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Nature Parks in Singapore

Singapore Botanic Gardens, The Learning Forest, MacRitchie Reservoir, Sembawang Hot Spring Park, Fort Canning Park, Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park , Southern Islands, G-Max Reverse Bungy, Haw Par Villa, Sentosa Luge & Skyride and many more. Explore!

If you are someone who loves to breathe fresh air in the midst of the bustling megacity, then Singapore parks will truly provide you with the most tranquil atmosphere. These lush green parks attract nature lovers into their green spaces giving your lungs a boost of vitality. Singapore is dotted with many nature parks, reptile parks, and botanical gardens where you can spend some time in relaxation with your loved ones.

While you can rejuvenate your body, mind, and soul, you can also head out on overnight safaris. While you can spend time birdwatching, you can also capture picture perfect snaps in the beautiful and colorful flower gardens. The nature parks in Singapore like Singapore Botanical Gardens and The Learning Forest have got a whopping collections of more than 1000 species and 2000 hybrid orchids.

The reptiles park spread over an area of 2 hectares is yet another major attraction in Singapore that not only serves as a habitat for fauna but also serves as a visual treat for visitors. These verdant spaces of MacRitchie Reservoir in the midst of towering structures have become a source of inspiration as well as an arena of being in line with nature.
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Nature Parks in Singapore

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Singapore Botanic Gardens

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This lush tropical paradise in the middle of the city is without a doubt one of Singapore's most popular national parks, and the only one to be designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A small tropical rainforest, a ginger garden, and an orchid garden with more than 300 varieties of flora are among the attractions in the city's centre.

This attractive spot is ideal for viewing exotic plants, trees, and flowers, as well as a variety of colourful birds and insects. As you travel through this botanical paradise, prepare to be awed by the sweeping vistas, charming lakes with swans, and a gorgeous Orchid Garden. The Singapore Parks are best visited early in the morning or late in the afternoon, as it may be rather hot during the day. There are numerous restaurants and a food court on the garden grounds where you may obtain delicious food and drinks to get rid of all hunger pangs!


Location:  1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569
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The Learning Forest

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The Learning Forest, which is located in the Botanic Gardens, was created to integrate with the existing 6-hectare rainforest to create a larger forest habitat. Unlike with the rest of the Botanical Garden, the Learning Forest is more quaint and bustling, with different areas for outdoor enthusiasts to explore.

The area can be explored on foot, thanks to a network of boardwalks and elevated pathways that bring tourists closer to nature. Begin at the lowlands and the ground and gradually work your way higher. You can also stand on an overhead bridge and leisurely observe the entire area. 


Location: 1 Cluny Rd, Botanical Garden, Singapore 259569
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For those who love to spend some time in nature, then Garden by the Bay is a must-visit destination for you while in Singapore. Garden by the Bay is a nature stop traversing 101 hectares (250 sections of land) of recovered land in focal Singapore, contiguous the Marina Reservoir.

The park center comprises of three waterfront gardens likely Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden. The biggest of the patio nurseries is Bay South Garden at 54 hectares.

Highlights: Bay South Garden is the biggest of the patio nurseries. Motivated by an orchid, the plan takes after Singapore's national bloom, Vanda 'Miss Joaquim'. You can't miss the monstrous Supertrees here. These tree-formed vertical greenery enclosures are between nine to 16 stories tall. Stroll on the suspended walkway between two Supertrees to appreciate a 10,000 foot perspective of the greenhouses. At night, get the sky show of choreographed lights and sounds at the Garden Rhapsody in the midst of the Supertrees.
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MacRitchie Reservoir

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The MacRitchie Reservoir Treetop Walk is a large project and a pioneer of its kind among the Singapore Parks. The wooden walking bridge allows you to observe Singapore from a different perspective, with no tall buildings in sight and only a spectacular panoramic view of the forest.

The view of the forest canopy from the walk along the bridge is unusual. From flying lemurs to tree frogs and pangolins, the wildlife of Madagascar is diverse. Long-tailed macaque monkeys are more abundant, but be aware: they're used to being fed by irresponsible tourists and can be extremely violent. Depending on the route you choose, the round-trip hike can take anywhere from three to five hours. It's a great day out, but it's not for individuals who are terrified of wide areas. 


