

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The Chinese Garden was built back in 1975, modelled after the Northern Chinese imperial style of architecture and landscaping.

Location: Chinese Garden Road, Chinese Garden, Singapore

Singapore Botanic Gardens

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Singapore Botanic Gardens are now 151 years old. It was founded way back in 1859 by an Agri-Horticultural society and subsequently handed over to the government to maintain.

Location: Cluny Road, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore

Chek Jawa Wetlands

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Nestled on the eastern most tip of Pulau Ubin is Chek Jawa, a unique coastal habitat. You will find mangroves, sandy beaches, coastal forests and lagoons all packed within 1 square kilometre.

Location: Chek Jawa Trail, Chek Jawa Wetlands, Singapore

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

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This nature reserve is located near the geographic centre of Singapore, on the slopes and surrounding areas of Bukit Timah Hill.

Location: Hindhede Drive, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Singapore

Mount Faber Park

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This park is one of the oldest in Singapore. From here, you could board a cable car to Sentosa Island, or enjoy a panoramic view of the dense Central Business District and most of Southern Singapore.

Location: Telok Blangah Rd, Mount Faber Park, Singapore

MacRitchie Reservoir

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A popular spot for people enjoying morning and evening strolls or runs, water sports such as kayaking as well as other nature and exercise enthusiasts

Location: River Valley Road, Fort Canning Park, Singapore

Fort Canning Park

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Back in the 19th century, Fort Canning was used as an arms store, barracks and hospital. The modern day park now overlooks Orchard Road. The park offers a variety of recreational activities, historical, cultural and educational experiences

Location: River Valley Road, Fort Canning Park, Singapore

East Coast Park

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Spanning a total of 15km, the coastline of East Coast Park is an all-encompassing urban retreat. Themed “recreation for all”, it offers a magnificent range of sporting, dining and recreational activities.

Location: East Coast Park Service Road, East Coast Park, Singapore