Bukit Batok Nature Park
Developed on an abandoned quarry site in 1988, Bukit Batok Nature Park features stunning views and crystal clear waters. Serene and tranquil, it is an ideal place for a peaceful nature walk.
Take a leisurely stroll on the meandering footpaths that run through the secondary forest and admire the beauty of the lush greenery. Alternatively, go for a run on the park’s undulating terrain for an invigorating workout or hike through the forest and enjoy the serene ambience of the surroundings.
Climb the look-out points that reach more than 10 storeys high for stunning views of the quarry. Don’t forget to stop by the park’s entrance to marvel at the picturesque pond that lies at the foot of a high cliff wall. The pond runs deep and still – a relic from the mining days of the region. Pay tribute to the soldiers and victims of World War II at the memorial plaque situated within the park. During World War II, the Japanese selected the Lorong Sesuai site as a memorial for the soldiers who died. All that remains are two pillars and 120 concrete steps leading up to a transmission tower. Read about the significance and meaning of the location on the memorial plaque that lies at the foot of the stairs.
Along Bukit Batok East Avenue 2 and Bukit Batok East Avenue 6
Park Size: 36 hectares
Park lighting hours: 7:00 pm to 7:00 am
Carpark Opening Hours: 24 hours daily
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
Specific Dos and Don’ts: Fishing is not allowed in the park
- The following trail is closed for maintenance works. Please use the alternative route to access the park.
Important Notice for Hiking Permit:
Things To Do
Bukit Batok Nature Park Map
Exercise and workout
Enjoy a refreshing jog or walk through the park. There are also fitness stations where you can do some light exercises while appreciating nature.
This trail is ideal for nature lovers, bird enthusiasts and families.
Difficulty level: Moderate
Walking time: 2 hours
If you enjoy photographing birds in the wild, get close up with the white crested laughing thrush, which is not shy when foraging for food in the forest undergrowth.