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  • A Park for Everyone

    A Park for Everyone

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    Life on the suspension bridge brings nothing but thrills to the Tan family.

  • Let’s Go On A Heritage Tree Hunt!

    Let’s Go On A Heritage Tree Hunt!

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    Did you know that in the Singapore Botanic Gardens, there is a tree that reclines almost 45 degrees to the ground? Ever wondered how the Lonely Nutmeg got its name? Go on a journey of discovery and learn more about the fascinating Heritage Trees of the Botanic Gardens.

  • From Nothing to a Blooming Community

    From Nothing to a Blooming Community

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    Amid the tranquil setting of the Chinese Garden is a Community In Bloom (CIB) garden with a padi field, recycling garden and other themed gardens. 2CG recently won the CIB Award for Best New Community Garden – an apt award for a garden that aims to be a community centre without a roof!

  • A Walk With Sea Creatures

    A Walk With Sea Creatures

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    Wondering whether to visit the newly opened extension of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve? Watch this short video and learn what’s in store for visitors.

  • Soaring to New Xtremes

    Soaring to New Xtremes

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    The last weekend in August was no ordinary weekend, at least, not for visitors to East Coast Park.

  • An Enchanted Evening With Andrea Bocelli

    An Enchanted Evening With Andrea Bocelli

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    As dusk fell on 8 May 2010, the resident birds of the Singapore Botanic Gardens were joined in song by a star-studded lineup of human vocalists. The occasion was the YTL Concert of Celebration 2010, and the headline performer was Andrea Bocelli, world-renowned Italian tenor.

  • Singapore History Amidst Lush Greenery

    Singapore History Amidst Lush Greenery

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    Fort Canning Park is deeply rooted in Singapore’s history, from the time of the 14th century kings to the founding of modern Singapore. Learn more about the park here.

  • Climbing Trees Is Serious Business!

    Climbing Trees Is Serious Business!

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    Tree climbing is one of those unique outdoor activities that has stood the test of time. Today's middle-aged men have fond memories of shimmying up Tembusu trees in their youth, searching for Y-shaped branches to make into catapults. These days, tree climbing is regarded as an adventure activity, complete with modern safety equipment such as helmets, harnesses and ropes.

  • The A to Z of Plants and Greenery

    The A to Z of Plants and Greenery

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    In this two-part series, we bring you interesting snippets of information on common plants found in our gardens and parks, unique plant structures and other interesting botany-related facts. Learning about botany is not as easy as A, B, C, but hopefully this gives you a good start!

  • Fun In The Sun

    Fun In The Sun

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    Sun’s out, fun’s in! Hanging out with your friends, or looking for things to do with the family? Here are nine exciting activities you can enjoy in our parks and gardens.

  • Learn With Sara The Botanicosaurus!

    Learn With Sara The Botanicosaurus!

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    Meet Sara the Botanicosaurus. She’s cute, she’s pink – and she lives in the Singapore Botanic Gardens!

  • Steve Ma and Family Make New Discoveries at Jacob Ballas Children's Garden

    Steve Ma and Family Make New Discoveries at Jacob Ballas Children's Garden

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    On a hot and humid day in May, popular Taiwanese actor Steve Ma Ching Tao, also known as Xiao Ma Ge, dropped by Jacob Ballas Children's Garden at the Singapore Botanic Gardens with his family.

  • Rui En, The Reel-Life Arborist

    Rui En, The Reel-Life Arborist

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    You’ve watched this star’s on-screen adventures in a variety of exciting drama serials. Most recently, she played a hard-boiled police officer in Unriddle, and a trendy girl-about-town in A Tale of 2 Cities.

  • A Picnic With The ‘Playground Fairy’

    A Picnic With The ‘Playground Fairy’

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    A cool, shaded playground sits along Watten Estate Road, just a hop and a skip away from a row of popular restaurants at Greenwood Avenue.

  • Making a Splash!

    Making a Splash!

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    It is a Saturday afternoon and ten-year-old Mustafa Sabbagh is making a splash at East Coast Park

  • A River Runs Through It

    A River Runs Through It

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    The canal turned river is now the focal point of the revamped park. All around the river was a hive of activity - joggers, brisk-walkers, cyclists, dog-walkers, families spending time with their children, people trying to launch their kites into the air from the open green space in the middle of the park.

  • Our Amazing Biodiverse-city

    Our Amazing Biodiverse-city

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    Singapore is home to over 2,000 plant species and some 50 mammal species, but it is no easy task to protect and conserve our rich biodiversity. Learn about five of 46 threatened native flora and fauna that were identified this year for species recovery efforts.

  • Parks Festival 2011: Celebrating Our Green Spaces

    Parks Festival 2011: Celebrating Our Green Spaces

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    Do you know how many parks there are in Singapore? Many people in Singapore have yet to visit more than a dozen parks - and yet, there are over 300 parks on this small island!

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