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Admiralty Park

This is the largest park in the north, with rich biodiversity for nature lovers and many play elements including 26 slides for the young ones to enjoy.

Admiralty Park is located on the Northern Explorer Loop of the Park Connector Network.

  1. There are slides for children of all ages as well as adults in Admiralty Park.
    Please follow the onsite signage on using the equipment correctly and adhere to the recommended age group.


31 Riverside Road, Singapore 730000

Park information

Park size
27 hectares
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Opening hours
Open 24 hours (except nature area: 7am to 7pm)
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Parking information
  • West carpark (along Riverside Road): 61 car lots, 11 motorcycle lots, 2 lots for handicapped visitors. Parking fees apply between 8.30am to 6.30am.
  • Bicycle lots are available at different parts of the park. View the locations.
Nearby stations
  • Woodlands MRT station
  • Woodlands North MRT station
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Wheelchair accessible
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Accessibility detail

The nature area has an unpaved path that is not suitable for wheelchairs. Refer to the park map to view the path.

What to see

Special features

Nature area
Nature area

The largest nature area within an urban park, it houses over 100 species across 20 hectares of forest, mangrove, riverine and grassland habitats.

Plant and animals

Giant Mudskipper
Giant Mudskipper

The mangrove is home to one of the world's largest mudskippers. Observe it moving in and out of its burrow, which looks like a large mud pool.

Nipah Palm
Nipah Palm

This plant's young, translucent and chewy seeds – also known as Attap Chee – are usually boiled in sugar syrup and added to local desserts such as ice kachang.

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Look out for colourful species such as the Blue Dasher, Common Parasol, Spine-tufted Skimmer and more.

Scaly-breasted Munia
Scaly-breasted Munia

This bird feeds on the seeds of the long grasses found in the grasslands. Its chest has a scalloped look due to its white breast feathers edged with mahogany.

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Baya Weaver
Baya Weaver

The male bird weaves long grasses into a hanging globular nest during the breeding season from March to July. Try to spot its nest in the trees!

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Mangrove plants
Mangrove plants

Look out for these plants' interesting roots, which are specialised to help them survive in the environment between the land and sea.

What to do




Here, you may encounter over 40 bird species such as the Blue-throated Bee-eater, Grey Heron, Collared Kingfisher, White-bellied Sea Eagle and more.


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