Tag: Singapore Parks

Singapore parks are an important part of the small island city. In recent years, The Singapore National Park Board (NParks) have been working hard to turn Singapore into a green city.
Besides providing shade and access to green spaces, colour is also introduced by planting flowering trees and shrubs.
Individual parks are also linked up in a network called Park Connector Network (PCN). There are more than 7,800 hectares of green spaces: nature reserves, gardens, parks, park connectors.

The Singapore Green Plan 2030 aspires to transform Singapore into a City in Nature.

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