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We’ve got you! Send these Valentine’s Day cards to make them smile or express your love. 😉❤️
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If love is in the air, then our parks are where it's at its freshest! 💘🌥

Look out for our Park Beats installations across our City in Nature (Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, East Coast Park, Jurong Lake Gardens, Pasir Ris Park & West Coast Park) and enjoy the refreshed playlist of love songs. 🎶

Listen now at 🎧
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Over the years, Singapore Botanic Gardens has held many cherished memories for Singaporeans of all walks of life.

For our colleagues Rasidah Binte Zali and Ali Bin Jasman who have worked in the Gardens for over 45 years, it was also the place where they first met and where their love story started! 🥰

Watch their full story at
Bazaar in the Garden @ Jurong Lake Gardens

Have a blooming time at Bazaar in the Garden with spring-inspired craft workshops, storytelling sessions and biodiversity tours! 🌸

Craft your own necklace or join the woodworking session to create art from recycled timber. Also, find out how to make your own kombucha or incorporate greens into culinary creations at our edibles demonstration. 👨‍🍳

📅: Sat, 24 Feb 2024
: 8am – 4pm
📍: Jurong Lake Gardens
Opening of Eastern Corridor

The new Eastern Corridor is an 18 km route between Pasir Ris Park and East Coast Park! 🏃🏻‍♀️🚴🏻‍♂️

There’s something for everyone:
🦦 Spot wildlife at the mangroves in Pasir Ris Park
🌷 Unwind in the Therapeutic Garden at Sun Plaza Park
🍃 Enjoy the breeze along Bedok Reservoir Park
Soak in the seaside views at East Coast Park

To continue enhancing recreational experiences, we will also be introducing wayfinding, enhanced landscaping, new habitats, and planning new cycling bridges along the Round Island Route (RIR). 🗺

Start exploring the Eastern Corridor!
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Step into a space filled with captivating installations inspired by Singapore’s lush greenery and unique flora! 🌿

As part of Singapore Art Week 2024, ‘RIPPLE‘ was designed in collaboration with artists Genevieve Chua and design collective neontights. The exhibition will be on display at the Entrance Pavilion in Jurong Lake Gardens from 19 Jan to 25 Feb, and Green Pavilion in Singapore Botanic Gardens from 1 to 25 Mar. 🖌

Looking for concerts to spend time with family? 🎶
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Arts@SBG: NAC-ExxonMobil Concert in the Gardens

Why not head down to the Singapore Botanic Gardens this weekend and immerse yourself in an enchanting repertoire by local orchestra, Hear You Later! 😊

While you’re there, enjoy a picnic while soaking in classic tunes and Chinese New Year favourites with your family. 🧧

📅: Sat, 24 Feb 2024
: 6pm – 7pm
📍: Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage, Singapore Botanic Gardens
Think these are berries? Think again! 😉

These fruits are syconia or figs of the Sandy-leafed Fig (Ficus heteropleura)! Growing up to 13m tall, this small tree produces round fig clusters that ripen from bright orange to fire-cracker red. 🧨

Other than its figs, the underside of its leaves have a similar texture to sandpaper, which gives its common name!

📸: Ang Wee Foong
World Wildlife Day Regional Youth Symposium

This weekend, our World Wildlife Day Regional Youth Symposium is happening at One Punggol! 🦥🕷🐞🌿

Look forward to exciting talks and panel discussions that will spotlight digital solutions for monitoring and protecting wildlife. Also, hear from youths across Southeast Asia as they share about their innovative projects on wildlife conservation at the Youth Showcase!

📅: 24 Feb 2024 (9am – 2.45pm)
& 25 Feb 2024 (2pm – 4.30pm)
📍: One Punggol
🔗: Check out the full programme details at (Focus group activities and workshops are for registered participants only)

White-rumped Shama
📸: Bryan Lim
Community in Nature (CIN) Schools Award 2024 – last call to nominate your conservation champions!

Show your appreciation for schools, educators or students who have played an active role in conserving our biodiversity in Singapore!

The Community in Nature (CIN) Schools Award aims to celebrate efforts in areas such as biodiversity education, habitat restoration and wildlife monitoring. Teachers and students are welcome to submit your nominations too.

Submit your nominations by 4 Mar at
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Planning a nature photoshoot? 🌳📸

Head down to the picturesque Admiralty Park for a day of fun and excitement and snap a few shots at these photo-worthy spots! 😉

Follow NParksSG TikTok for more fun nature-related content! 😄
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Arts@SBG: NAC-ExxonMobil Concert in the Gardens

Join us this weekend for an outdoor concert at the Singapore Botanic Gardens! Catch the next contemporary music performance by Tze Toh and the TO ensemble. 🎼

From jazz to classical music, TO ensemble was conceptualised by award-winning composer Tze Toh, and seamlessly straddles between genres to present a performance of original contemporary fusion works inspired by nature. 🎷🍃

📅: Sat, 2 Mar 2024
: 5.30pm – 7pm
📍: Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage, Singapore Botanic Gardens
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Blumentanz / Flower Dance: An Experimental Animation Exhibition

Have you visited the new experimental animation exhibition at the Singapore Botanic Gardens? 🖼

Interact with AR-enabled still images and watch them come to life! Through animations on plant growth and development, the artworks will take you through the emotional journey of falling in love, to finding the love of a lifetime and marriage.

🗓️: Now till 25 Jan 2025
: 9am – 6pm daily (Closed on the last Thursday of every month)
📍: Botanical Art Gallery, Gallop Extension, Singapore Botanic Gardens
Fact or Fiction? Leopard Cats are native to Singapore.
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Here’s a spotlight on one of our native wildlife this World Wildlife Day!

The Leopard Cat (Prionailurus bengalensis) is a small, wild cat that gets its name from its leopard-like coat.

One of Singapore’s larger carnivores, they are mostly found foraging on the forest floor with a diet consisting of frogs, lizards, birds and rats. This shy and elusive mammal has been spotted through camera traps in nature reserves, allowing us to monitor its population and movement without any disturbances.

📸: Norman Lim