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Rifle Range Nature Park

Located at the former Sin Seng Quarry site, this nature park enhances ecological connectivity and features boardwalks and trails with panoramic views.


Along Rifle Range Road

Park information

Park size
66 hectares
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Opening hours
7am to 7pm
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Getting here
  • View this video to find out how you can get to Rifle Range Nature Park by train.
  • You can enter the park via 6 entrances found along Rifle Range Road, Upper Bukit Timah Road, Hindhede Drive, Jalan Kampong Chantek and the Rail Corridor.
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Parking information
  • Carpark: 68 car lots and 2 lots for handicapped visitors.
  • Bicycle parking (Senapang Entrance along Rifle Range Road): 10 bicycle lots.
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Pets not allowed
Nearby stations
  • Beauty World MRT station
Nearby park connectors
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Wheelchair accessible
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Accessibility detail

There is a 700m long barrier-free route between the Visitor Pavilion and Quarry Wetland for wheelchair users.

  • Pets, fishing, cycling and riding a motorised mobility device are not allowed.
  • 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 and hiking etiquette you should follow when visiting the park.

What to see

Special features

Quarry wetland
Quarry wetland

Transformed from the former Sin Seng Quarry, the wetland provides habitats for a variety of flora and fauna.

Waterhen hide
Waterhen hide

This nest-like structure in the Quarry Wetland offers visitors a place to observe wetland birds and animals up close.

Plant and animals

Malayan Colugo
Malayan Colugo

This nocturnal mammal has an extensive skin membrane that extends from its neck to forelimbs, that acts as a wingsuit and allows it to glide for up to 200m.

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Insects and arachnids
Insects and arachnids

The park is home to over 100 species of insects such as the Scarlet Skimmer, butterflies and spiders.

Long-tailed Macaque
Long-tailed Macaque

1 of 2 native monkey species, the Long-tailed Macaque is the most commonly seen in Singapore.

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Observe various species such as the Yellow Bittern, Common Kingfisher and even migratory birds from the boardwalks, Quarry Wetland and bird hide.

What to do




Whether from a cliff-top deck or a nest-like hide, the park offers many locations where visitors can spot some of Singapore's feathered friends.

Upcoming events

Nature Guided Walk at Rifle Range Nature Park


Nature Guided Walk at Rifle Range Nature Park
Sat, 20 Apr 2024
09:30AM - 10:30AM

Rifle Range Nature Park, Visitor Pavilion