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  • Singapore Garden Festival expects to hit 400000 visitorship after the weekend closes

    30 Jul 2016

    As Singapore Garden Festival (SGF) draws close to its final day on 31 July, organisers have shared that they expect to achieve a visitorship of around 400,000 people, far surpassing the figures for 2014. About 300,000 people had visited SGF in 2014, when it was first relocated to Gardens by the Bay.
  • ITE College East students emerge top at inaugural Landscape Design Challenge

    29 Jul 2016

    After weeks of designing, implementing and maintaining a garden of their own, 24 tertiary students are now richer in their experience of landscaping and horticulture. Today, H.A.D (acronym for members’ names – Hayati, Afifah, Danish) from ITE College East were crowned champions of the first-ever Landscape Design Challenge held at Singapore Garden Festival 2016.
  • Winners of student floral competitions at Singapore Garden Festival announced

    29 Jul 2016

    Results of the 14th Floral Harmony @ Nanyang, which is held in conjunction with Singapore Garden Festival 2016, were released today, with 10 Gold awards presented to budding floral designers who participated in the Intra-School Floral Art Competition and inter-school International Youth Floral Art Competition.
  • Bonsais the size of a five-cent coin to wow visitors at Singapore Garden Festival 2016

    25 Jul 2016

    Held in conjunction at Singapore Garden Festival, this year’s Penjing & Artistic Stone Exhibition and Competition continues to wow visitors with works of living art. Amongst the exhibits is the smallest bonsai on display by Mr Lim Kuay Huat (林快发), 75, sporting the Chinese character for joy (乐).
  • Singapore Garden Festival celebrates the community's gardening efforts at official opening

    23 Jul 2016

    The 2016 edition of Singapore Garden Festival (SGF), Singapore’s premier international garden show, welcomed its first visitors today. Organised by the National Parks Board (NParks) and Gardens by the Bay, the Festival was opened by Minister for National Development, Mr Lawrence Wong.
  • Singapore Garden Festival 2016 returns as the most extensive edition ever

    22 Jul 2016

    Premier international garden and flower show, Singapore Garden Festival (SGF), will make its return tomorrow, delighting visitors from 23–31 July 2016 at Gardens by the Bay. Jointly organised by the National Parks Board (NParks) and Gardens by the Bay, the Festival’s sixth edition will be the largest to date at 9.7 hectares – almost double the size of the 5-hectare showground in 2014 – and will showcase a record 79 garden and floral displays.
  • More Walking and Cycling Connections for a Car-lite Singapore

    09 Jul 2016

    Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was at the launch ceremony with Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong and Senior Minister of State for Transport Josephine Teo, and announced the completion of the first phase of works to transform Ang Mo Kio into Singapore’s first walking and cycling town. At the same time, the National Parks Board (NParks) will be starting development works for the 150km Park Connector Network Round Island Route to link up parks, park connectors and communities by the end of the year.
  • Redeveloped Marine Cove offers more open spaces with vistas of the sea

    24 Jun 2016

    Visitors to East Coast Park can look forward to more open spaces with vistas of the sea, improved connectivity, family-friendly amenities and dining options at the redeveloped Marine Cove. These are part of efforts by the National Parks Board (NParks) to enhance visitors’ experience at Singapore’s most popular park and enliven green spaces in our City in a Garden.
  • NParks shortlists six teams for Jurong Lake Gardens Central and East design consultancy

    22 Jun 2016

    The National Parks Board (NParks) today announced that six teams have been shortlisted to participate in the second stage of the tender for design consultancy services for Jurong Lake Gardens (JLG) Central and East.
  • More than half of one-north Park completed with the opening of the newest phase of four land parcels

    17 Jun 2016

    The National Parks Board (NParks) will open the newest phase of one-north Park tomorrow (18 Jun, Sat). Comprising about 3.7 hectares in size, the latest phase which includes four land parcels – “one-north Park: Rochester West”; “one-north Park: Rochester East”; “one-north Park: Fusionopolis North” and “one-north Park: Fusionopolis South”, complements two previously opened land parcels and provides a larger green recreational respite for office workers, students and residents in the vicinity of one-north.
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