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Nature walks or tours

Get up close and personal with nature in our parks by going on a DIY walk, or joining a guided or virtual tour.

Ways to enjoy nature in the parks

There are many ways to appreciate nature in our parks. You can try any of the following options:

  • Explore the parks at your own pace.
  • Sign up for a guided tour to learn more about a particular park.
  • Tour or green spaces virtually from the comfort of your home.

About virtual tours

Go on a virtual tour to explore a variety of green spaces in Singapore.

Experience going on a trail up a tropical mountain through a virtual tour of the Tropical Montane Orchidetum, located at the Singapore Botanic Gardens' National Orchid Garden. The Orchidetum features rare orchids and plants found in tropical mountainous regions.

Join Dr Shawn Lum from Nature Society Singapore as he brings you around the forests of Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. Discover the wonders of one of our last remaining primary forests in Singapore, and find out more about its rich biodiversity on this virtual tour.

Visit TreesSG to learn more about trees and our OneMillionTrees movement.

Learn about Singapore Botanic Gardens' history and heritage as we bring you through Holtum Hall, Heritage Trees including the Kapok Tree and Tembusu, Prisoner-of-War Brick Steps and Swan Lake.

Explore Fort Canning Park, an iconic hilltop landmark that has witnessed many of Singapore’s historical milestones. Go back in time to the Forbidden Spring, Artisan's Garden, Raffles Garden, First Botanic Garden, Fort Gate, Sally Port and Fort Canning Centre.

You can spot some of the world’s rarest mangroves and wetland wildlife indigenous to this part of the world at the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. In this virtual tour, explore the Migratory Bird Trail from the Main Bridge to the Main Hide, Platform 2, Hide 1C and finally the Aerie Tower. You can also view the various wildlife species that can be spotted here.

Discover the local biodiversity through the eyes of English naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace when he was in Singapore. You can visit the permanent exhibit in the Wallace Education Centre, located along the Wallace Trail, to learn more about Wallace and Singapore's rich natural heritage in a fun and interactive way.

Get transported to Pulau Ubin as we bring you to the Sensory Trail Pond, Chek Jawa Wetlands, Jejawi Tower and Bat House.

Take a behind-the-scenes look into the work done to conserve plant species through the preservation of seeds at the Singapore Botanic Gardens Seed Bank. You can also check out our laboratories and the process that our researchers take to ensure that seeds are stored properly for the future.

Find out more about the Pasir Panjang Nursery, which supplies over 300,000 plants a year to green up Singapore’s roads, parks and gardens. The nursery is over 16 football fields in size and has more than 4,000 species of plants.