A brand new walk at Fort Canning Park! Embark on this adventure and discover the secret lives of our heritage trees.
Nature-loving guides from The Green Volunteers will walk you through this public park that has undergone a series of historical transformation through the centuries.
Although much of the original vegetation has disappeared due to these changes, active greening efforts have converted this once formidable fort into an idyllic respite from the hustle and bustle of city life amidst lush and magnificent trees. Meet the Towering Kapok, Flaky Gelam, Gnarled Madras Thorn and many more.
Learn how plants and animals have co-existed and to a certain extent become co-dependant on one another for survival. Immerse yourself in the sounds of nature orchestrated by chirping birds and shrilling cicadas as you walk along the trail.
In a vastly developed urban jungle, Fort Canning offers that unique pocket of biodiversity to appreciate the greenery within our vibrant city.
This is a free public outreach programme in the park, held every second Saturday.
Date: 10 Apr (Sat)
Time: 4-6 pm
Venue: Meet at courtyard, opposite NParks Visitor Centre, Fort Canning Centre
Contact: 6332 1200 or firstname.lastname@example.org or or visit thegreenvolunteers.blogspot.com