Five Family-Friendly Picnic Spots and Parks in Singapore

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Five Family-Friendly Picnic Spots and Parks in Singapore

Singapore is a city that boasts towering centres and shopping malls, but on the flip side, it’s also home to a handful of tranquil spaces where families can unwind. Whether you’re looking on taking your family on a picnic date, immersing your children in the outside world, or just want a quick excursion after a tiring work week, we’ve curated a list of Singapore’s top picnic spots and parks worth visiting with the whole family.


Marina Barrage

Five Family-Friendly Picnic Spots and Parks in Singapore
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Located in the heart of Singapore is an award-winning public reservoir called Marina Barrage. It's conveniently placed beside the city’s upscale malls and buildings for tourists and locals to see. Ideal for recreational activities like picnics, kayaking, boating, and kite flying, this place will surely be your family’s next favourite leisure park.

Location: Marina Barrage, 260 Marina Way, Singapore 018976


Jurong Hill Park

Five Family-Friendly Picnic Spots and Parks in Singapore
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One of the must-visits in Singapore is Jurong Hill Park, a tourist spot that spans more than 3,200 hectares. No matter if it’s your first time in Singapore or not, you’ll be delighted to add this to your bucket list so you can experience walking on its three-story spiral tower. Make sure to bring a telescope to enjoy a bird’s eye view of the city and don’t miss out on the opportunity to take your whole family for a more enjoyable experience.

Location: Jurong Hill Park, 60 Jurong Hill, Singapore 628926


HortPark

Five Family-Friendly Picnic Spots and Parks in Singapore
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Known as Singapore’s one-stop gardening resource hub, HortPark is a 10-hectare green area that serves as a getaway place for families and couples looking for a quick escape. From gardening-related workshops to themed gardens and recreational activities, this park is a great place to expand your knowledge of flora while bonding with your little ones.

Location: HortPark, 33 Hyderabad Road, Singapore 119578


Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

Five Family-Friendly Picnic Spots and Parks in Singapore
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Just a 20-minute drive from the heart of the city is Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, a public space where families gather every afternoon to witness the sunset. Those who prefer a more tranquil environment will fall in love with the park as it is adorned with tiny lakes and lush greenery, making it a perfect spot to host small events, work out with friends, and have a picnic with loved ones.

Location: Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, 1380 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Bishan Park II, Singapore 569930


Bukit Batok Nature Park

Five Family-Friendly Picnic Spots and Parks in Singapore
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Featuring picturesque views of crystal waters and rich greenery, Bukit Batok Nature Park is a top contender in the “picnic spot” category. Spanning 36 hectares, it can accommodate hundreds of families looking to have a fruitful bonding experience while munching on light snacks and sipping on juices. You can also go on a short hike through the forest so make sure to bring all your hiking essentials and safety gear.

Location: Bukit Batok Nature Park, 451 Bukid Batok West Avenue 6, #01-02 Singapore

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