Bukit Timah Nature Reserve - One of Singapore's last remaining regions of primary forest now threatened by commercial development at the periphery. Discussion of that issue as well as biodiversity of the reserve.
Jurong BirdPark - The largest open-air park of its kind in the Asia-Pacific region and includes the world's largest walk-in aviary as well as the tallest man-made waterfall.
National Parks Board - Develops, manages and promotes local parks as valuable resources for recreation, conservation, research and education.
Singapore Botanic Gardens - Founded in 1859 by a horticultural society as a leisure garden, the site in 1990 came under the management of the National Parks Board while still maintaining its traditional roles in research, education and conservation. Detailed information on its history, mission, attractions and research programs.
Singapore Zoological Garden - An open-concept zoo with 2,800 animals representing 216 species on 28 hectares. Includes a night safari designed to be viewed at night. Visitor information, facility maps, exhibit and animal photos and descriptions, conservation program summary and latest happenings.
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve - Designated in 1989 as a nature park and home to mangroves and associated wildlife as well as to resident birds such as herons, kingfishers and sunbirds. Information on the history of the reserve, its objectives, location and FAQ.