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Yishun Pond Park

Nestled beside Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, this park offers serenity and a chance for visitors to get up close with nature.
  1. A section of the footpath in Yishun Pond Park (indicated in red) is closed for maintenance works on the viewing tower from 27 May 2024.

    Certain sections of the tower may also be closed for painting. Please use the alternative route (indicated in yellow) during this time.

    Expected completion date: 31 July 2024


Along Yishun Central, beside Khoo Teck Puat Hospital

Park information

Park size
2.3 hectares
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Opening hours
Open 24 hours
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Parking information

Parking is available at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre or Nee Soon Sports Centre, which are adjacent to the park.

Nearby stations
  • Yishun MRT station
Nearby parks
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Wheelchair accessible

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

What to see

Special features

Spiral Tower
Spiral Tower

Inspired by the butterfly's lifecycle, this cocoon-shaped tower is 14.5m tall and offers panoramic views of the park. A bridge here leads you to Yishun Park.

Plant and animals

White-bellied Sea Eagle
White-bellied Sea Eagle

A true "early bird", this raptor is spotted more commonly early in the morning. It soars with its wings held in a V-shape and hunts for sea snakes and fish.

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Malayan Water Monitor
Malayan Water Monitor

This monitor lizard species is a skilled swimmer, often found near water bodies. It grows up to 2.5m to 3m long and is among the largest lizards in the world.

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Striated Heron
Striated Heron

Also known as Little Heron, this bluish-grey bird has black wings with buff edges, which make it look as if it has white scales.

What to do




This park attracts herons, egrets and migratory birds. Try to spot them on the floating wetland islands in the park’s pond, where birds tend to perch.


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