Sembawang Park

Spent the entire morning in Sembawang Park. That’s about 4 to 5 hours being surrounded by nature! It was my first time there and I must say, I’m impressed! Here’s a photowalk through Sembawang Park.

Serene Sembawang Park

These are huge! About 10cm in diameter. Fungi are common, especially in our climate.
Unfortunately, I couldn't get a closer view. There are slides and I forsee it's going to be a fun playground once it's ready!

Unfortunately, I couldn’t get a closer view. There are slides and I forsee it’s going to be a fun playground once it’s ready!

These flowers are really tiny, I couldn't focus despite trying over and over again.

These flowers are really tiny, I couldn’t focus despite trying over and over again.

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Beaulieu House is a colonial-style house turned restaurant. Visit to learn about Singapore's heritage here! I must admit, this is really a bad picture! Under the glaring sunlight, I couldn't see the screen of my iPhone =/

Beaulieu House is a colonial-style house turned restaurant. Visit to learn about Singapore’s heritage here!
I must admit, this is really a bad picture! Under the glaring sunlight, I couldn’t see the screen of my iPhone =/

Situated on the northern part of Singapore, you can see the tranquil view of Johore Straits.

Situated on the northern part of Singapore, you can see the tranquil view of Johore Straits.

Some beautiful plants await your presence!

Some beautiful plants await your presence!

A group of youngsters canoeing under the bright, scorching sun.

A group of youngsters canoeing under the bright, scorching sun.

For more information, visit the official website or visit its Wikipedia page.

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