Starting from Commonwealth Ave West, Ulu Pandan Park Connector runs through the Ghim Moh estates, Dover MRT station and the Holland Grove estates. Crossing Clementi Road, it links back to cut across the Clementi and Sunset estates, before leading you towards Ayer-Rajah Expressway (AYE). Thereafter, continue to follow the Ulu Pandan Park Connector up north and it will eventually lead you to the Pan Island Expressway (PIE), completing the 7.1KM walk.
Keep your eyes and ears peeled for the Red-Capped Woodpeckers, Kingfishers, as well as the White Egrets that might dart into the canal for a drink. Try to catch sight of the tall Grey Heron (Andrea cinerea) that wades slowly in the shallow waters of Sungei Ulu Pandan while using its bill to prey on fish. You might also catch sight of the magnificent Purple Neck Heron perching on the opposite bank of Sungei Ulu Pandan. Certain sections along the Park Connector are covered in lush greenery, providing a rustic charm.
During the flowering season of Tabebuia rosea, visitors will be welcomed by the colourful sight of flowering trees such as Callerya atropurpurea and Saraca thaipingensis, which features yellow flower blooms on its tree trunk and branches.
The eastern stretch of the Ulu Pandan Park Connector – on both banks of Sungei Ulu Pandan, from Commonwealth Ave West flyover to Clementi Road – will remain closed for public safety due to ongoing and planned recovery and repair works, as well as potential flood risk.
Two segments of Ulu Pandan Park Connector – from Boon Lay Way and Ayer Rajah Expressway to Commonwealth Ave West flyover, and from Clementi Road to Commonwealth Ave West (near Ghim Moh Road) – are opened.
Please note that there is no exit from Ulu Pandan Park Connector to Commonwealth Ave West near the incident area.
The staircase from the park connector to Commonweath Ave West, next to HDB worksite (Clementi NorthArc), is closed to facilitate slope recovery works. Park users can enter/exit the Ulu Pandan Park Connector at Faber Heights Park.
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Agencies will continue to monitor the rain forecast and water level in the canal, and will temporarily close the park connector when necessary.
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