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Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

One of the largest urban parks in central Singapore, it features a naturalised meandering river with lush banks of wildflowers ideal for picnics and gatherings

Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park is located on the Central Urban Loop of the Park Connector Network.

  1. The lights in the dog runs are switched off at 10.30pm daily.


Along Bishan Road and Ang Mo Kio Ave 1

Park information

Park size
62 hectares, stretching over 3km
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Opening hours
Open 24 hours
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Getting here

A 5-minute walk from Bright Hill MRT Station, you may use the entrance along Ang Mo Kio Ave 1 to access the park.

View the brochure to find out more information (PDF, 2.1MB)

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Parking information
  • Carpark A: 130 car lots, 2 motorcycle lots, 2 lots for handicapped visitors and 1 dropoff point.
  • Carpark B: 55 car lots, 2 lots for handicapped visitors and 1 dropoff point.
  • Carpark C: 78 car lots (inclusive of 10 for season parking), 19 motorcycle lots and 1 lot for handicapped visitors.
  • Bicycle parking: 48 lots.

Parking fees apply to all parking lots.

Nearby stations
  • Bishan MRT station
  • Bright Hill MRT station
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Wheelchair accessible
Elderly friendly
  • Do not line-fish in the river, Dragonfly Pond and Lotus Pond.
  • Cycling on the bridges is discouraged.
  • Find out more about the dos and don'ts you should follow when visiting the park.

What to see

Special features

Recycle Hill
Recycle Hill

Head to this spot for a good, clear view of the entire park.

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Cleansing biotope
Cleansing biotope

Learn how selected plants are used to maintain water quality in the ponds and water playground.

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Butterfly habitat
Butterfly habitat

Discover a myriad of butterfly colours and species in this special garden.

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Naturalised river
Naturalised river

The lush and meandering Kallang River, once a concrete canal confined to the southern edges of the park, is the main highlight of the park.

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Landscape pond
Landscape pond

Spanning more than 2 hectares, the landscape pond, which used to be an old commercial fishing area, offers a vantage point for photography.

Plants and animals


The park is a great place to spot over 90 species of birds such as the elegant Purple Heron, White-Breasted Waterhens and the Sunda Pygmy Woodpecker.

Dragonflies and Damselflies
Dragonflies and Damselflies

The slow-moving waters of the naturalised river make it an ideal home for many dragonflies such as the Common Bluetail and the Yellow Tailed Ashy Skimmer.


The Butterfly Habitat is home to more than 30 species of butterflies such as the orange Tawny Coster and the Plain Tiger Butterfly


Wildflowers such as the Townsville Stylo are a staple in the park. They function as a ground cover to help reduce soil erosion at the park.

What to do




Grab a bite at one of the many dining options in the park, some of which are happy to accommodate your paw friends too!


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