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5 Beautiful Lakes in Singapore - For nature lovers!

Singapore might be famous for its skyscrapers and skyline. But that's not all to it, there is so much more to Singapore, especially in regard to beautiful sceneries. Here are five of the prettiest lakes in Singapore.

1

MacRitchie Reservoir

For a picturesque view, there is nothing that matches the MacRitchie Reservoir. MacRitchie Reservoir and its MacRitchie Reservoir Park must be visited if you want some time out in nature. Besides the view, the place also offers many recreational activities. You can enjoy a wide range of water sports. You can try kayaking or canoeing or even hike along an eleven-kilometre trail that extends through magnificent sceneries.

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Bedok Reservoir

If you find yourself cruising through the Bedok New Town, it is a must for you to stop at the Bedok Reservoir Singapore. Most tourists who come to Singapore say that this is one of the best places that they have visited here. Once again, the place is not only breathtakingly beautiful but also offers fun activities like dragon boating and kayaking. Besides, if you're looking for a Singapore service apartment for accommodation, you can start by checking properties like Citadines Fusionopolis Singapore.

3

Jurong Lake

This is a very famous lake in Singapore which draws countless numbers of locals as well as tourists every single day. The Jurong Lake has its own reservoir which was primarily built in order to serve as an additional water source. Having said that, this is not why the lake is so famous. The lake is also surrounded by the well-known Jurong Lake Park that was constructed back in 2006. There is also a scenic parkland which makes it a perfect place to relax and chill in. On top of that, the Lake has several tourist attractions which include the Chinese garden and the Japanese Garden. The place is absolutely beautiful!

4

Symphony Lake

The other beautiful lake that made it into this list is the Symphony Lake which is also a popular tourist attraction here. The Symphony lake comprises of three magnificent artificial lakes. It can be located in the Central Core of the Singapore Botanic Garden and features a massive stage known as the Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage. This was constructed on a miniature islet located in the centre of the lake. If you want to get away from the busy city life and the traffic of Singapore, you need to check out this place for sure.

5

Swan Lake

The Swam Lake runs along the Singapore Botanic Gardens. All you have to do is head to the Botanic Gardens Tanglin Core, located at the Tyersall Avenue entrance, to witness this magnificent lake. Earlier on, the lake was named and known as the FIrst Lake or the Main Lake and was constructed in 1866. Therefore, Swan Lake is the country's oldest water body. Also, make sure not to miss out on the bronze sculptures that depict the Flight of the Swans. This sculpture was installed back in 2006 and is located right at the heart of the Swan Lake.