Guided Walk of Heritage Trees in Changi When Sat, 29 Jun 2019 09:00AM - 11:30AM Where Changi Point Ferry Terminal,Ground level Get Directions Who Open to all ages, children under the age of 13 to be under parental/guardian guidance Contact us Email firstname.lastname@example.org Tickets Free Registration Required Completed Approximately 2 km long, this refreshed guided outdoor learning journey will start just outside Changi Village and end at Andover Road near Changi Beach Club. You can learn about 10 Heritage Trees and other plant species along the way, many of which are native to Singapore and have interesting historical stories. For example, not many may know that the name Tampines was derived from the Tempinis Tree (Streblus elongatus). You will also be among the first to view our newly nominated Mock Lime (Murraya paniculata) Heritage Tree, endorsed in September 2018. The Mock Lime is a popular fragrant plant in Singapore, often grown as hedges up to 3.5 m tall. This Mock Lime Heritage Tree has a height of 9 m and is believed to be more than 60 years old! Join us to learn more about our natural heritage and the value of trees in our environment. Click here to register. Registration closes on 25 June 2019 or when slots are full. Participation slots are on a first-come-first-served basis. Successful registrants will be notified through email.