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Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
The highest hill in Singapore, Bukit Timah Hill at 164 metres is located in this reserve. Monkeys can be seen amongst the many trees. There is a visitor information centre at the base of the reserve. 177 Hindhede Drive, (1800 468 5736).

Central Catchment Nature Reserve – MacRitchie
100 hectare of forest around the MacRitchie Reservoir with boardwalks and walking tracks. The HSBC tree top walk is a 2.3 km long suspension bridge is a popular place to view the diversity of flora and fauna and connects the highest points of MacRitchie.

Chinese Garden
Lakes, pagodas and fountains in the Chinese garden. Location Yuan Ching Road. Open daily from 6am – 7pm.

East Coast Park
A long beach just off the East Coast Parkway. Cycling and jogging are popular and bicycles can be hired. A number of other attractions such as bowling, golf driving, tennis and squash courts are available and equipment can be hired. Nearest MRT Station Bedok.

Fort Canning Park
In the heart of the city a lush tranquil place. Nearest MRT Dhoby Ghaut.

Labrador Park
War time tunnels go under this park. MRT Harbourfront.

Mount Faber
This 56 hectare park with rainforest and good views. Location: Kampung Bahru Road .

Pasir Ris Park
A large park with the main feature being a mangrove swamp with boardwalks. There is large children's playground. Location: Pasir Ris Road , Nearest MRT Station Pasir Ris..

Singapore Botanic Gardens
A well laid out garden with the National Orchid Garden displaying a variety of orchids. Location 1 Cluny Road . Open daily from 5am – midnight.

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
An 87 hectare park where many migratory birds stop over and observation hides for good viewing. 301 Neo Tiew Crescent. (65 6794 1401). Nearest MRT station Kranji.


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