The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship of situational concern and preference. There were 356 participants rated each of six natural settings using a 19 measured items questionnaire that assessed situational concern (environmental safety, self-safety, and direction), preference (coherence, legibility, complexity, and mystery), and overall preference. The study of results shown differ gender have significant different of environmental safety. In correlation of variables, the coherence and legibility had strongly positive correlations with environmental safety. On the contrary, the complexity and mystery had negative correlations with environmental safety. In additional, the legibility had positive correlations with self-safety and direction. Finally, the correlation of situational concern, preference, and overall preference had positive correlation.