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    • Baby Changing Area
    • Badminton Court
    • Basketball Court
    • BBQ Pits
    • Beach Volleyball Court
    • Bicycle Skate Kiosk
    • Camping Site
    • Carpark
    • Cycling Track
    • Dog Run Area
    • Fitness Area
    • Foot Reflexology Footpath
    • Jogging Path Running Track
    • Lookout Point
    • Nature Trail
    • Petanque Court
    • Pets Allowed
    • Picnic Areas
    • Playground
    • Pond
    • Restaurant
    • Restrooms
    • Sand Play Area
    • Shelters
    • Shower Facility
    • Skateboard Area
    • Smoke Free
    • Street Soccer Court
    • Venue for Holding Events
    • Water Point
    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Woodball Lawn
Skyrise Greenery

Skyrise Greenery plays an important part in contributing towards Singapore’s vision of a City in Nature. Due to Singapore’s limited land space, skyrise greenery has increasingly become an essential component of sustainable urban development. Encompassing both rooftop greenery and vertical greenery, skyrise greenery seeks to add a new dimension of integrating greenery into our urban environment.

Within NParks, much effort has been put into research and the promotion of skyrise greenery through seminars, publications, awards and the development of guidelines and incentives.

Learn more about Skyrise Greenery today.

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  • 08092020 CITG NAC SQ

    Enjoy an evening of uniquely Singaporean music in the comfort of your own home, as we bring the Concert in the Gardens experience to you! Tune in to the “National Arts Council Singapore” Facebook and the “NParksSG” YouTube pages !

    08 Aug 2020 19:00PM - 20:00PM
    Various locations,
    across Singapore
    Free
  • mangroves

    Join us for a guided walk of this unique mangrove wetlands located at the border of freshwater (river) and salt water (sea). Singapore used to have large areas of mangroves, but lost most of them to coastal development. Few mangroves are left in Singapore, one of which is at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.

    15 Aug 2020 09:30AM - 11:00AM
    Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve,
    Visitor Centre
    Free
  • House 363B, an example of a typical Chinese family house in Kampongs

    Take a walk with us to experience Ubin's wonderful natural and cultural heritage.

    15 Aug 2020 09:30AM - 11:30AM
    Pulau Ubin,
    Assembly Area (Meeting Point 1)
    Charges:
    $60 / Group (for a maximum of 5 people)
Last updated on 14 July 2020

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