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Campsites in Singapore

MOE Outdoor Adventure Learning Centre

The Ministry of Education(MOE) holds 4 campsites or what is also known as Outdoor Adventure Learning Centre (OALC) in Singapore. The campsites are:

  1. Dairy Farm OALC 

  2. Labrador OALC 

  3. Changi Coast OALC

  4. Jalan Bahtera OALC

These campsites are located in various part of Singapore and have a variety of activities, some which are unique to their respective locations. All centres consist of Challenge Ropes Course, Low Elements, Dormitories, & Dining Hall. 

Booking of the OALC can only be done through MOE itself via the link provided below.

BBGB Campsite Sembawang

Situated at the end of the Sembawang Road, this quiet and windy campsite is a great place for camp programs. The Campsite offers both land and water activities for all levels of participants to enjoy. With Sembawang beach at the front of the campsite,  campers are able to have their night activities and even canoe at the sea.

The Sembawang Road End area contains a few important historical colonial architecture and natural heritage, which remain standing till this day – a wonderful place for National Education!


Come on down to where the Sun, Sand and Sea unites!

BBHQ - Zion Road

Along Grange Road, you will find the Boys' Brigade in Singapore Headquarters. As a former school compound, it has some classrooms, a small field and dormitories which can use for small group camping experience. Activities would have to be out of the HQ utilising spaces like Labrador park, hikes along the Serangoon River and city based activities.

Pulau Ubin

Pulau Ubin is an island off eastern Singapore and often considered the last 'kampung' (village) in Singapore. A walk through Ubin takes you back to Singapore in the 1960's with the slow lane starts as soon as you join the queue for the bumboat at Changi. You can spend a great day trip hiking or cycling through rustic roads under swaying coconut palms, exploring shady trails in overgrown rubber plantations, checking out secluded beaches and flourishing mangroves. 

With a few places to pitch tents in Pulau Ubin, this is an excellent platform to hone campers' outdoor skills and acquire a wholesome experience.

HTNS Bukit Batok

Hidden in Bukit Batok housing estate, lies the HomeTeam Adventure Centre. The canopy of tall trees and winding trails among bushes cleverly create the feel and ambience of being in a forest. And it is also in this place where the adventure starts.

PA Water Venture Sembawang

The 8,671 sq m Water-Venture facility, which cannot be seen from the main road, is a 15-minute stroll from the nearest bus stop after Andrews Avenue, a private residential area. Built in 2008, the centre offers a resplendent view of the Strait of Johor as well as activities such as kayaking and sea-rafting. It also organises nature trails and orienteering courses in the nearby forests.

The centre lets visitors pitch tents and camp in the great outdoors while allowing for the less adventurous to book a bunk in the four dormitories on site, which can sleep 40 people each. It is the only Water-Venture outlet, among the eight islandwide, that offers dormitories and camping facilities.

Camp Christine

Nested in the north western part of Singapore, Camp Christine is a campsite that is truly close to nature. Surrounded by the last of Singapore's farmlands and facing Malaysia, it is a magnificent place for a camping experience that can be filled with much learning. 

GBHQ - Kovan

Located along Kovan, is the Headquarters of the Girls' Brigade in Singapore. A functional HQ with accommodations and training rooms designed into the layout. GBHQ is suitable for an urban camping with a outdoor twist.

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