Calling all photographers - budding, amateur or professional! Do you yearn to capture the glorious resplendence of nature and preserve its beauty? Do you enjoy taking snapshots of natural wildlife and vivid fauna displays? Then hesitate no more and let your cameras do the works in the welcoming embrace of nature. Our parks, gardens and nature reserves offer the most exquisite sights for nature and photography enthusiasts to snap away to their hearts' content.
Enter our nature reserves and you will be wowed by the amazing biodiversity within. Stroll along the boardwalks and observe the wildlife with a careful eye and quiet demeanour. You might just be able to capture a few good shots of shorebirds such as storks around the mudflats, or even a mini war between the territorial male mudskippers. Capture the panoramic view of the forest canopy atop the suspension bridge of HSBC TreeTop Walk that hangs 25 metres above the forest floor or from the vantage point of the Tower Hide in Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve. See if you can spot a banded woodpecker, clouded monitor lizard, drongo, plantain squirrel as you take some shots of the scenic Hindhede Quarry at Hindhede Nature Park.
Preserve Singapore's colonial past in the form of still photographs. Let pictures of the many military installations and war relics around the serene compounds of Labrador Nature Reserve and Fort Canning Park tell stories of our colourful history. Head down to the heart of the city and take a shoot of 'The Chopsticks' at the War Memorial Park. Delve deep within Bukit Batok Nature Park and snap a picture of a World War II Memorial Plaque that is relatively unknown.
Explore pockets of greenery in the heartlands with your camera. Capture the essence of these parks such as the distinctive red bridge at Bishan Park, the little inhabitants within the mangrove forest in Admiralty Park, sculptures of rubber seeds and nutmegs at Ang Mo Kio Town Garden East and little children indulging in simple pleasures at the Fantasy Land Playground and Sense Discovery Garden of Sun Plaza Park.
Feel the cool breeze blow against your body as you get all your camera all ready to capture the captivating sunset at the coastal parks. Snap some shots of wakeboarders performing the thrilling stunts at the cable ski park in East Coast Park, canoeists and dragon-boat teams paddling their way across the waters of Kallang Riverside Park, the pristine white beaches lined with swaying coconut palms of Changi Beach Park and the glistening waters of Bedok Reservoir Park.
Keep precious memories of your time spent in the friendly villages of Pulau Ubin. Let the rustic charm of the island's quaint attractions be retained through your photographs. Step into Chek Jawa Wetlands and if you are lucky, you may even capture a prized photo souvenir of the rare Oriental Pied Hornbills.