Walking On Sunshine! (Parks Edition)

August 18, 2016

The sun is burning out there! But did you know soaking up some healthy sun can actually benefit your health. Vitamin D is produced from the sunlight, promotes healthy bones, decreases cancer and heart diseases and many more. Remember to put on sun screen or wear appropriate wear, don’t get burnt while replenishing your Vitamin D for FREE!
  1. Hort Park
With 20 themed sections on this 23 hectare park. It is also well known as one-stop resource centre that brings gardening-related, recreational, educational activities. Hort Park actively promotes “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle”. If there is anything you want to recycle, drop them off there and set good example for your kids, cultivating the green practices since young. Address: 33 Hyderabad Road, Singapore 119578  
  1. Bukit Timah Hill
Spreading across 3,043 hectares, this is the home for about 40% of Singapore’s undisturbed flowers and animals. The trails are renovated to comply with safety issues and are easier to navigate. It is a nice place for you and your family to do a little hiking. Address: Hindhede Drive, Singapore 589318
  • Reopen in Sept 2016
  1. Chinese Garden
Its landmark would be the magnificent structure like the 13 arch stone bridge, the 7 storey pagodas, pavilion etc. Garden of Abundance is one of their hotspots as well, housing 12 stone sculptures of the Chinese Zodiac. Chinese Garden is the most popular during Chinese New Year & Mid-Autumn Festival. The spacious area is great for your family to picnic or explore the rich Chinese Culture. Address: 1, Chinese Garden, Singapore 619795

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