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Bedok Reservoir Park
  • Water Point
  • Picnic Areas
  • Shower Facility
  • Playground
  • Carpark
  • Fitness Area
  • Restaurant
  • Shelters
  • Sand Play Area
  • Venue for Holding Events
  • Restrooms
Bedok Reservoir Park

Things To Do

  • Cycling & Inline Skating

    Cycling/inline skating is an activity that many visitors to Bedok Reservoir Park enjoy. Come with your own bicycle and skates and have fun in the park.

  • Bedok Water Sports

    Water Sports

    If you enjoy water sports, water sports orientation courses as well as rentals for dragon boats and kayaks are available at the Park.

  • Aerial tree obstacle course

    For the more adventurous, you can opt for adrenaline-pumping activities at an aerial tree obstacle course about 100m down the trail. Imagine yourselves to be Tarzan and Jane among a myriad of obstacles 5m above ground, including four giant zip-lines which allow you to zip over the water surface and get up close with Mother Nature.

  • Fishing @ Bedok Reservoir Park


    Fishing hobbyists can try their luck on the fishing deck. Anglers should take note to use only artificial bait to maintain the reservoir’s water quality and practise catch and release to maintain fish stock in the reservoir. Only carbon steel microbarb or barbless hooks should be used. For the safety of other visitors, please cast lines with care and dispose of all used hooks, lures and fishing lines properly.

  • Bedok Reservoir Park Kingfisher

    Bird Watching

    The highest point in Bedok Reservoir Park promises magnificent panoramic views of the reservoir. Bring along your camera to capture the rising sun and possibly a shot of a circling eagle. There are many shelters and benches where you can take a rest along the way up. You may also spot birds such as the Collared Kingfisher (Todiramphus chloris), White-throated Kingfisher (Halcyon smyrnensis) and the White-breasted Waterhen (Amaurornis phoenicurus) at the Park.

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Last updated on 26 October 2015

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