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Singapore is one of the most striking cities in the world – beautifully pristine (maybe the cleanest you’ll ever see), a beacon for capitalist endeavor, and the scene for the most fabulous cross-section of Asian foods (where street food will not make you sick). Although crowded, this is one of the world’s greenest cities, with more than 5 percent of the island reserved for nature. Singapore makes visible efforts to keep its old, traditional buildings intact. There is something to do everywhere one looks, and best of all… you’ll always be safe.

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Admiralty Park

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Admiralty Park

The biggest nature area within a park in Singapore

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Admiralty Park features a urban garden and over 20 hectares of nature area. The park is particularly popular as the largest park in the north with a river flowing through. The park boasts a rich variety of animals and plants, visitors can observe mudskippers and birds within the mangrove forest.

Facilities at Admiralty Park include event lawn, shelters, pond, nature trail, jogging paths, fitness corner, restaurant, cycling track, bird sanctuary, amphitheater, and much more. Activities include bird watching, cycling, exercise and workout, dining, sightseeing, trekking and more.

Admiralty Park
Riverside Road, Singapore