The Sembawang Park Connector is beautifully done up with an abundance of greenery, says a STOMPer, who cycled through it.
Full of praise for the park connector, he says:
"These pictures were taken at the Sembawang Park Connector (SPC) that runs alongside Sungei Sembawang from Woodlands Ave 10 all the way to Admiralty Road West.
"This park connector is very popular with the residents who come here for jogging and cycling.
"This lizard (Calotes versicolor) was spotted on the trunk of a palm tree. It is able to change its colour from yellow to green to brown to blend in with the colour of the environment.
"These three rock pigeons (Columba livia) were standing on the river bank eyeing the water in the river.
"These pigeons are fed by the residents who throw rice and corn pellets for them to eat.
"The flower of the sea putat tree (Barringtonia asiatica) is very beautiful and when the tree is blooming the crown looks purplish white.
"Reaching a height of 20m this tree provides a good shade for tired joggers.
"NParks has built some benches along the SPC. These benches have a cemented base and brown seats and they appear to be strong and sturdy.
"The SPC looks beautiful with all those flowers planted by NParks.
"The residents here are fortunate to have a green lung in the midst of their sprawling estate."