Singapore Nature Reserves



Want to escape from the city? Visit Singapore Nature Reserves and Parks!

City state Singapore maintains its nature areas that balances the urban development of the country.

 

Courtesy of Paul - Photo taken at MacRitchie Reservoir

 

Labrador Park Nature Reserve

It used to be a strategic site for defense installations during the British colonial era. Today, Labrador Park is a great place for nature lovers which offers two nature trail. The Nature Trail and the History Trail

It has four lookout decks; one on top of the hill and three overlooking the sea. There you can get to enjoy a great view if the sunrise and sunset

It is also a common place for wedding photography.

 

Kent Ridge Park Trail

A beautiful park next to National University of Singapore. It was once called Pasir Panjang Ridge and after the WW2, it was renamed Kent Ridge Park.

A canopy walk was installed for visitors to better enjoy the scenic vegetation. Panoramic views are aplenty and it is truly a place for relaxation.

 

Other wonderful Singapore Nature Reserves

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

177 Hindhede Drive Singapore 589333

Tel: (65) 6468 5736

Opens daily :

8.30 am - 6.30 pm

Admission

Free

Approximate Touring Time

3 hours

Getting There

Take the MRT to Newton Station (NS21), then take SMRT Bus 171 and alight here.

 

 

 

 

MacRitchie Reservoir

Together with Lower Peirce, Upper Peirce and Upper Seletar Reservoirs, they act as a water catchment area and also being a huge plot of nature area.

Getting There:

Take Bus Number Take bus nos. 52, 74, 93, 130, 132, 156, 157, 162, 165, 166, 167, 852, 855 or 980. Alight along Lornie Road at the bus-stop in front of MacRitchie Reservoir Park.

Or tell the bus driver and they will direct you.

Or just take Taxi!

 

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