#4 West Coast Park- The Marsh Gardens, Park Connecter

Hello there! Welcome to yet another post about the Parks of Singapore! West Coast Park has always been a very enjoyable and fun place to go to- as there are many adventure courses and playgrounds. I even used to learn skating there! But as I was enjoying a stroll through the park, I discovered the boardwalk for the Marsh Gardens. It was a beautiful place, and if you go there early in the morning, you can definitely see some Cockatoos, and even some monitor lizards in the marsh! After enjoying the beautiful scenery, we decided to head home through the West Coast Park Connector, which by itself has so much nature and wildlife. We spotted many bees, and several butterflies sucking the nectar from some  bright pink flowers. Sadly, when we were walking, we also saw a dead butterfly which was getting eaten by many ants. But that is the beauty of nature- the never ending cycle of life and death.SONY DSC

Enjoy the photos!

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*Photos by Lavanya Prakash

Au revoir!

Lavanya Prakash, mynatureexperiences(at)hotmail.com

https://mynatureexperiences.wordpress.com/

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4 thoughts on “#4 West Coast Park- The Marsh Gardens, Park Connecter

  1. What a great blog! Giving us a glimpse into little known precious wild corners of Singapore. Thank you for sharing and looking forward to more posts!

    1. Thank you so much for visiting my blog. I really like Wild Singapore, and hope to meet you soon. Regards, Lavanya

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