Singapore is a country that pays great attention to nature and the outdoors, looking to provide its citizens with green spaces they can use to relax, hang out, or engage in outdoor activities. Thanks to that, the Asian city-state is filled with astonishing parks that are unmatched in this part of the world. Check out some of the most beautiful ones below.
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Singapore Botanic Gardens is the perfect asylum for those wanting to escape the city’s busy and noisy streets. This public park, located in the Tanglin area, is home to more than 10,000 flora species and has several distinct attractions, including National Orchid Garden and an impressive small tropical rainforest. Singapore Botanic Gardens was recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015.
East Coast Park
East Coast Park, located on the Southeastern coast, is Singapore’s largest park and covers 460-acres of land. It is a place to explore nature, engage in various outdoor and sports activities, and even swim thanks to the park’s swimming lagoon.
Gardens by the Bay
Located in the Central Region, Gardens by the Bay is arguably Singapore’s most scenic park. It has the largest greenhouse in the world, called The Flower Dome, intricate Cloud Forest, which mimics the nature and conditions of Asian tropical mountain regions, and spectacular vertical gardens known as Supertree Grove.