Category: Parks & Gardens

Bidadari Park

Bidadari Park was once the site of the Bidadari Cemetery, before exhumation and construction of new flats reduced the park into its current 1-hectare area. This tiny wooded hillock remains a popular stopover site for migratory birds and continues to serve as a refuge for these birds who have...

Bukit Brown Cemetery

Bukit Brown Cemetery, dating back to the early 1920s, is the first Chinese public cemetery in Singapore. Although closed and abandoned in the 1970s, it has not been forgotten. Today, Bukit Brown Cemetery is home to many bird species and wildlife, and is a hit with nature lovers, bird...

Kent Ridge Park

Situated above the hustle and bustle of Science Park is the peaceful and serene Kent Ridge Park. After a hectic day at work, it is a good idea to go for a run in the park and release all that pent-up stress and negative energy. Being enveloped by the...

Bukit Batok Nature Park

The Bukit Batok Nature Park, conveniently nestled within the residential estate of Bukit Batok and close to the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, is a good hiking venue any time of the day. Several well-paved trails crisscross through the huge park along undulating terrain. We had to contend with some...

Chinese and Japanese Gardens

Come with us on an epic Journey to the West as we explore the Chinese Garden and Japanese garden located in Jurong Lake Gardens. The gardens are easily accessible via a convenient train ride to Chinese Garden MRT station on the East-West line....

Jurong Eco-Garden

One of the unlikeliest places to stumble upon a lush green park with nature trails and forests, Jurong Eco-Garden is sandwiched in between the Nanyang Technological University and CleanTech Park, and is surprisingly popular among a wide variety of wildlife such as butterflies and migratory birds, and now nature-lovers...

Kallang Riverside Park

Kallang Riverside Park, stretching along both banks of the Kallang River near the mouth of the river, is a scenic place for a weekend picnic or a just relaxing stroll. On a typical weekend, the park can get quite lively with picnickers, joggers, strollers, dragon boaters, tourists, anglers, and...

Tampines Eco Green

Tampines Eco Green, with its rustic landscape of secondary forests and marshlands, is every bird-watcher's dream come true. Living up to its name, everything within the park is made of ecologically-friendly and natural materials, and everywhere we walk we are surrounded by huge swathes of green....

Little Guilin

Bukit Batok Town Park is home to arguably the largest and most beautiful of all the granite quarries in Singapore. Little wonder that it is more commonly known as "Little Guilin", due to its resemblance to the magnificent karst rocky landscape of Guilin, China....

Pandan Reservoir

A relatively less well known reservoir in Singapore, the Pandan Reservoir is actually pretty huge - covering an area of 176 hectares or almost 243 soccer fields - and built way back in the 1970s. A walk around the perimeter of the reservoir will cover 6.2 km, which is...