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Kite flying

Grab your kite and head down to the open spaces in our parks for a day of fun.

Kite flying can be a fun activity for anyone to enjoy as you spend a windy day out at our parks.

Note

You may need a permit if you are flying kites outside of allowed areas or above designated heights. Find out more from the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS).

Where not to fly kites

Observe the "No flying" signs in our parks and nature reserves.

You cannot fly kites and drones at the following parks:

  • Bukit Batok Nature Park
  • Bukit Batok Town Park
  • Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
  • Central Catchment Nature Reserve (MacRitchie)
  • Changi Beach Park
  • Chestnut Nature Park
  • Dairy Farm Nature Park
  • Hindhede Nature Park
  • Jurong Lake Gardens
  • Kranji Coastal Nature Park
  • Kranji Marshes
  • Kranji Reservoir Park
  • Labrador Nature Reserve (inclusive of Labrador Nature Park, Berlayer Creek and Bukit Chermin boardwalk)
  • Lim Chu Kang Nature Park
  • Lower Peirce Reservoir Park
  • Mandai Mangroves & Mudflat Nature Park
  • Pasir Panjang Nursery
  • Pulau Ubin
  • Rail Corridor
  • Rifle Range Nature Park
  • Singapore Botanic Gardens
  • Springleaf Nature Park
  • Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve (inclusive of Cashin House and Southern Extension)
  • Thomson Nature Park
  • Upper Peirce Reservoir Park
  • Upper Seletar Reservoir Park
  • War Memorial Park
  • Windsor Nature Park
  • Zhenghua Nature Park

Note

For East Coast Park, you can only fly kites between the Boat Storage Shed (Area B2) and Bayshore Canal (between Area F1 and F2). Kite flying is not allowed in other areas of the park due to aviation-related safety concerns.

Have an enjoyable kite flying experience with these tips:

  • Only fly kites in suitable weather conditions, with moderate wind speeds and no rain or lightning. Keep an eye on the wind conditions to ensure your kite stays under control.
  • Look for open spaces with no obstacles such as trees. Avoid flying kites near crowds or in areas where it may disrupt wildlife.
  • Ensure your kite is properly assembled and secure before flying. Use appropriate lines and handles, and avoid using sharp or heavy objects in your kite.

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