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Sembawang Hot Spring Park

Set in a rustic, kampung-like setting, this is Singapore's only hot spring park.
Notices:
  1. The entrance and footpath into Sembawang Hot Spring Park are closed for resurfacing works from 4 January 2024. The estimated completion month is May 2024. Please refer to the map for the alternative entrance and path during this time. 

Location

Along Gambas Avenue

Park information

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Park size
1.1 hectares
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Opening hours
7am to 7pm ; The cascading foot bath pool is closed every Mondays and Thursdays from 11am to 2pm for maintenance and cleaning.
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Parking information

Bicycle bay: 20 lots for bicycles.

There is no carpark on site. Please park at the nearest carpark at 114 Yishun Ring Road and walk 450m (8 minutes by foot).

Nearby stations
  • Canberra MRT station
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Accessibility
Wheelchair accessible
  • Do not cycle, ride bicycles, skate or use your personal mobility devices (PMDs).
  • Do not release animals or harvest fruits.
  • Do not feed wild animals.
  • Do bring your own buckets or pails to use in the park.
  • Find out more about the dos and don'ts you should follow when visiting the park.

What to see

Special features

Cascading foot bath pool
Cascading foot bath pool

Hot water emerges at the top, then cools as it flows down four tiered pools. Sit at the edge of the pool and enjoy a foot soak, or bring your own bucket!

Educational zone
Educational zone

Learn more about hot springs and geology, or let your kids engage in mild water play at the interactive water feature.

Hot water collection and egg cooking station
Hot water collection and egg cooking station

Collect hot spring water at 70°C in your own buckets or cook eggs using the hot spring water at the egg cooking station. Bring your own eggs and containers.

Plant and animals

Rambutan Tree
Rambutan Tree

This tree is beloved for its sweet, hairy-looking, red or yellow-skinned fruit which is rich in Vitamin C and can be used to treat diarrhoea and fever.

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Lemongrass
Lemongrass

An edible, grass-like plant that can grow up to 2m tall when in flower. Its leaves give a lemony scent when crushed.

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Banyan Tree
Banyan Tree

Spot the majestic tree in the park with its prolific aerial roots which have turned into woody trunks planted firmly into the ground.

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Elephant Climber
Elephant Climber

Also known as Morning Glory, this woody perennial vine has large and attractive pink-purple flowers.

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What to do

Activities:

Birdwatching

Birdwatching

Take a stroll along Floral Walk and try to spot Yellow-vented Bulbuls, Olive-backed Sunbirds, Common Ioras and Common Tailorbirds.

Amenities

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