Location: Lornie Road, Singapore
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Fort Canning Park

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Fort Canning Park is a park in the centre of Singapore that also serves as one of the country's most popular historical landmarks. Fort Canning Park is a historic region with an amazing underground WWII tunnel complex and other art and history attractions.

The shrine of Sultan Iskandar Shah, the final monarch of the former kingdom of Singapura, is also located on the hill, which is important to Malays. The tombstone inscriptions, which are short but heartfelt, provide an intriguing and often touching peek into the lives of Singapore's early colonial inhabitants. With plenty of walking routes and exotic flora, the park provides a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of daily life, and it is a popular place for art exhibitions and performances.


Location: Fort Canning Hill, Singapore
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East Coast Park is an urban-themed beach that is one of the best getaways in Singapore. The theme of the park is ‘Recreation for All’ and it has everything a child from 2 years to an old man would want. Each year 7 million tourists flock in to spend leisure hours in the park. The park is stretched over 15 km of coastline and has a welcoming ambiance. People who love the road can jog or take a cycle ride and water babies can have fun with Cable Skiing and other water sports.

Highlights: various water and land sports and recreational activities, public restrooms with shower facilities, Xtreme Skate Park for skating enthusiasts, a picturesque coastline. Getting there is very easy as you will be benefited from different transportation facilities. For the foodies, the park offers amazing resto-bars, cafés Bistros, etc.
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Coney Island Singapore (Pulau Serangoon), stretching for 133 hectares with a 2.4 km long path and a 2-km long beach, features coastal forests, mangroves, grasslands, casuarina woodlands, and 157 species of animals and 80 varieties of birds. Besides having a rich history, it houses a wide range of flora and fauna, some of which are seriously in danger of extinction.

Once you set your foot here, nature surrounds you from all sides- be it a paved walkway with pulled out casuarina trees due to a nasty weather, or your stumbling upon wild boars, crabs, snakes, monkeys, otters, or exotic birds.Whether it is the sitting benches, boardwalks, signboards made from recycled wood, solar-powered water pumps, or rainwater in the toilets, all indicate that Coney Island is an environment-friendly park with scores of green initiatives. 

If you love bird watching, you can spot colorful birds including the oriental magpie-robins, vibrant parakeets, and Baya weavers building their big, intricate nests on blooming Acacia trees. Coney Island is an adventure-seeker’s paradise.

Whether you would like to enjoy a bike ride or take delight in a fun-filled boat ride or Jet Ski, the park has it all. Again, bicycling makes your trip a tad convenient to move up the walkways as you feel the cool, balmy breeze kissing your cheeks, while you take in the captivating scenery around.
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Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

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Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, one of the largest urban Singapore parks and is  tucked within HDB estates, is a popular place for residents living in the Central-Northern districts of the city to take a quick vacation from the hectic city life.

It's a terrific area to take in the sights, sounds, and smells of the forest on well-marked hiking and mountain bike trails. It's also great for family vacations where kids can learn about the local flora and animals. 


Location: 1384 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Singapore
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Bukit Timah Reserve is perched on top of the highest peak of Singapore, Bukit Timah (163 meters). It is a very small reserve (around 1.5 km stretch), yet preserves 40% of the country’s flora and fauna. In spite of its small size, this national rainforest shelters more species of trees than the North American continent.

The only way to reach the top is by trekking, which is fun and adventurous as you will encounter many species of flora and animals on the way up.

Highlights: Declared in 2011 – ASEAN heritage site; Trek to the Bukit Timah through a steep and slippery trail; dwelling to many native wildlife such as pythons, long tailed macaques which you may see on the way up.

There’s also an eco-link, an ecological bridge that connects the Bukit Timah to the Central Catchment reserve.

        

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Sembawang Hot Spring Park

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Sembawang Hot Spring Park, off Gambas Avenue, has new cascading pools, a water collection station, and informational boards where visitors may learn about the history and geology of Singapore's sole hot spring park.

