Singapore is one of the top tourist destinations in Asia. Visitors from all over the world visit the destination to see its architectural wonders, savour its culinary offerings, and to explore its many ecological attractions. Singapore is small but packed with plenty of green spaces in the form of parks, reserves, and forests. The destination has numerous famous parklands such as the Botanic Gardens, the Pulau Ubin forests, and the Gardens by the Bay. Read on to know more about the green spaces of Singapore.

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Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is one of the best and most popular green spaces in the country. The nature reserve sprawls over parts of Northern and Central Singapore. Explore this 163-hectare stretch of primary rainforest along Bukit Timah, which is the tallest peak in the country. Travellers can trek along the beautiful trails amidst lush surroundings filled with native wildlife. Get lucky as you visit this reserve and spot long-tailed macaques (monkeys), pythons, and various species of birds.

Singapore Botanic Garden

Probably one of the most popular attractions in Singapore, the Singapore Botanic Garden, is a haven for nature lovers. Travellers can walk or jog along its winding path, soak in the beauty of the green surroundings, or participate in the complimentary tai chi classes. The garden complex has an eating joint, the Casa Verde, which serves snacks. The National Orchid Gardens, which has the biggest collection of orchids in the world with 20,000 plants, is a must-see attraction here.

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

Another beautiful nature reserve in Singapore is the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, which is inhabited by around 140 species of birds. A paradise for bird watchers, the best time to observe these brightly coloured winged creatures is before 10 a.m. in the morning. The reserve is home to many other creatures of the wild such as monitor lizards, otters, and saltwater crocodiles.

Pasir Ris Park

The Pasir Ris Park is a small yet thoroughly green area set in the backdrop of a beach. The region is popular for the stunning scenic views it offers to travellers. Visitors can enjoy its serenity by strolling along the six-hectare boardwalk, which will take them through dense mangrove forests. The park also has a beautiful three-storey tower, which is used for bird watching. There are a few beachside bars as well and pony riding facilities for kids.

Singapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo is popular with tourists and locals alike. The place is home to orang-utans, proboscis monkeys, and many other creatures. Travellers can also enjoy a stroll across the Fragile Forest, which is a huge dome inhabited by lemurs, sloths, and flying foxes. Besides, there are facilities for river safaris and night safaris. You will have a lovely time, spotting giant pandas, leopards, deer, and the Malayan tiger.

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