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Four Nature Parks To Be Developed Around The Central Catchment Area in Singapore

Four new nature parks are in the works and will be situated around the central catchment area. These are intended to be green buffer areas to protect the catchment area. The first of the four parks was officially opened by Minister of State for National Development, Mr Desmond Lim on Nov 1, 204. The Springleaf Nature Park covers an area of 6ha and offers a trails for trekkers, an observation deck for the increasing number of briders or birdwatches as well as a rest shelter, toilets, and a carpark. The park is relatively flat and is a nice place to walk and there are some 80 species of birds in the area according to National Parks.

The second of the four parks - Chestnut Nature Park - will be completed in 2016. This park will be much bigger, spreading over 80 ha and will have a 7-storey watch tower so that visitors can have enjoy the view of the park from a high vantage point. It will offer hiking and biking trails.

The last two nature parks in the works are the Thomson and Windsor Nature Parks but more details have not yet been released.


For more visit:

The New Straits Times Report on Springleaf Park

Propertyguru's Write-up on Springlead Nature Park

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