Food & Beverage
Located adjacent to the nature reserves, MacRitchie Reservoir is Singapore's oldest reservoir and can be seen as the gateway to nature. Today, the reservoir remains popular for a host of leisure and sporting activities like walking, jogging, taichi, cross country, canoeing and kayaking. Mindful that MacRitchie Reservoir holds a special place in the hearts of many Singaporeans and the sensitivity of the eco-system in existence there, works at the reservoir park focused on improvements to the basic infrastructure and amenities of the park. This would provide new opportunities for Singaporeans to mingle and interact and simultaneously form a closer bond to nature and water. To improve the visitor experience at MacRitchie Reservoir, an amenities centre, a multi-storey carpark and an improved floating pontoon for kayakers have been built. A hill-top F&B outlet and a new building to cater for canoeing and kayaking activities have been created within the reservoir park, while a submerged boardwalk along the reservoir edge allows users to experience walking on water.
How to get there
Services 52, 74, 93, 130, 132, 156, 157, 162, 162M, 165, 166, 167, 852, 855, 980
F&B Outlets and Other Businesses
MacRitchie Amenities CentreBusiness Hour:
Mondays to Sundays, 7.00am to 9.00pmTel:
Dining: Mondays to Fridays: 5.00pm to 10.30pm Weekends, 11.00am to 10.30pm Bar: Mondays to Fridays: 5.00pm to 12.00pm Weekends, 5.00pm to 1.00am Brunch: Saturdays & Sundays: 11.00am to 4.00pmTel:
The new paddle lodge comprises storage areas and canoe rental office for the Singapore Canoe Federation. Within the new building also house the existing Aeration compressors serving the reservoir. This is a replacement of existing Boat koisk and Compressor shed of a similar areas. A new pavement is also created for canoe users leading to the existing cluster of boat stores.
Refer to this link for rental rate details etc:
Be Considerate, Fish Responsibly
Reservoirs and waterways are common spaces to be shared among various users. Exercising a little consideration goes a long way in making our water bodies a safe and pleasant environment for all to enjoy.
Hwa Chong Institution collaborated with PUB to develop the very first edition of the ABC Waters Learning Trail package to encourage youths to build greater appreciation for Singapore’s water resources.
Self-Guided Learning Trail
Participate in the ABC Waters Learning Trail @ MacRitchie Reservoir:
Download the resource package for an experiential learning experience at our ABC Waters site:
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