Best Parks in Singapore

Here's a list of Best Parks in Singapore recommended by our experts:

Choosing the best things to do in the Garden City of Singapore is no easy feat as the city has a vast number of impressive attractions, exciting activities and day trips for all the family. Shopping may be favourite national pastime, but Singapore is more than a city of glitzy shopping malls. This tiny island nation is no concrete jungle. It is one of the most densely populated regions in the world, with nearly six million people living on just over 700 square kilometres, but the city-state has earned the nickname City in a Garden thanks to its considerable areas of green space and large percentage of green urban space. You’re never too far from the green lungs of the city! Treat yourself and your traveller buddies to a day at the park when in Singapore – because, it turns out, looking beneath the shiny surface is worth your while! The city is more than extravagant shopping and ultramodern urban experiences. Probably Singapore’s most famous garden, Gardens by the Bay is a favourite among locals and a must-visit for any tourist. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is the oldest and largest forest reserve in Singapore - with 1.64 square kilometres of land and 40 per cent of Singapore’s species of flora and fauna. Dotted with palm trees, Changi Beach Park is one of the oldest coastal beaches in Singapore. Airplanes jetting across the sky to and from the neighbouring Changi Airport are frequently sighted here – a curious juxtaposition indeed. The beach has historical significance too as the site of multiple clashes between the Japanese and Chinese during The Second World War. Today, Changi Beach is popular with families, couples and anyone looking to enjoy the calm sound of crashing waves. We have rounded up the best parks to visit in Singapore:

Changi Beach Park

Park in Singapore

Changi Beach, near Changi Village, [3]. Right next to Changi Airport, you can watch (and hear) the neverending parade of airplanes from here. Usually full of ...

Bukit Batok Nature Park

Scenic Beauty/View in Singapore

Popular with nature lovers and runners, the Bukit Batok Nature Park offers meandering paths through the scenic forest. As you walk along the footpaths, you'll ...

Telok Blangah Hill Park

Mountain in Singapore

Telok Blangah Hill Park has a history that few other parks can boast about. This park has long been a place of gathering for trading communities which ...

Mangrove Boardwalk At Pasir Ris Park

Place to Visit in Singapore

A more unusual offering, the island's third-largest seafront park, housing a five-hectare mangrove swamp reserve that you can walk through via a wooden ...

Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom

Place to Visit in Singapore

Sentosa greenest areas. This outdoor conservatory boasts more than 50 different species of butterflies, from the rare and endangered to the more common ...

Adventure Cove Waterpark

Place to Visit in Singapore
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Promising endless splashes of fun, Adventure Cove Waterpark is an aquatic adventure park with something for everyone. Feel the adrenaline rush as you zoom down ...

Pasir Ris Town Park

Wildlife Park in Singapore

Pasir Ris Town Park is a 14-hectare park in the Pasir Ris residential section of Singapore, of which a marine pond is the focus and around which shelters and ...

Esplanade Park

Wildlife Park in Singapore
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The Esplanade Park is a historic park located in the Esplanade within the Downtown Core of the Central Area in Singapore's central business district. Built in ...

Merlion Park

Monument in Singapore

The Merlion is an imaginary creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish, used as a mascot of Singapore. Its name combines "mer" meaning the sea and...

Yishun Park

Wildlife Park in Singapore

Developed on an old rubber estate, the park features a hill with natural vegetation. A SAFRA clubhouse has been built within the park. You can see tropical ...

Fort Canning Park

Wildlife Park in Singapore
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A place of historical importance in Singapore, Fort Canning Park was formerly known as "Forbidden Hill", and was once the seat of royalty for the Malay rulers ...

Istana Park

Wildlife Park in Singapore
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Istana Park, Singapore's premier park, offers a number of unique features not found in other parks on the island. The Festival Arch is the centrepiece of this ...