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Bedok Reservoir Park

Converted from a sand quarry, this park surrounds the Bedok Reservoir making it a great place for both land- and water-based activities.

Bedok Reservoir Park is located on the Eastern Coastal Loop of the Park Connector Network.

  1. The fitness area next to the Floating Deck at Bedok Reservoir Park is closed for improvement works from 13 May 2024. Please use alternative fitness areas at the nearby Therapeutic Garden or Bedok Town Park (in the  enclosed notice) during this period. The expected completion date is 31 May 2024.


Along Bedok Reservoir Road

Park information

Park size
41.7 hectares
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Opening hours
Open 24 hours
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Getting here
Walk 200m from Bedok Reservoir MRT station
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Parking information
  • Carpark A: 91 car lots, 25 motorcycle lots and 2 lots for handicapped visitors.
  • Carpark B: 83 car lots, 16 motorcycle lots and 2 lots for handicapped visitors.

Parking fees apply to all parking lots.

Nearby stations
  • Bedok Reservoir MRT station
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Wheelchair accessible
Elderly friendly

What to see

Special features

Floating deck
Floating deck

Located near the bird singing area, this floating deck is a tranquil spot to take in the view as you sit upon the reservoir itself.

Jogging and walking track
Jogging and walking track

This 4.3km gravel track loops around the reservoir, offering a scenic water view for walks, jogs or runs.

Bird singing area
Bird singing area

Pop by on weekend mornings for the best chance to see and hear songbirds lilt and chirp in their iconic wooden cages raised high atop "bird poles".

Plants and animals


Relax by the reservoir and observe dragonflies such as the Crimson Dropwing flitting across the waters.

Golden-bellied Gerygone
Golden-bellied Gerygone

This brown and yellow bird is the smallest bird in Singapore and known for nesting in urban parks.

White-bellied Sea Eagle
White-bellied Sea Eagle

The heaviest resident bird in Singapore, it often makes its home near waterbodies close to its primary food source: fish.

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White-breasted Waterhen
White-breasted Waterhen

This wetland bird has a distinct dark grey body and white face with a red spot at its beak making it easy to spot as it forages in the open.

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Admire various species of these winged beauties such as the Chocolate Pansy, the Peacock Pansy and the Grass Blue.

What to do




The bushes, tall trees and wetland habitats within the park make it a home to a diversity of bird life such as herons, kingfishers, eagles and woodpeckers.


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