A converted sand quarry, Bedok Reservoir Park encircles the 88-hectare Bedok Reservoir and is a haven for water-sports enthusiasts, adrenaline junkies, nature lovers, yoga practitioners, cyclists and those who come for a stroll and the amazing views.
A 4.3km gravel and pavement path for cyclists and inline skaters circles the reservoir and the general pace is pretty slow so if you’re looking for a real test of your skills, this might not be the place for you!
You can rent kayaks and dragon boats and the weekend races are a fixture but for a true adrenaline rush, the Forest Adventure treetop obstacle course is great fun for all ages.
Anglers come here to try their luck (and strict rules apply to maintain water quality and fish stock) and it’s a dream location for ornithologists who flock here to see swallows playing near the water, the diving kingfishers or the waterhens and herons strolling along the reservoir’s banks. If you’re very lucky you may even spot a circling eagle.
Stop at any time for a picnic or to have a look at the 14,000 recently added wetland plants as part of the Active, Beautiful, and Clean (ABC) Waters Programme and enjoy a day out at one of Singapore’s most peaceful open spaces.