Public campsites & BBQ pits to reopen on Jan. 20, 6 pax per tent & 8 pax per BBQ pit

All BBQ activities must stop by 10.30pm.

Sumita Thiagarajan | January 17, 2021, 07:18 PM

[Update on Jan. 15, 2022 at 2:15pm: In line with Multi-Ministry Taskforce's latest advisory, campsites and BBQ pits are closed. For more information on the Covid-19 measures in gardens, parks, and nature reserves, please visit NParks website.]

Good news for those who love camping and using the BBQ pits at public parks in Singapore.

From Jan. 20, 2021, campsites in parks (including Pulau Ubin) and BBQ pits will reopen, according to the National Parks Board (NParks).

Need to apply via AXS to camp & BBQ


If you're looking to set up your tent at a campsite, make sure you make an application online via AXS (or this form for Pulau Ubin).

For those who are pitching tents, do note that there should be a five-metre distance in between camping tents.

At the same time, there should be a maximum of six campers per tent.

Photo by Syahindah Ishak

BBQ pits

If you're hanging out with friends or family at a BBQ pit, please note that the group size should not exceed eight people, and that all BBQ activities should stop by 10.30pm.

Apply for BBQ pits here.

More details can be found on NParks' website.

Top image by Syahindah Ishak