one-north Park is a 16-ha park consisting of 13 land parcels spanning across the entire length of one-north and is a key element in JTC’s masterplan for one-north to create a work-live-play-learn environment. When fully completed, it will serve as an integrated green link connecting key developments such as Biopolis, Fusionopolis, Mediapolis and the one-north MRT station.
one-north Park: Fusionopolis South is a 2.44ha park located along Central Exchange Green. It was sensitively developed, based on principles of environmental sustainability. Existing vegetation, including remnant secondary forests, was retained and the original habitat was then enhanced enabling these areas to be established as a nature sanctuary to support existing bird populations. Trees such as the Weeping Fig (Ficus benjamina), Malayan Wild Cherry (Muntingia calabura) and Saga Tree (Adenanthera pavonina L.) provide food sources for many bird species, making them attractive to the avian life. Bird lovers will be able to spot bird species such as the Common Flameback (Dinopium javanese), Long-tailed Parakeet (Psittacula longicauda) and Pink-necked Green Pigeon (Treron vernans).
In the interest of providing a conducive sanctuary for the birds, there is no lighting provided in this park.
How to get there: 5 minutes walk from one-north MRT station
Park Size: 2.44 hectares
Lighting hours: No lighting provided in the park
Nearby Parks: one-north Park: Fusionopolis North, one-north Park: Mediapolis
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible