The Park started in Malay fishing villages, where villagers lived in wooden shacks built on stilts. In 1819, with the British acquisition, it was designated as a living area in China. About 20 years later, it was a thriving activity center with trading companies, shopping malls and three famous Chinese temples. Another national memorial, Sakura Fukun, was also located here.
A little taste of the jungle in downtown Singapore. There are a couple short trails and places to sit and relax.
Flowers are in full blossom, green plants are abundant, the garden is clean and sanitary, and the body and mind are nourished.
I still like this park very much. The green area inside is very high. It's also worth a good look.
The park environment is quite good and the greening is doing well.
The environment in the park is good for people to walk.
Small parks, there are many big trees, convenient for the surrounding residents and office workers, can rest and walk.
Air quality index is very high because there are many green plants.
It feels really good, benefiting people living nearby.