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  • Exploring with sParks*

    Exploring with sParks*

    Eager to explore a park but not sure where to start? Scratching your head over where to head for lunch after a stroll in the Singapore Botanic Gardens? Need to answer nature's call while cycling along a park connector? Well, the newly-launched sParks* App aims to help with all of that. Developed in collaboration with iAPPS, sParks* helps you plan your day at Singapore's parks, gardens and nature reserves, including the Park Connector Network.

  • Creating Ways for Nature to Travel

    Creating Ways for Nature to Travel

    Nature Ways are linear, green corridors along roadsides that have been developed to connect areas of high biodiversity to urban areas.

  • Wedding bells ring in the fields

    Wedding bells ring in the fields

    On a sunny Thursday afternoon last December, when most were going about their daily routines, a group of family and friends gathered at Sungei Serangoon Park Connector, at the top of the hill overlooking the park connector and the gleaming waters of Serangoon Reservoir.

  • Caring for the community through nature

    Caring for the community through nature

    As a nature lover, I have gone on many guided walks at our parks before. On 25 March, I went on yet another one – the 'Roots, Shoots and Fruits' guided walk at Sengkang Riverside Park. However, that day's experience was different. This was because I helped organise this guided walk for a group of intellectually disabled students from Lee Kong Chian Gardens (MINDS) school (LGS). This was my first time organising a community service event at our parks, and I must admit I was slightly nervous.

  • Huge Fun, Great Benefits – Skating at Night

    Huge Fun, Great Benefits – Skating at Night

    Mulling over what else can be done along our park connectors at night? How about inline skating? Did you know that inline skating offers many health benefits including cardiovascular conditioning, strengthening and toning of muscle? Or that it has less impact on joints as compared to other vigorous exercises? If you do this outdoors, it just gets better as you get to enjoy being close to nature at the same time.

  • Relive Your Memories at Raffles Place Park

    Relive Your Memories at Raffles Place Park

    Evoke memories of your childhood when the playground was your favourite hang-out spot. Take a swing or a spin, or have a picnic, all the while travelling down memory lane. Those are the emotions the Playsets of Yesteryears exhibition hopes to elicit from the public.