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Interesting Sights at Changi Beach Park

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  • Casuarina trees

    Escape the hustle and bustle of the concrete jungle with a slow walk through the rows of Casuarina trees (Casuarina equisetifolia) located at carpark 6 to carpark 7.
  • Kicar

    Try looking out for native trees such as the evergreen Kicar (Rapanea porteriana). It was once commonly found in the mangrove and coastal areas; however, due to increasing urbanisation, much of its habitat is lost, making it vulnerable in Singapore.
  • Petai Laut

    Another native tree in the area is the small Petai Laut (Dendrolobium umbellatum). See if you can spot its white flowers and brown seed pods. In traditional medicine, a decoction of the leaves is drunk as a general tonic.
  • Sepetir

    Also, be awed by the dipterocarp giant, the Sepetir (Sindora wallichii), another native tree, which can grow up to 30m in height.

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Last updated on 21 November 2014

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