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Fort Canning Park
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  • Fitness Area
  • Restaurant
  • Shelters
  • Venue for Holding Events
  • Restrooms
Fort Canning Park


1) The Battle Box is closed for maintenance until end September 2015.

2) The Fitness Corner at Fort Canning Park will be closed for upgrading works from 21 September to 30 October 2015.

Things To Do

  • Nutmeg

    Nature Walks

    Besides rich in heritage, Fort Canning Park also has interesting flora and fauna that you should try and spot. Explore the park and see what you can find, or tap on one of the do-it-yourself walking trail guides we have put together to help you explore the park.

  • Ear Pod Tree


    Fort Canning Park is rich in heritage and those who enjoy photographing pieces of history and heritage will enjoy roaming the park grounds.

  • Badang Terrace


    There are many places within Fort Canning Park that you can visit. Check out the Sally Port, ASEAN Sculpture Garden, Fort Canning Green (The Old Christian Cemetary), Spice Garden, Keramat Iskandar Shah, Archaeological Dig and Exhibition Area, Maritime Corner@Fort Canning, Parit Singapura and Princess Pond.


All Events

  • a photo of the flame of the forest tree

    Did you know that a Kapok tree can grow up to 40 metres high? Let our nature-loving guides bring you on a journey to find out more about our heritage trees and other beautiful trees like the towering Kapok, flaky Gelam and magnificent Madras Thorn!

    19 Sep 2015 16:00PM - 17:30PM
    Fort Canning Park,
  • Going Bananas Workshop

    Did you know that bananas are more than just food sources? They are also featured in Singapore's history, culture and heritage. Join us as we explore the different species of bananas and learn about the uses of various parts of this plant and their nutritional values.

    26 Sep 2015 15:30PM - 18:00PM
    Adult: $10

    Payment will be made on the day of the event by NETS or Cash. Please come 1/2 hr earlier to register and make payment.
  • Nutmeg fruit

    You may have tasted nutmeg and clove in various cuisines, but have you ever seen their trees? Join us as we guide you through the Spice Garden, which was once the site of Singapore’s first Botanical and Experimental Garden started by Sir Stamford Raffles in 1822!

    03 Oct 2015 16:00PM - 17:30PM
    Fort Canning Park,
Last updated on 04 September 2015

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