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Waterboat House Garden

Named after the Fullerton Waterboat House, the park, which was once home to the Merlion statues, offers shaded seats with scenic views of the water.


Along Fullerton Road

Park information

Park size
0.738 hectares
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Opening hours
Open 24 hours
Nearby stations
  • Raffles Place MRT station
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Accessibility detail

The park is currently not wheelchair-accessible.

Find out more about the dos and don'ts you should follow when visiting the park.

What to see

Special features

Former site of Merlion statues
Former site of Merlion statues

The park was once the original site of the former Merlion Park where the 2 iconic statues of the Merlion and its miniature form were originally located.

Plant and animals


This tree has been standing for over 70 years and was endorsed as a heritage tree in 2008. It is a medium-sized tree cultivated for its pulp, known as assam.

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What to do


Heritage appreciation

Heritage appreciation

This park has historical significance as the original site of the Merlion statues, and is situated near other conservation landmarks such as Anderson Bridge.