FAQs Advanced Search Advanced Search Close Panel All of these words This exact phrase Any of these words Without these words Search within: NParksWhole of Government Expand All Collapse All Nature Conservation and Nature ReservesGeneral Information 1. How many nature reserves does National Parks Board manage? NParks manages the following nature areas and nature reserves. They are:Pulau Ubin Recreation AreaSungei Buloh Wetland ReserveBukit Timah Nature ReserveLabrador ParkCentral Catchment Nature Reserve 2. How many species does Singapore have? Although we are one of the most densely populated countries cities in the world with a compact size of about 700sqkm, we have unusually rich biodiversity. Singapore is home to more than more than 2900 species of plants270 species of butterflies120 species of reptiles75 species of mammals25 species of amphibians200 species of hard corals111 reef fish species360 species of birds, which is slightly more than 60% of the 568 species listed in the UK or 75% of the 467 species found in France. 11 out of the 23 seagrass species that can be found in the Indo-Pacific region (which extends from the South Asia to Eastern Pacific region) can be found here. This is an impressive number given our limited coastal areas in comparison to other countries.