The park's rural setting, reminiscent of old kampungs, carries many collective memories for the community, and is enhanced by unpaved trails and naturalised streams flowing from the park. The new Floral Walk allows visitors to see fruit trees and edible plants that are typically seen in kampungs. Interpretive signs at key areas provide information on the site's history and the geothermal processes that lead to the formation of a hot spring. 


Location: Along, Gambas Ave, Singapore
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Lower Seletar Reservoir Park

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Lower Seletar Reservoir Park is a wonderful site for leisure activities both on land and in water, with turquoise waters and gentle winds. Fitness buffs congregate to the park on a regular basis for lengthy, leisurely strolls or jogs.

The beauty and quiet of the surroundings are best appreciated from the benches along the reservoir's edge. There's something for everyone at Family Bay, which includes a new performance stage, a water play area, a bioswale rain garden, and a Heritage Bridge. With a Rower's Bay and a PA Water-Venture store providing leisure kayak rentals, the park is also a popular spot for kayaking and dragon-boating. So, while admiring the scenery, spend a day canoeing down the magnificent waters of the reservoir. 


Location: Yishun Ave 1, Lower Seletar Reservoir Park, Singapore 769139
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Kranji Marshes

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Kranji Wetlands is one of Singapore's largest freshwater marshes, with more than 170 bird species, 54 butterfly species, and 33 dragonfly species. During raptor migratory season, one of the specialist bird hides waiting for you along your trip is probably the ideal place to observe timid marsh birds like the Black Baza or Japanese Sparrowhawk.

This place has also served as a military camp prior to the Japanese invasion. Heading over to this park, you will get to witness some of the war memorials as well as cemeteries. Reaching the marshes is also a fun filled affair as you will get to take a short trek amidst alluring nature. 


Location: 11 Neo Tiew Lane 2, Singapore
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Admiralty Park

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Admiralty Park, which is located in Woodlands, is the largest park in the north and contains the largest nature area within an urban park. This park boasts the most slides of any Singapore parks, including the widest and longest slides.

The playground takes advantage of the undulating terrain to place the three main play zones – Junior Play, Adventure Play, and Family Terracing Play – which appeal to children of all ages. More than 100 species of flora and wildlife can be found in the natural reserve, which includes a diverse mix of secondary forest, mangrove, riverine, and open grassland habitats. Visitors can learn about the various forest species, see swarms of dragonflies, and witness monkeys in their natural habitat, or emerge from the secondary forest near the car park to appreciate the butterflies. 


Location: 6A Admiralty Rd, Singapore 732006
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Mount Faber, originally known as Telok Blangah Hill is Singapore's second-highest hill and the park atop the hill is named as Mount Faber Park after Captain Charles Edward Faber in July 1845.

It is among the oldest parks of Singapore and a major tourist attraction for nature lovers. Standing at an elevation of 105 metres Mount Faber is nestled inside the Bukit Merah town in Central Singapore overlooking Telok Blangah hill and the western region of the Central Area.

The 0.8 Km long trail at Mount Faber aka Mount Walk meanders through the hilly terrain offering a breath-taking panorama of the Southern Islands and the whole of the southern part of Singapore. The tropical rain forest on the slopes of Mount Faber is home to exotic flora and fauna and also helps in stabilising the hilly terrain.

Being a part of the Southern Ridges, the park comprises of the Kent Ridge Park, Hort Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park and Labrador Nature Reserve.

On a cable car journey from Mount Faber to Sentosa Island, you can appreciate a bird's eye view of the landscaped gardens of the southern part of Singapore and the Southern Islands including the Faber Point- the pinnacle of the Mount Faber Park.

The murals on one side of the park depicting the local history of the region and the iconic tree planted on the First Tree Planting Day are the two highlighted things to see in the park.

The city also offers an eye-catching night view from atop a cable car. At one end of the cable car station atop the Faber Peak is a dining area where you can chill out after an exciting ride. Although you can drive all the way to the Faber Point, it’s really fun to hike along the small trails amidst the verdant hill up to the summit. 

