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Nature

Henderson Waves Bukit Timah Nature Reserve Kai Kai & Jia Jia, River Safari

Must see & do:

✓ Walk with your head above the trees at the TreeTop Walk within MacRitchie Reservoir Park.

✓ Enjoy breakfast with orang-utans at Singapore Zoo

✓ Hire a bike to explore the roads, picturesque rivers and canals that links four of Singapore’s parks.

While you may rightly think of Singapore as a wonderfully modern and exciting twenty first century city with luxury hotels, shopping and entertainment, you’ll also find all kind of natural and wildlife attractions to be explored across the island.

Known for being a city in a garden, Singapore boasts a lot of green space, from the Botanic Gardens, Singapore Zoo, Gardens by the Bay and Jurong Bird Park to preserved rainforests, nature reserves, parks, mangroves, hiking trails and a wide variety of flora and fauna.

Discover for yourself and take a walk on the wild side in suburban Singapore!

Botanic Gardens

This lush sanctuary houses a wonderful plant collection of worldwide significance. Highlights include the National Orchid Garden, boasting the world’s largest orchid display, and the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden where children can play and learn about plant life.

Marine Life Park

Dive into Marine Life Park on Sentosa Island. Comprised of S.E.A. Aquarium™ with over 100,000 marine animals and Adventure Cove Waterpark™ where all the family can plunge into wet and wild fun.

Botanic Gardens

Southern Ridges/Henderson Waves

The Southern Ridges is a 6 mile stretch of green open spaces spanning the hills of some of Singapore’s most popular parks and gardens, connected by picturesque ridges and pathways. The Henderson Waves is a distinctive wave-like structure, set 118 feet above the road connecting two hilltops and is Singapore’s highest pedestrian bridge.

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

At nearly 540 feet, this is one of the most challenging trails in Singapore. It’s well worth the effort as there are wonderful views and plenty of wildlife to look out for, including long-tailed macaque monkeys.

Labrador Nature Reserve

Part of the Southern Ridges, this rich forest of biodiversity also played a part in Singapore’s military history. Thriving with wildlife, it’s a favourite haunt of nature lovers while history buffs can explore relics such as a World War II fort.

Fort Canning Park

For Canning was once home to Malay royalty and also the place where the British surrendered to the Japanese during World War II. Today, it’s full of attractions from ancient artefacts for history buffs to outdoor lawns for concerts, and greenery for nature lovers.

Changi Boardwalk

River Safari

Meander through rivers of the world, from the mighty Mississippi to the impressive Yangtze, and see over 5,000 aquatic and land animals at Asia’s only river-themed wildlife park.

Chinese Garden

This tranquil patch of ancient China has a beautifully manicured Bonsai Garden, a series of stone bridges, pagodas, a tea house and fascinating Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum.

Changi Point Coastal Walk

A hidden gem, this relatively easy boardwalk route hugs the scenic Changi coastline.

Chek Jawa, on Pulau Ubin, is one of Singapore’s richest eco-systems. The boardwalk along the coast is the best way to view the rich plant and marine life.

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