Stepping outdoors to be in nature has shown to do the mind and body good. Check out our myriad of nature activities and programmes which include DIY trail guides for those who prefer to take things at their own pace, to citizen science surveys for a more hands-on experience.
Singapore’s many green spaces such as parks and nature reserves offer opportunities aplenty to appreciate the tranquillity of our natural environment. Observe our flora and fauna whether in person or through animal cams. Go on a guided walk, birdwatch on a cool morning or help to plant a tree. Under the Heritage Road Scheme, find out more about the leafy giants which form the backbone of Singapore’s landscape.
These and more come under our Community in Nature (CIN) initiative which seeks to reach out to the diverse groups in the community to encourage them to bond over and with nature.
View live footage of animals at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve from animal cams which have been set up.
Do you enjoy bird watching? You will be surprised at the number of bird species you can find in our gardens, parks and nature reserves. Learn more about the best spots for bird watching.
If you enjoy exploring nature at your own pace, our DIY Guides will allow you to do just that. Select from the wide range of DIY nature trails that we have specially put together for you.
Are you someone with green fingers and on the lookout for a community of like-minded people whom you can cultivate a garden with? Find out more about our Community In Bloom gardens as it might just be what you are looking for.
The mature roads along our roads form the backbone of Singapore’s landscape. Did you know that five roads have been gazetted as Heritage Roads under the Heritage Road Scheme? Find out which roads these are and check them out today.
Do you love the trees in our green spaces? Some of them are mature trees and have been endorsed as Heritage Trees in our island state. Learn more about our Heritage Trees that can be found across the island and go explore!
Shutterbugs will have an endless choice of subjects to photograph when out in our green spaces. Find out which parks you should visit to get the best photography experience.