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|Singapore's Eco Activities
|Contents here are directly sourced from the National Park. Please refer to http://www.nparks.gov.sg for full National Park programs.
- 1. Central Nature Reserve
- 2. Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
- 3. Singapore Botanic Garden
- 4. MacRitchie Reservoir
Embark on this "Earth & Water" walk, suitable for young children, to understand why forests are so amazing and their relationship with our most essential necessity – water.
For more information please see details
- 5. Fort Canning Park
- Trees of Fort
Embark on this adventure and discover the secret lives of our heritage trees and more!
Our nature-loving guides from The Green Volunteers will walk you through this public park that has undergone a series of historical transformation through the centuries.
- Heritage on the hill
This approximately 2 1/2hour FREE programme will highlight the changing faces of Fort Canning through the centuries.
- The Fort Canning Spice Trail
Join us as we guide you along The Fort Canning Spice Trail and discover the fascinating world of spices.
For more information and contact please see details
- 6. Hortpark
latest attraction - Butterfly Garden - is an experimental project that supports efforts for a Butterfly Species Recovery Programme. It aims to breed various butterfly species, including locally extince species using suitable nectar and host plants in the enclosure.
For more information please call 6471 5601.
- 7. Bukit Batok Nature Park
The one hour tour at Bukit Batok Nature Park
highlights the interesting plants and wildlife that can be found in an established secondary forest habitat. The walk will allow participants to appreciate the importance of forests in their daily lives.
For more information please email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- 8. Labrador Park
- Heritage comes alive
From 14th century Temasek to 20th century Singapore, let's discover the rich heritage Labrador Nature Reserve has to offer. During the early years of trading to the defence of Singapore during World War II, Labrador Nature Reserve has played a role in them. Join us!
- Tresasure trove
Marine habitat is important in a well-balanced living ecosystem. Their survival in today’s complex environment is critical for their sustainability and is affected by human interference. It is important to understand and protect their living habitat and ensure their continued survival in the entire living ecosystem.
- Fascinating forest
Come and experience the fascinating forest of Labrador Nature Reserve. LNR is a gazetted reserve, which contains an indigenous ecosystem that houses Singapore’s rich biodiversity including Singapore’s only protected coastal cliff vegetation and rocky shore.
For more information please email to Mohd_Roslee_Ali@nparks.gov.sg
- 9. Yishun Park
- Forest of the elders
The one hour tour at Bukit Batok Nature Park highlights the Come and join us in the nature walk to learn about the beautiful and important forest trees in the Dipterocarp Arboretum of Yishun Park. Find out how the fauna life exist to live together with these giants in the forest!
For more information please email to Nanthini_Elamgovan@nparks.gov.sg
- 10. Admiralty Park
- Roots, shoots and fruits!
The Plant Kingdom is made up of a large variety of plants that use different methods according to the habitats they thrive in for survival. This guided walk highlights how different plants have adapted to the environment to allow successful growth and reproduction in Admiralty Park.
- Exploring back mangroves!
Have you heard about "Merbau", "Merawan" and "Punna"? These are actually trees found in our back-mangroves. They are tough plants that can survive in very poor aerated soil and occasional flooding. These useful plants are beneficial to humans. Come and learn more about them and their interesting properties!
For more information please email to Raem_Tan@nparks.gov.sg
- 11. Pasir Ris Park
- Up close and personal
A precious pocket of mangrove around Sungei Tampines was preserved when Pasir Ris Park was created. A boardwalk weaves through this important ecosystem, bring visitors close to its plants and animals.
- Kitchen garden tour
Excite your senses wiht out Kitchen Garden Tour. Find out how vegetables are grown before it gets onto your plate. You will also learn about some natural remedies that our grandmothers might have planted in their own backyard.
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- 12. Pulau Ubin
- Chek Jawa Guided Tour
Join us for a one hour guided tour to discover and learn about Chek Jawa's six ecosystems and the diverse array of animals that inhabits these unique habitats.
Guided tours are conducted on days when tides recedes to 0.5 metres and below for at least two hours when the intertidal flats are revealed.
- Sensory trail
Experience Ubin's wonderful nature through your different senses along our Sensory Trail. The walk is easy going and takes about 1½ hours to complete. This is an excellent introduction to the rustic and natural character of the island.
For more information and booking, please visit here