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Parks, Reserves, and Other Protected Areas in



National Parks

  • Fort Canning (www)
  • Singapore Botanic Gardens (www)

Nature Reserves

  • Bukit Timah (www)
  • Central Catchment (www)
  • Labrador (www)
  • Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve (www)

Marine Nature Areas

  • Southern Islands

Other Parks and Gardens

  • Ang Mo Kio Town Garden East (www)
  • Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West (www)
  • Bedok Reservoir Park (www)
  • Bishan Park (www)
  • Bukit Batok Nature Park (www)
  • Bukit Batok Town Park (www)
  • Changi Beach Park (www)
  • Choa Chu Kang Park (www)
  • Clementi Woods Park (www)
  • East Coast Park (www)
  • Esplanade Park (www)
  • Istana Park (www)
  • Kallang Riverside Park (www)
  • Kent Ridge Park (www)
  • Marina City Park (www)
  • Marina Promenade (www)
  • Mount Faber Park (www)
  • National Orchid Garden (www)
  • Pasir Ris Park (www)
  • Pasir Ris Town Park (www)
  • Pearl's Hill City Park (www)
  • Pulau Ubin Recreation Area (www)
  • Punggol Park (www)
  • Sembawang Park (www)
  • SunPlaza Park (www)
  • Telok Blangah Hill Park (www)
  • Toa Payoh Town Park (www)
  • War Memorial Park (www)
  • West Coast Park (www)
  • Woodlands Town Garden (www)
  • Yishun Park (www)
  • Zheneghua Park (www)
Protected Areas in Singapore
The National Parks Board (NParks) is a statutory board within the Ministry of National Development. It is responsible for developing and enhancing Singapore's image as a Garden City. NParks is tasked with providing and managing quality parks, greenery and related services to meet the needs of both residents and overseas visitors. Our Mission is "Let's make Singapore our Garden!".
NParks manages 1,763 ha of parks, playgrounds, park connectors and open spaces, and 3,326 ha of the Nature Reserves. Our roadside greenery is the backbone of our Garden City programme, and the Board maintains more than 4,200 ha of roadside greenery and vacant state land. NParks also owns the Singapore Botanic Gardens and Fort Canning Park, and is the trustee for the Nature Reserves.
NParks is responsible for preserving and promoting our nature parks - the Nature Reserves, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve and Pulau Ubin - as sanctuaries for wildlife, for plant and animal conservation, and as valuable resources for education and outdoor recreational activities.

Source: National Parks Board, Singapore