Visitors to our nature parks and reserves should strictly adhere to the hours of 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in order to preserve our biodiversity. The activities of the nocturnal animals could be disrupted, which would mean that their normal behavior would be disrupted as well. This could mean that the animals would leave the nature reserves and parks. They and the general public’s safety will be jeopardized as a result of this.
By observing some easy methods, you can learn how to enjoy nature in a responsible manner. Learn more about Singapore’s urban biodiversity as well as its wildlife.
Do the right thing and be socially responsible if you go to our parks. Limit your group size to no more than five people and keep a safe distance from other park visitors. Do not mix groups together. Always wear a mask, with the exception of doing strenuous exercise or taking medication, food, or drink.
Before you go, use our safe distance portal to see how many people visit our parks, and avoid those with a lot of visitors.