Although many of Singapore's green spaces have their particular character and charm, the Alexandra Park Connector has been meticulously planned. Cyclists and joggers will relish the smooth dedicated paths on either side of the canal, and those with a family will enjoy the relaxing late afternoon stroll.
Reservoirs and public gardens account for 42% of Singapore's land use, while more than half is built up. At the founding of Singapore in 1819, evergreen rainforests and mangroves covered most of the island.
See, people do use Singapore park connectors: take granny for the evening stroll, let baby try his first steps in the playground, muscle up with the outdoor fitness contraptions, cycle and stroll along the water for the next Iron Man triathlon...
Kent Ridge Park and Bukit Chandu are part of the Southern Ridges. They overlook the sea to the South, and the Singapore HortPark (an educational horticulture park) to the North.
Zadok Ben-David's sculptures are in town at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Art in a garden, what could be more perfect after a day at the office? Zadok Ben-David is a London based artist. From October 23rd 2012 to January 31st 2013, 17 of his sculptures are on show at the Singapore Botanic Gardens.