Mount Faber Park is a bustling tourist destination in Singapore for environmentalists offering a plethora of scenic spots to explore and appreciate the unbound flora and fauna of the region. It’s also a great destination for a family picnic, especially if you are taking kids on your trip. 
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The Southern Ridges

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The Southern Ridges are ideal for outdoor activities, particularly for runners, hikers, and environment lovers. Around Southern Ridges, there are various distinct paths, all of which are well connected and have adequate facilities along the way, such as restrooms, vending machines, restaurants, and cafes.

The best part about the Southern Ridges is that visitors can take as much time as they like because there are numerous public transportation stops along the route. Heading over to this place, you will be able to walk for a stretch of 10 km that connects a diverse flora and fauna with many short trails in between. Southern Ridges happen to be much loved by bird-watchers and nature lovers because of the presence of myriad avian species, including red-whiskered bulbuls and banded bay cuckoos.


Location: Southern Ridges, Singapore 
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Hort Park

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Located in the Southwestern part of Singapore, Hort Park is considered to be the very first stop for gardening hubs in Asia. When you come over to this, you will also be able to enjoy the beauty of the nearby parks like Kent Ridge, Mount Faber Park, and Telok Blangah Hill Park.

HortPark is a gardening and leisure concept with 20 themed gardens, including the Fantasy Garden, which portrays characters from the Wizard of Oz. There's also a tree-climbing zone, a recycling garden, and a water garden. HortPark joins Telok Blangah Hill Park with Kent Ridge Park by providing a connection. It's also a popular spot for sight-seeing and watching the spectacular Singapore sunset. 


Location: 33 Hyderabad Rd, Singapore 119578
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Southern Islands

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Southern islands is an assortment of islets that are located in the Central Region of Singapore. This region was once upon a time the home to native Malay Islanders and sea nomads. The popular islands that make up the southern islands of Singapore are Sentosa Island, Kusu Island, St John's Island, Pulau Seringat, Lazarus Island, Pulau Tekukor and the two Sisters' Islands.

This is a breathtaking region that you must visit during your trip to enjoy the alluring natural beauty as well as witness colorful birds. 


Location: Southern Islands, Singapore
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Labrador Nature Reserve

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This is one among Singapore's best-kept national parks, with a gorgeous sea vista and an oasis of serenity amidst the city's noise. This hidden treasure is easily accessible by public transportation and is ideal for jogging, fishing, and watching the sunset.

Two small children's playgrounds are also available. Overall, Labrador Nature Reserve is a lovely area to go for an evening stroll or a leisurely bike ride while listening to forest birds and rustling leaves. Explore the mangrove woodlands along Berlayer Creek, witness WWII treasures, or have a picnic with barbecue dinners. 


Location: Labrador Villa Rd, Singapore 119187
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Tourists usually confuse PulauUbin as Malaysia but in reality it is Singapore’s offshore island. It is very popular as it still holds and nurtures the last of Kampong culture. Every part of the island delivers a mystic and earthy environment; the village is quaint, the beach water as glorious as possible and the surrounded landscape is a picture from the early 19the century. The best way to reach the island is by a ferry departing from Changi Village terminal. If a boat is occupied with 12 passengers, it takes off. If you want to experience the rare Kampong Village, the best mode of transport is a rental bike accessible in the village.

Highlights: The Beach is amidst unkempt and rural surroundings played by spice trees, creepy looking plantations and bushes, mysterious looking lizards and weird sounds of birds floating from the jungle, mangroves, and The Chek Java jetty. The food in the local village is worth everything and is a must try.

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Tampines Eco Green

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Tampines Eco-Green is undoubtedly one of the least polluted Singapore Parks, with no lamps, no pavements, and the sole toilet with a natural flush. There is no set map to follow, although there are plenty of notice boards to assist you.

Look for perching birds such as the Bulbul bird in the bird hides, or relax on one of the park's wood benches. A Nature Playgarden is also available for children to discover and connect with nature by playing with sand and gravel or making music with hanging bamboo poles. 


