A gateway to the nature reserves

MacRitchie Reservoir Park was built in 1867, as the first impounding reservoir in Singapore. Not many people know its history, the park being today more popular with nature lovers and exercise enthusiasts, than with history buffs.

MacRitchie Reservoir Park boasts a number of botanical wonders that attract many nature enthusiasts. Guided tours of these wonders are available monthly. The park becomes particularly popular during annual events and festivals such as World Water Day.

Amenities at the park include event lawn, shelters, nature trail, jogging path, fitness corner, restaurant, benches, toilets and more.

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