Pasir Ris Park
Charming and tranquil, Pasir Ris Park is a great place for families to have a fun day out. Aside from modern park activities such as pony rides, water sports, cycling, inline skating and barbeque rental, it also features a carefully preserved six-hectare mangrove forest.
With multiple trails and a Mangrove Boardwalk, visitors can explore the beauty of the mangrove forest and get close to its inhabitants. The three-storey Bird Watching Tower located within the mangrove forest allows bird enthusiasts to observe birds in their natural surroundings. Families can also have hours of fun at the playground, one of the largest in Singapore.
Here’s a small piece of trivia on Pasir Ris Park – Did you know that the park’s name was derived from the Malay word ‘Pasir Ris’, which means 'beach bolt-rope', implying a narrow beach?
Pasir Ris Park stretches from Pasir Ris Road to Jalan Loyang Besar and can be accessed through Elias Road and Pasir Ris Green
How to get there: Bus stop no. 77129 (Opp Unit 104), 77119 (Aft Pasir Ris Way), 78109 (Downtown East), 78091 (Opp Downtown East)
Park Size: 70 hectares, stretching over 3.2km
Park lighting hours: 7:00pm to 7:00am
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
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1) If you intend to pitch a tent in Pasir Ris Park, do remember to apply for a camping permit at any AXS machine. Please note that pitching of tents is only allowed in Area 1 and Area 3 of the park.
Things To Do
Fancy cooking your own food and eating in the great outdoors? You can hold a barbecue at Pasir Ris Park. There are 65 BBQ pits located across the entire park.
Cycling & Inline Skating
Cycling is an activity that many visitors to Pasir Ris Park enjoy. Come with your own bicycle or you can rent one from the bicycle kiosks found within the park.
Pasir Ris Park offers a wide range of dining options by the beach.
As the park is situated close to the sea, there are a number of water sports that visitors can engage in. Those who enjoy water sports may want to try their hand at this.
Ready for something different? Get to know these gentle animals by feeding or riding them. You can even sign up for some riding classes.
There are designated areas within Pasir Ris Park where you can set up a tent and spend the night. To do so, you need to apply for a camping permit first. (You need to have a valid residential address in Singapore to apply for a camping permit.)
There is always something at Pasir Ris Park mangrove for shutterbugs – if you enjoy photographing nature at its best, you may in for a surprise at the mangrove and Butterfly Garden.
Pasir Ris Park offers volunteering opportunities if you are interested in volunteering at the Kitchen Garden and Butterfly Garden found inside Pasir Ris Park. Do visit our Volunteer page to find out more about the volunteer opportunities at some of the other parks.