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Tampines Eco Green

This ecological park offers visitors a refreshing change of scenery and diverse wildlife to observe.
Visitors are advised to exit the park by 7pm as there is no lighting at night.


Tampines Avenue 9 and Tampines Avenue 12

Park information

Park size
36 hectares
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Opening hours
Open 24 hours (no lighting at night)
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Pets not allowed
Nearby stations
  • Tampines MRT station
Nearby park connectors
Nearby parks
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Wheelchair accessible
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Accessibility detail

The dirt paths and trails within the park is not wheelchair accessible, but the footpath that runs along its perimeter is accessible by wheelchair users.

  • Do not bring your pets (they are not allowed in order to protect the wildlife).
  • Do not cycle.
  • Do not fish.
  • Do not hold mass gatherings.
  • Find out more about the dos and don'ts you should follow when visiting the park

What to see

Special features


This toilet uses bacteria and wood to convert human waste to compost, without using water or chemicals. It is odour-free, thanks to a good ventilation system.


Snags are standing dead trees that are situated away from footpaths. They serve as food sources and important nest sites for birds such as woodpeckers.

Plant and animals

Blue Pansy
Blue Pansy

The male butterfly has striking blue and black wings with orange-yellow eyespots. The female looks duller. This species tends to visit tiny flowers.

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Baya Weaver
Baya Weaver

The males have yellow crowns with blackish-brown masks and unstreaked under parts, while females are less brown with streaks on the breast.

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Purple Heron
Purple Heron

The Purple Heron is the tallest bird seen in this park. It can grow up to 1m in height.

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What to do




Hide behind any of the 3 bird hides to observe the 75 species of birds that have been spotted here, including the Baya Weaver, or waddlers in the ponds.