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September 17, 2008

Tranquil Singapore Sights: Kent Ridge Park

Tranquil Singapore Sights: Kent Ridge Park

On cool weekday afternoons, seek out Kent Ridge Park in Singapore for its tranquil sights to relax in a peaceful scenic hilltop locale. Relax in this haven of trees, shrubs and a pond that are tranquil sights, away from the hustle and bustle of daily living.

Photo: One of the tranquil sights at Kent Ridge Park

How do you tell if sights in Kent Ridge Park are tranquil enough for seekers of inner calm? The clues are obvious. A sea-facing bench is an inviting hint. A gazebo on top of a small hill is another thing. Tables with chairs beside long paths flanked by hedges of flowers are more sights where one can be a part of, to blend into the fringe.

Want more clues on the tranquil sights at Kent Ridge Park? How about the hilltop views of the distant port and sea? Or how about the sight of greenery in Kent Ridge Park, beneath the steps from the car park? Here, around a pond, where you can witness how clean the air can be. Watch birds sing between trees along the Southern Ridges trails to unwind the tight knot between your ears.

Hey look; an AMX-13 tank is one of the uncommon tranquil sights in a park in Singapore. But its presence is symbolic! Who would dare break the peace and quiet at Kent Ridge Park, with the threat of a gun pointing at you? Not to mention an artillery piece, standing guard at the entrance to Kent Ridge Park…

Did I mention other tranquil sights like the sunsets or the rainbow? If you wonder how great the day could develop for visitors to Singapore's Kent Ridge Park, only those who share similar ideas and are inclined to visit regularly will know.

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Lam Chun See said...

Well I would recommend this place that I just blogged about. It's Jalan Lekar, Jalan Semangka area in Choa Chu Kang. It's not a park but the view quite fits what you are describing here. If you drive, it easy to get to. If you don't, you can take a shuttle bus to Qian Hu from CCK MRT station and just walk the rest of the way.

Jln Semangka is actually a loop. On the northern side, you can ge a nice view of Sungei Tengah. I did not post any photo but the view is quite nice. But area is quite secluded and thus not suitable for female to go alone.

Seen This Scene That said...

It's good to see such rare open air places in Singapore. Will likely pay a visit later.

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