Location: Tampines Ave 9, Singapore 520491
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Amusement Parks in Singapore

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If you are planning for some family outing along with your family then this place should definitely be on your bucket list. Universal Studio Singapore is a theme park which highlights a tempting choice of attractions, rides and stimulation for families and daredevil. Family holidays will never be this exciting ever. There are in total 6 roller coaster in this exotic theme park.

Highlights: While you are at the Universal Studio enter into the exciting universe of motion picture enchantment as you Ride the Movies on thrill rides and other motion picture-themed attractions. Be amazed and charmed by an immersive excitement encounter that breathes life into the silver screen.
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A memorable and lifetime experience!! The Wild Wild Wet is Singapore’s largest water theme park featuring remarkable water games and other thrilling experiences that would leave both children and grownups breathless and seeking for more. The park opened in the year 2004 and is known for its efficient safety management. 

The park is wholesome family entertainment; thus has been awarded the Pro-Family Business Mark award. Few of their effective facilities include free lifejackets, baby 

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Live entertainments such as mermaid tales, sensational jets, etc. Relaxing floats along the River Shiok, 8 Adrenalin pumping rides, UllarLah being the most favored one, and fancy shopping haunts and eateries.
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Haw Par Villa

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Haw Par Villa is a must-see for history fans who want to immerse themselves in Chinese culture and religious beliefs. Chinese history spans millennia and is full of fascinating stories. It is one of the world's oldest cultures.

Haw Par Villa is well-known for its dramatic portrayals of Chinese folklore's Ten Courts of Hell, which many Singaporeans find fascinating.  Many Singaporeans will  recall being taken to this place by their parents as children in order to learn about the strict character of traditional Chinese morals. ‘Finding Your Tao In Haw Par Villa: The Tiger Balm Garden Story' is a must-see for culture buffs. The trip combines the park's history with fascinating tales of Chinese mythology and philosophy. So, get ready for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. 


Location: 262 Pasir Panjang Rd, Singapore 118628
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The Adventure Cove Water Park in Singapore is one such adventure-packed aquatic zone which is ranked among the top ten water parks in Asia since 2015.

The water park fairly boosts of its thrilling water rides including the Riptide Rocket which is the first hydromagnetic coaster of Southeast Asia and the Adventure River which is the world’s longest lazy river stretching for about 650 metres.

The water park is equipped with modern water sports gears and safety devices to ensure safety and adventure to the guests irrespective of age. The unique feature of the Adventure Cove Water Park lies in the array of marine experiences `including a close encounter with a host of marine animals.

The most highlighted water sport of the Adventure Cove Waterpark is the Rainbow Reef which offers guests snorkel amidst the beautiful reef in the company of more than 20,000 tropical fish. The Shark Encounter and the Ray Bay are the best-attempted sports for adrenaline junkies.

For the fun in between the daring rides and cool splashes, you can chill out at the Bluewater Bay or take a tube and slide down the Adventurous River and give your guts a good try. In a nutshell, for a day of unlimited wet and wild fun, your ultimate destination is the Adventure Cove Water Park in Singapore.

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G-Max Reverse Bungy

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Bungee jumping in Singapore is one of the great thrills you may experience during your trip wimping out once you reach the top. It buckles you into the capsule while you're still on the ground, then launches you 60 metres into the air with the push of a button.

It's exciting, fast-paced, and professionally supervised. Another option is a trampoline bungee, which allows you to perform flips and somersaults while bouncing up to 8 metres in the air. The towering white metal supports reaching high into the sky, lighted at night to provide even more of a spectacle, are quite a sight at Clarke Quay. 

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3E River Valley Road, Clarke Quay, Block E, Singapore 179024

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The River Safari Singapore is the largest and the first zoo and aquarium built on river theme. Built over a sprawling 12 hectares in between the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari Singapore, the park hails of its exotic biodiversity and wildlife found in the banks of the Amazon, Mississippi, Nile, Yangtze and so on.

