Hong Lim Park is one of the leading parks in Chinatown, Singapore. The park is a place for storytelling and a place that tells Singapore’s story. It has over 0.97 hectares of parkland. The park has served as an outstanding recreational area in Chinatown and is still the venue today for many community events. Hong Lim Park has sports fields, sculptures, event conducting areas, a wonderful garden and paved walking trails. In September 2000, the park received a recognition for storytelling and political legacy, thereby, the Singapore Government designated the park as Speaker Corner's venue. Hong Lim Park has lots of ample parking areas and wheelchair accessibility.
Best Public Parks in Chinatown
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HONG LIM PARK REVIEWS
Big open space in the heart of the City and CBD. Nice place to relax during lunch and in the evenings. It's a historical location.
I went to the Little Pink Dot event 2022 during June holidays and I'm happy that 377A is repeal this year
This park is a Lovely area of green with shade and benches right next to MRT station. I highly recommend
Duxton Plain Park is a well-established park in Chinatown, Singapore. The park has a nice linear park to walk through in the daytime that gives an excellent atmosphere and environment. Duxton Plain Park is a very neat and pleasant place for kids and families to enjoy leisure time. There is a gym fitness place in this park. Visitors can walk or sit in seatings to enjoy the pleasant greenery, bird watching, kids playing and more. Duxton Plain Park has a beautiful open space and playground for young children and serves as an excellent place for relaxation. Car parking is available.
DUXTON PLAIN PARK REVIEWS
Walked down this narrow, tree-lined, green path flanked by the Duxton shop house eateries - exiting at Duxton Plain Park! It was a peaceful/serene walk in the heart of bustling Duxton. Some of the shophouses are painted in eye-catching colours. Came across a strange sight .. a solitary Muslim tomb on the grassy… which seems to be frequented by believers (I read later that it is believed to hold special powers!! A short but interesting walk.
There is such a pleasant neighborhood vibe at this park. Great for exercising, people watching and even just sitting down to rest. You'll find exercise stations with fun things to keep you fit. There are swinging benches and shady or sunny areas. A very nice link through neighborhoods.
Combi of old & modern, high scraper & shophouses. Area full of history to explore. Good plc to walk around. Much good food & nice Cafe within walking distance.
Telok Ayer Park is a beautiful public park located in the heart city of Chinatown. The park sits in the heart of the Central Business District (CBD) and is at the junction of three key busy roads. Maxwell Road, Cecil Road and Telok Ayer Street. The park is an excellent place for kids to exercise their imagination. Telok Ayer Park provides a climbing structure, covered picnic table, playground equipment and BBQ. The park has event-conducting areas, sports fields and fitness equipment. Telok Ayer Park is a great place to hang out with your lovely families and friends. The park also has ample parking areas are available.
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TELOK AYER PARK REVIEWS
Telok Ayer Green is a small park that allows us to have a time of rest in the midst of all the work we are doing. It has interesting bronze sculptures and a small bridge that illustrates our humble beginnings. #ILoveTelokAyerGreen
Oasis amid the concrete. Tastefully designed with local sculptures that live with the surrounding greenery. Brilliant natural aesthetic lung beckons you to linger, unwind and breathe.
Nice place to take rest after walking around Amoy Street and Telok Ayer Street. There are few mental/copper statues display the lifestyle in the old days.