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Bukit Batok Nature Park

Developed on an abandoned quarry site in 1988, this park offers stunning views of clear waters, making it ideal for peaceful nature walks.
  1. Three trails at Bukit Batok Nature Park are closed for maintenance works. Please use the alternative routes during this time. 

    Please refer to enclosed map for additional details.


Along Bukit Batok East Avenue 2 and Bukit Batok East Avenue 6

Park information

Park size
36 hectares
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Opening hours
Open 24 hours
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Parking information

Carpark (along Bukit Batok East Ave 2): 99 car lots, 5 motorcycle lots, 1 lot for handicapped vistors. Parking fees apply.

Nearby stations
  • Beauty World MRT station
  • Bukit Batok MRT station
  • Hillview MRT station
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Wheelchair accessible
  • Pets must be leashed at all times.
  • Do not fish in the park.
  • Do apply for a permit at least 1 month in advance if you are organising group activities involving more than 30 persons.
  • Find out more about the dos and don'ts you should follow when visiting the park.

What to see

Special features


Stand at the plaza just beyond the playground to enjoy the tranquil, scenic views of the quarry cliff and waters.

World War II memorial plaque
World War II memorial plaque

Learn about history and pay tribute to the soldiers that died during World War II by visiting the memorial plaque along Lorong Sesuai.

Plant and animals

Straw-headed Bulbul
Straw-headed Bulbul

This songbird is known for its melodious call. It is the largest of the Southeast Asian bulbuls and is an endangered species.

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Malayan Colugo
Malayan Colugo

This grey or reddish brown mammal has an extensive skin membrane that allows it to glide between trees. It usually clings to tree trunks and branches.

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Fruit trees
Fruit trees

Follow the trail through the park to find a Rambutan tree, Mango tree, Breadfruit tree, and Durian tree.

Grey-headed Fish-eagle
Grey-headed Fish-eagle

Keep your eyes peeled when passing the quarry as you might see this bird of prey perching on a tree branch, or even swooping down to grab a fish.

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Nectar bats
Nectar bats

An important pollinator of fruit trees, it is thanks to the effort of these bats that durian trees in the area are thriving.

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Fig trees
Fig trees

Look for the long hanging stems of the Curtain Fig and the fig covered trunks of the Common Yellow-stem Fig.

What to do


Heritage appreciation

Heritage appreciation

Learn more about our history by visiting the old World War II memorial, built by the Japanese to commemorate one of the fiercest battles in Singapore.


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