The River Safari is one of the must visit places in Singapore and it also has the largest freshwater aquarium in the world. The rainforest setting of the park allures tourists to embark on different cruises and other riverine sports that bring them close to the varied marine creatures inhabiting in the watercourses. 

The River Safari is home to 6,000 animals of more than 300 different species. About 40 among them belong to the endangered species that include the Giant Salamander (largest amphibian in the world) and the Giant Mekong Catfish.

One of the chief wildlife attractions of the River Safari park is a pair of Giant Panda which is one of the national treasures of China. The pair was brought to Singapore from China in 2012 to commemorate the twentieth year of Sino-Singapore diplomatic relations.

Besides a diverse range of wild animals, the reserve is also home to more than 150 categories of flora that gives a comfort zone to the animals who inhabit there. The freshwater aquarium of the River Safari park is home to a number of ferocious marine predators viz.

Piranha, Sharks and many more and watching them in their natural habitat and at times getting close to them will certainly challenge your guts. Rest assured, you will be thrilled and amused at the same time by their aggressive gestures in the aquarium.

There are different exciting water rides and cruises in the watercourses of the park for visitors through different zones. The two most popular are the Amazon River Quest and the Wild Amazonia which lets you meet the endangered animals from close proximity and gather fair knowhow about them.

Last but not least, you have a great chance to complement your trip to the River Park with a delectable platter at any of the themed restaurants inside the park.

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to explore the wildlife during the night time? Sounds interesting right? Well then now is the time you should head out for the night safari in Singapore. Night Safari is the world’s first nocturnal zoo which is already a hit among the people all over the world.

The Night Safari right now houses more than 2,500 animals with more than 130 species, of which 38% are undermined species. The Night Safari is overseen by Wildlife Reserves Singapore. It is separated into seven geological zones, which can be investigated either by walking by means of four strolling trails, or by cable car.

Highlights: The animals of the Night Safari, includes from Indian rhinoceros to tarsiers, are made obvious by lighting that looks like moonlight. In spite of the fact that it is brighter than full moonlight by a couple of requests of greatness, it diminishes enough not to aggravate nighttime and crepuscular creatures' conduct. London based lighting originator Simon Corder made the lighting for Night Safari.

Location: The Night Safari is located at 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore. 

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Sentosa Luge & Skyride

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Jump on the Skyride for a picturesque trip on a 4-seater chairlift that provides you a bird's eye perspective of the Singapore skyline for those who want to take things a little simpler. The rails are packed with twists, curves, and tunnels that will send shivers down your spine.

As night sets, snuggle in for a romantic ride under the stars, soaking up the ambience and catching glimpses of the mesmerising scenery. You'll feel the wind in your hair as you race down the rails, which are sure to keep you coming back; also, as you board the Skyride, you'll enjoy a bird's eye view of Sentosa Island. So, to make the most of your trip to Singapore, ride the Skyline Luge and let gravity and your spirit of adventure take care of the rest. 


Location: 1 Imbiah Rd, Singapore 099692
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AJ Hackett Sentosa

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Aj Hackett Sentosa is a beachfront fun centre that features a giant swing, a vertical skywalk, bungee jumping, and skybridge as well. Coming over to this place, you will get to enjoy a  thrilling pastime that will give you a shiver down your spine.

Tourists come over to this place from all over the world to try out bungee jumping as it is one of the highest jumps in the world. You will be able to have a great time standing about 50 meters above the beautiful Siloso beach and enjoying the vibe. 


Location: 30 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099011
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Snow City

Snow City is a wonderful indoor snow centre that celebrates all of the joys of the cold in a fun, engaging, and instructive manner. So go to Singapore's Snow City and experience a frightening polar journey. Winter sports, igloos, simulated snowfall, and even making your own snowman are all available.

In a magnificent winter wonderland, be surrounded by life-size snow sculptures of our mascots. Also, at The Upper Mezzanine level, feel the delicate touch of falling snowflakes, or travel down to the Arctic Snow Slide for an exciting three-story high trip down. So, visit Singapore's Snow City and immerse yourself in a chilling winter paradise.


