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Gardens, Parks & Nature
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Singapore is a city nestled amid lush greenery found along our roadside and parks.

Close to the city centre is the Singapore Botanic Gardens, spanning an area of 74 hectares. With a heritage of more than 150 years, the Gardens has been popular with both residents and overseas visitors.

Adding to the verdant landscape are the many parks, park connectors, nature reserves, heritage roads and heritage trees found across Singapore which provide for a unique experience of the island’s natural beauty.

The Park Connector Network is an island-wide network of linear open spaces around major residential areas, linking up parks and nature sites in Singapore, allowing everyone to enjoy the splendour of these green spaces.

Mature trees are a natural heritage of Singapore and serve as important green landmarks for our island state. Designated heritage trees and heritage roads will give you a meaningful encounter with Singapore’s natural heritage and foster a greater appreciation of the nation’s biodiversity and history.

Besides the greenery traditionally found on along our roads and in our parks and nature reserves, we now also have skyrise greenery - green roofs and vertical greenery that extend and almost look like gardens in the sky.

Come explore and learn more about these things that make Singapore our City in Nature.

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  • Pioneers Trail_315x195

    Catch a glimpse of how life was like for Singapore’s early immigrants around a quiet enclave of Chinatown, At the same time, marvel at the towering trees that dot the area, and the stories they tell.

    This tour is held in conjunction with Singapore Heritage Festival (SHF) 2022.

    22 May 2022 10:00AM - 11:30AM
    Ann Siang Hill Park,
    Tanjong Pagar MRT Station Entrance
  • Chek Jawa Guided Tour

    Join us for a tour to discover and learn about Chek Jawa's six ecosystems and the diverse array of animals that inhabits these unique habitats.

    22 May 2022 09:00AM - 11:00AM
    Pulau Ubin,
    Open Lawn (Chek Jawa Visitor Centre)
    $60 / Group (for a maximum of 5 persons)
    Online registration opens on 1 March 2022, 9am.
  • Singapore Shores

    Join us for a talk by Iffah Iesa titled Where the wild things are: marine edition and a talk by Loh Kok Sheng titled Are you “shore”?

    #Didyouknow that there is much to discover in Singapore’s wild waters and shores which support a wide range of marine life. Find out more about our island’s rich biodiversity and exciting marine habitats in this special Festival of Biodiversity edition of NParks Spotlight!

    22 May 2022 15:00PM - 16:00PM
    Various locations,
    across Singapore

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Last updated on 22 July 2021

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