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Pasir Ris Park

From pony rides and water sports, to nature attractions and Singapore's largest playground, this park offers fun-filled activities catering to all interests.
Notices:
  1. NEA has put up an advisory on the water quality at Pasir Ris Beach. Please refer to NEA's website at this link for more information.

Location

This park stretches from Pasir Ris Road to Jalan Loyang Besar. It can be accessed through Elias Road and Pasir Ris Green.

Park information

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Park size
70 hectares, stretching over 3.2km
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Opening hours
Open 24 hours
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Parking information

View the carpark locations.

  • Carpark A (Area 1): 141 car lots, 14 motorcycle lots, 2 lots for handicapped visitors. Parking fees apply.
  • Carpark B (Area 2): 20 car lots, 10 motorcycle lots, 1 lot for handicapped visitors. Parking fees apply.
  • Carpark C (Area 2): 2,542 car lots, 54 motorcycle lots, 2 lots for handicapped visitors. Parking fees apply.
  • Carpark D (Area 3): 217 car lots, 24 motorcycle lots, 2 lots for handicapped visitors. Parking is free.
  • Carpark E (Area 4): 28 car lots, 10 motorcycle lots, 1 lot for handicapped visitors. Parking fees apply.
  • Carpark F (Area 4): 133 car lots, 19 motorcycle lots, 3 lots for handicapped visitors. Parking is free.
Nearby stations
  • Pasir Ris MRT station
Nearby parks
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Accessibility
Wheelchair accessible
Elderly friendly

What to see

Special features

Mangroves
Mangroves

Observe the plants and animals in this 6-hectare mangrove area from the boardwalk or birdwatching tower.

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Kitchen Garden
Kitchen Garden

Get up close to herbs and plants used in our daily lives, many of which have culinary or medicinal uses.

Maze Garden
Maze Garden

Practise your navigation skills or play hide and seek at this maze, which is perfect for all ages to explore.

Plant and animals

Edible plants
Edible plants

The Kitchen Garden is the place to go to find plants with medicinal or culinary uses such as Lady's Finger, Cocoa, Common Mugwort and Japanese Honeysuckle.

Butterflies
Butterflies

Plants at the butterfly garden attract species such as the Plain Tiger and Blue Glassy Tiger.

Mangrove plants
Mangrove plants

The mangrove forest is home to species such as the Bakau Minyak, Api-Api Putih, Nipah Palm and Perepat. Many of these have roots adapted to the environment.

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Mangrove animals
Mangrove animals

With a sharp eye and some luck, you may catch the Giant Mudskipper climbing a tree or the Mud Lobster burrowing to create volcano-like mounds as it feeds.

Birds
Birds

Visit the birdwatching tower to spot the White-collared Kingfisher and Black-naped Oriole and – between April and September – the Blue-throated Bee-eater.

What to do

Activities found in Area 1 :

Barbecuing

Barbecuing

Enjoy cooking outdoors at any of the 65 barbecue pits along the beach.

Upcoming events

Mangrove Guided Walk @ Pasir Ris Park

GUIDED TOURS | ONE-OFF Free

Mangrove Guided Walk @ Pasir Ris Park
Sat, 09 Mar 2024
08:30AM - 10:00AM

Pasir Ris Park Area 2 near Toilet C1 and Carpark C

Mangrove Guided Walk @ Pasir Ris Park

GUIDED TOURS | ONE-OFF Free

Mangrove Guided Walk @ Pasir Ris Park
Sat, 16 Mar 2024
08:30AM - 10:00AM

Pasir Ris Park Area 2 near Toilet C1 and Carpark C

Amenities

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