Location: 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433
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We booked our tour from Delhi to Singapore to Malaysia. I must say it was a different experience as we covered two different foreign lands in a single trip. It was very captivating for us to know two different cultures and traditions. It was a complete family trip as a whole.

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  1. Which are the best theme parks in Singapore?

    1. Universal studios, Singapore: This Singapore theme park is enormous, with multiple theme parks linked by innovative technology and a roller coaster with a unique design. Battlestar Galactica, along with the Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure and the Transformers ride, is regarded as one of the most thrilling rides in the park.

    There are also various remodelled avenues from Paris and Hollywood where you may buy souvenirs or grab something to eat at one of the kiosks.

    2. Adventure Cove Waterpark: This is an exploring site where you can mix with splashes of water by floating down their chutes and slides, as the name suggests. This is one of the top Singapore water parks since it offers snorkelling in a water park where you can witness various aquatic species in their natural habitat.

    3. Jurong Bird Park: When you visit the Jurong Bird Park, you will be surrounded by over 5000 birds fluttering around you in Asia's largest aviary. An artificial waterfall, as uplifting as a real one, can be found inside this bird park, which is home to over 600 species; you can easily photograph this view from the suspension bridge. Join the caretakers at various bird feeding times where you can help feed the birds.

    4. River Safari Singapore: This theme park in Singapore is created to look like a wildlife park so that animals can feel like they're in their natural habitat. Among the many thousands of creatures on display are monkeys, crocodiles, manatees, and flamingos, to name a few, as well as marine life species in the vast freshwater tank.

  2. Which are the best nature parks in Singapore?

    1. Coney Island: This environmentally friendly park, which employs fallen tree wood for all of the park's signage, benches, and the boardwalk over the mangrove swamp, is a rustic retreat that retains the island's natural nature. While exploring the island's woods and secluded beaches, keep a look out for local macaques, uncommon birds, and butterflies.

    2. Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve: Put on your best hiking boots and trek through the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve's marshes to learn more about the plants and creatures that live in this mangrove forest. Rent binoculars or reserve a space at an observation hide to go bird-watching. On the mangrove boardwalks, there are additional nature trails where you may see mudskippers, monkeys, and climbing crabs.

    3. Chestnut Park: Chestnut Nature Park is one of the largest Singapore parks, covering 81 hectares and featuring distinct mountain bike and hiking trails. It will take you three to four hours to complete the walk, but you will encounter unusual species as well as secret streams and lakes. Hiking here can be adventurous and a perfect weekend getaway for people who want to take a break from the monotonous city life.
  3. What is the best time to visit Singapore?

    The best time to visit Singapore would be from the month of December to the month of June. You will get to experience a dry climate from the month of February and April with the least amount of rain, bright sunshine, and low humidity. All these make tourism activities comfortable.
  4. How to reach Singapore?

    By Air: It would definitely be convenient to reach Singapore by air. There are eight airports in Singapore that facilitate both domestic and international flights. The main airport is located in Changi and has world class facilities. You can get direct flights on a regular basis from some of the major cities across the world like New York, London, Shanghai, Paris, Sydney, Delhi, etc. Some of the major flight operators in Singapore are Air China, Air France, Air India, Bangkok Airways, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways and many more.

    By Bus:
    Singapore is accessible by road from Peninsular Malaysia, through two land crossings, namely Johor–Singapore Causeway and Malaysia–Singapore Second Link. You can travel through some of the popular operators like KKKL, Aeroline, First Coach, NiCE, Transnasional, Transtar and many more.

    By Train:
    Singapore has got train connectivity to Malaysia via shuttle train service between JB Sentral in Johor Bahru, Malaysia and Woodlands Train Checkpoint in Singapore. Once you reach Woodlands KTM station, you can book taxis to reach your destination.
  5. What is Singapore Famous for?

    Singapore is one of the bustling metropolises and a noteworthy tourist destination that is famous for its avatarish gardens, deliciously spicy recipes, stunning Marina Bay Sands pool, bustling shopping complexes, culture, statues, and modern architectural marvels. It is a lively city that has got its very own charm to enthuse you during your stay.