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Windsor Nature Park


  1. The Shinto Shrine is located within a core nature conservation area of the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. This area is closed to the public. There are no designated trails to the Shrine. For their own safety, visitors should stay on the designated trails to avoid becoming lost in the forest.  This nature reserve is home to numerous species of endangered native flora and fauna. Human activity in this area can affect animal movement, or result in trampling on endangered plant saplings. Entering or leaving any part of a nature reserve which is closed is an offence under the Parks and Trees Regulations which carries a penalty of a fine of up to $2,000. We seek your co-operation to stay on the designated trails. If you are interested to find out more about the Shinto Shrine, please visit the site marker located at the junction of Adam Road and Sime Road. 


Organised group activities (including learning journeys and hiking)

  • For organised group activities to our nature reserves and nature parks, an application is needed. For more information click here.

Things To Do

  • Bird watching

    Bird Watching

    Birds are hidden treasures at the nature park. There is a wide variety of species along the trails, so please bring along a pair of binoculars. For those more adventurous, visit the TreeTop Walk and the Jelutong Tower for great vantage points.

  • Hiking and Nature Appreciation

    Hiking and Nature Appreciation

    Visit the Hanguana Trail to appreciate the variety of native plants along the trail. Spot the talented mimic, the Greater Racket-tailed Drongo, as you explore the Drongo Trail! For a more challenging hike, head up to the TreeTop Walk.

    Please refer to the Important Notice above for updates regarding our hiking permit application.

  • Photography

    Nature Photography

    Enjoy a leisure walk along the trails and spot wildlife such as the Sunda Pangolin with a careful eye and quiet demeanor. Who knows what just might cross your path?

  • Windsor Nature Park Map

    Explore the various trails which are ideal for nature lovers, bird enthusiasts and families at Windsor Nature Park.

  • Trail Etiquette

    On your journey of discovery, remember some simple tips to help make park visits enjoyable for everyone. Click on the link to find out more about our Trail Etiquette.

  • Volunteering


    Keen to be part of our biodiversity conservation efforts? Translate your passion into action and sign up as a Central Nature Reserve volunteer!

Last updated on 04 May 2023

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