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Admiralty Park is a natura park in Admiralty, on the northern park of Singapore. The park covers 27 hectares, of which 20 hectares is put aside as a nature area rich in wildlife and plants. It is the biggest nature area within a nature park in Singapore. Among the wildlife that one can come across include otters, horse-shoe crabs, dragonflies, butterflies and a variety of birds.

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The terrain of Admiralty Park follows the slope of the Sungei Cina, a river that runs through it. To help visitors get close to nature, a 2-km nature trail and three broadwalks were put in place. Two of the broadwalks cross Sungei Cina, so visitors can appreciate the river better.

There are WiFi Hotspots at strategic location within Admiralty Park, so that visitors can still get Internet connection even within the park. The park is lit from 7:00 pm to 7:00 am. When done with the visit, you can retire to the local restaurant, Sakura Restaurant, located at the western entrance to the park.

How to reach Admiralty Park

Take the North South MRT Line to the Woodlands MRT Station (NS9). Cross to the Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange and take Bus 903 to the western entrance of the park on Riverside Road, Bus Stop 46301.