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Top 10 Nature Walks In Singapore For Kids

Singapore Walking Trails That Families Love!

Singapore has some stunning nature walks to enjoy with the kids.  From the tree top walk to hiking in Singapore MacRitchie Reservoir Park to The Southern Ridges – we have it all.  Pack a picnic, grab the bikes, and start exploring.

  • Seaside Walk Way At Labrador Nature Reserve Singapore

    Labrador Nature Reserve: Seaside Nature Walk In Singapore

    Labrador Nature Reserve is an oasis of natural wonder. The park is a favorite haunt of nature lovers. Take a leisurely stroll along one of the nature trails, and you may spot one of the resident squirrels or monitor lizard.

     

    How to get there: Alight at Labrador Park MRT station
    Park lighting hours: 7pm to 7am daily.

     

  • Entrance to Hort Park Singapore

    HortPark: Stroller-Friendly Nature Walk In Singapore

    Stroller friendly HortPark is popular with gardening enthusiasts, families, and community groups.  You can pair up this with a stroll along Southern Ridges or pair up with a visit to Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, Kent Ridge Park and Labrador Nature Reserve. You can join guided tours or attend workshops and talks - they have a lot.Get your little ones smelling the flowers.

     

    Park hours: 6am to 10pm
    Park lighting: 7pm to 7am

  • Wooden Staircase Through Nature At Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

    Bukit Timah Nature Reserve: Nature Wonderland With Trails In Singapore

    Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is home to 40% of our nation’s flora and fauna and has been a favorite spot for those looking to get close to nature. Climb Singapore’s tallest hill on trails that wind through pockets of the hillside. The view from the top is amazing. Piggy backs may be required for the little legs!

     

    How to get there: Parking is available at Dairy Farm Nature Park Carpark B.
    Opening hours: 6am to 7pm

  • Seaside Bike Path At West Coast Park Singapore

    West Coast Park: Stroller Friendly Nature Walk In Singapore

    The Adventure Play Area caters for toddlers to young adults, and is the heart and most active zone of stroller friendly West Coast Park. The western portion of the park is a haven for park visitors who enjoy adventurous activities, or take a trip to the Marsh Garden just watch out for creepy crawlies.

     

    How to get there: Bus stop ID: 17291, 16241
    Park lighting hours: 7pm to 7am

  • Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

    Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park: Nature Walks And Park In Singapore

    Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park is a great place for families to have a fun day out. There is a beautiful 3 km meandering river with thriving banks of wildflowers. The park features Pond Gardens and River Plains and is also home to a wide array of interesting fauna and flora, which makes it ideal for little nature lovers. It's stroller friendly too!

     

    How To Get There: By bus services (50,53, 55,58) from Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange or Bishan MRT Station.
    Park Lighting Hours: 7pm to 7am, Dog Run 7pm to 10pm

  • Punggol Waterway Park

    Punggol Waterway Park: Nature Walk In Singapore

    Punggol Waterway Park is a great place for park users to enjoy a fun-filled day of leisure activities. The park is segmented into four areas; Nature Cove, Recreation Zone, Heritage Zone and Green Gallery. There is a water playground for kids looking for wet-and-wild fun. Pack the binoculars and go bird watching!

     

    How To Get There: You can take the LRT from Punggol MRT Station to Damai LRT Station. Walk towards Punggol Road and you will find a path heading to the waterway. Buses to Punggol Bus Interchange: 3, 34, 43, 62, 82, 83, 84, 85, 136
    Park Lighting Hours: 7pm to 7am

  • MacRitchie Reservoir Park Singapore

    MacRitchie Reservoir Park: Nature Walks And Runs In Singapore

    MacRitchie Reservoir Park is a great spot for nature lovers. With hiking trails, a pontoon for kayakers and a canoe shed, it is also a great place for recreational activities, both on land and in water. The trails are decked, great for little legs.

     

    How To Get There: Nearest Bus Stop 51071 (Bus 52, 74, 93, 157,130, 132, 156, 157, 162, 162M, 165, 166, 167, 852 and 855, 980), Nearest MRT Caldecott MRT (CC17)
    Park Lighting Hours: 7pm to 7am

  • Mount Faber Park Singapore

    Mount Faber Park: Nature Walks And Visit Henderson Waves Nearby

    Once you’re at the top, this park offers some of the best views of Singapore. Take a 20-minute walk towards Henderson Waves a 274 meter-long pedestrian bridge that’s also Singapore’s highest. This is also great for scooters. Mount Faber Park has a variety of flora and fauna to interest everyone. Bird watching is a must!

     

    How to get there: Telok Blangah MRT
    Park lighting hours: 7pm to 7am daily

  • Pasir Ris Park

    Pasir Ris Park: Huge Nature Park And Playground And Walk In Singapore

    Housing a Mangrove Forest with multiple trails and a Mangrove Boardwalk, visitors can get close to all sorts of species. The Bird Watching Tower allows bird enthusiasts to observe birds in their natural surroundings. Spend the day and have hours of fun at the playground.

     

    How to get there: Bus stop no. 77129 (Opp Unit 104), 77119 (Aft Pasir Ris Way), 78109 (Downtown East), 78091 (Opp Downtown East)
    Park lighting hours: 7pm to 7am

  • Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

    Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve: Loads Of Nature Trails In Singapore

    Trekking through the many trails is essential. Take photos of crabs, shellfish, birds, spiders, and monitor lizards. Notebooks and binoculars are a must, perfect for the next school project.

     

    How to get there: Board SMRT Bus 925 from Kranji MRT Station. Alight at Kranji Reservoir Carpark B. Walk across the road to the Visitor Centre.
    Opening hours: 7am to 7pm daily

     

    Also Check Out:

    Chestnut Nature Park

    Choa Chu Kang Park

    Pang Sua Pond

    The Learning Forest

     

    For more information on the National Parks and discover what else they have to offer, visit, www.nparks.gov.sg.

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