Virtual Tour | One of Singapore Iconic Lookout Tower – Seletar Reservior Park
This Virtual Tour contains a total of 48 spots. It will walk you through the entire Seletar Reservior Park.
About Seletar Resevior Park
Who can forget the reservoir park’s rocket-shaped iconic tower? It looms into view as soon as one approaches. Climb up to the top and be rewarded with stunning panoramic views of the waters and its adjacent greenery.
With 15 hectares of lush greenery, Upper Seletar Reservoir Park is a great venue for walkers and joggers. Home to some resident long-tailed macaques, park visitors should take care not to expose food or drinks in their presence.
Built in 1920 as Singapore’s third impounding reservoir, Seletar Reservoir was officially opened by Her Royal Highness, Princess Alexandra on 10th August 1969. In 1992, it was renamed as Upper Seletar Reservoir and became a marked conservation site in 1999.
Today, Upper Seletar Reservoir is one of the four reservoirs that bound the nature reserves. Other reservoirs include: MacRitchie Reservoir, Lower Peirce Reservoir, Upper Peirce Reservoir and Upper Seletar Reservoir. Serving as water catchment areas, forests surrounding these reservoirs are protected from agriculture activities in order to ensure the quality of water. (According to NPark website)
NHB launches research on Singapore’s iconic lookout towers. Check out the Article here.