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  • Fort Canning Park Singapore

    Fort Canning Park | The Story Behind “Forbidden Hill”

    Facts about Fort Canning Park: Fort Canning Park is located on Fort Canning Hill. Fort Canning Hill was also known as Bukit Tuan Bonham (Sir Bonham’s Hill), Bukit Bendera (Flag Hill), and Singapore Hill. The green landscape around Fort Canning was known as Central Park in 1972. It was renamed Fort Canning Park on November […] More

  • The Chinese Garden Singapore

    Facts about Chinese Garden Singapore Chinese Garden Singapore was first built in 1975 (in Jurong East, Singapore). Designed designed by Taiwanese architect: Prof. Yuen-chen Yu. Inspired by Chinese gardening art. If you are asking yourself where to go for your next trip, and want to choose something other than a beach or some place close […] More

  • Bukit Timah Nature Reserve | Sticking out from the crowd!

    Facts about Bukit Timah Nature Reserve: Established in 1883. Part of it is located on Bukit Timah Hill. It’s name literally means “tin-bearing hill” in Malay. Singapore’s central business district, the Downtown Core, is only 12 km away. “Sticking out from the crowd!” might seem like a silly title for an article on the Bukit […] More

  • Mandai Orchard Garden, Swim through the Colorful Sea of Plants

    Mandai Orchard Garden Highlights Singapore is said to be an independent nation nesting an island with an area of 57,000 hectares, with a degree north of the equator. It is situated at the southern point of the Asian continent particularly between the countries of Malaysia and Indonesia.With the status of being duty-free; there exists a […] More

  • East Coast Park | Sway With the Palms!

    Facts about East Coast Park: East Coast Park is located on the south-eastern part of Sentosa Island. It first opened in the 1970s, when the Government reclaimed areas of land. It is Singapore’s largest (at 1.85 km2) and most popular park, boasting a completely man-made beach! Have you ever been to a multipurpose park?  If […] More

  • Botanic Gardens

    The Singapore Botanic Gardens | A Soil of Wealth!

    Facts about Singapore Botanic Garden: Founded in 1859 by the Agri Horticultural Society. It was handed over later to the government for maintenance. The hills are home to a collection of more than 1,000 species and 2,000 orchid hybrids. The Singapore Botanic Gardens has conquered more than the past 150 years to bring us an […] More

  • HortPark | A Garden Fantasy!

    HortPark | A Garden Fantasy!

    Facts about HorkPark Singapore: HortPark is a 23-hectare regional park in South-Western Singapore. It has hosted GardenTech events almost every year. GardenTech was officially opened on October 24, 2002. If you’ve ever wanted to surround yourself with all things “gardening”, then HortPark would be your dream come true!  This park will give you 23-hectares of […] More

  • Labrador Park and Nature Reserve

    Discover winding forest walkways, explore secret military tunnels and take in a sunset over the rocky coast at Singapore’s Labrador Park and Nature Reserve! See why this former military bastion is now a natural getaway in the heart of downtown Singapore. Rocky Cliffs and Coast For nature buffs and sea lovers alike, Labrador Park is […] More

  • MacRitchie, Peirce and Seletar Reservoirs

    If you’re looking to escape the flurry of activity in downtown Singapore, why not opt for a cool spot where you can get your feet wet, go for a hike or do some fishing? Singapore’s three reservoirs, MacRitchie, Peirce and Seletar are great settings for a family outing or for the weary just looking to […] More

  • The Southern Ridges

    Anyone looking for a place to get some exercise in Singapore should check out the Southern Ridges, a 9km series of parklands that feature a number of trails and walking paths ideal for getting out of town and into nature. Walkers and joggers will find this is an ideal place for a morning run, with […] More

  • Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

    Did you know that Singapore is home to one of the world’s busiest bird airports? Every year between September and March, thousands of migrating birds pass through the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve on the north edge of Singapore Island to refuel, rest and relax before taking off on their connecting flights to and from breeding […] More

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