Videos

Show your students the beauty of our green spaces through our videos on the flora and fauna that can be found in our City in a Garden.

 

NParks Corporate Video

 

Learn how NParks has achieved its mission of greening Singapore. Find out about various NParks initiatives and measures such as the development of park connector networks, streetscape, skyrise greenery and much more. Hear from one of our nation’s forefathers, former Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew, as he talks about why he started the greening campaign in the 1960s.

 

City in a Garden

 

Get a glimpse of the past, present and future of Singapore’s greening journey. Watch how our homeland has transformed over the years, and learn how prominent figures in Singapore’s history have made our nation into the City in a Garden it is today.

 

 

Discover the unique features that make our world-class city stand out and the wonders that make us call it home. Be enthralled as you watch our urban landscapes integrated with greenery and nature, creating gardens that are rich in cultural and historical value, and where the flora is rich and diverse.

 

Biodiversity in Singapore

 

 

 

Did you know that the Oriental Pied Hornbill was extinct locally around 150 years ago? Find out how the Singapore Hornbill Project successfully reintroduced these beautiful birds back into the wild with the help of nest boxes designed by a dedicated team of researchers from NParks.

 

Did you know that during the incubation stage, the female Oriental Pied Hornbill seals herself with her eggs in the nest, and depends on her mate to feed her? Learn about the various stages in the Oriental Pied Hornbill breeding cycle. This video may also be relevant for the teaching of Science topics such as biodiversity and life cycle of birds. 

 

 

Discover the amazing flora and fauna that can be found in Singapore. Be astounded by the wide variety of biodiversity that thrives in our rainforest, mangroves and even under the sea! Learn why conservation of our natural heritage is crucial, and how to preserve it so that the next generation of Singaporeans too can have the opportunity to discover and explore our nation’s rich native biodiversity.

 

Learn about the wildlife in our parks and water bodies by following the journey of Kaya the otter through a short animation video. Suitable for preschool children.

This video was created as part of the Biodiversity Week for Schools programme, a Community in Nature initiative by NParks.

 

Did you know that trees have played a significant role in the development of Singapore? Find out more about the history of trees in this video.

This video was created as part of the Biodiversity Week for Schools programme, a Community in Nature initiative by NParks.

 

While it may seem that Singapore is a concrete jungle, nearly half of the country is actually covered in greenery! Find out more about the common trees in Singapore in this video.

This video was created as part of the Biodiversity Week for Schools programme, a Community in Nature initiative by NParks.

 

NParks Skyrise Greenery

Trying to get your students to think out of the box? Skyrise greenery explores innovative methods of integrating green elements into built environments, creating beautiful landscape features such as rooftop gardens and vertical greenery. Learn more about the Skyrise Greenery Incentive Scheme and find out how your school can apply.

 

Nature Conservation in Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

Discover Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, where one of the last few stretches of primary rainforests in Singapore can be found. Find out how Bukit Timah Hill changed from a remote forgotten hill to the vibrant nature reserve it is today. Learn more about this treasured rainforest and discover the numerous species of flora and fauna that can be found here. 

 

Last updated on 07 December 2017

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