Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Jalan Pelikat Park Connector

There's a Park Connector in Upper Serangoon area which I have not tried walking before as it's quite a distance away from my place.  Since I was in the vicinity after visiting All Saints Memorial Chapel, decided not to waste the trip and took a walk there.


(1) Only know that the starting point, have to turn in from Kg Sireh, have to find it.


(2) Found it


(3) Temple on the right side, but didn't managed to visit the temple to have a look.


(4) The walking path


(5) Flowers along the way


(6) Jalan Geneng Interim Park along the way


(7) Plant


(8) Private Estate


(9) Condo


(10) Private Estate


(11) Passed by, but not too sure what's this building


(12) HDB Flat


(13) Jalan Pelikat Park Connector


(14) Long Gao


(15) HDB Flats


(16) Private Estate's, heard thunder's while walking, was hoping it will not rain till finish walking.


(17) HDB Flats


(18) There's two path here, on the right, for pedestrians, on the left, for cyclists.


(19) Promenade, was curious about the place, went to have a look, the place was quite quiet, only a few shops.


(19)  Residence area



(20) HDB Flats


(21) End the walk here - Church Building

Phew, lucky it didn't rain during the walk, after the walk, it started to rain.

27 comments:

  1. 看見花兒就是賞心悅目啊!完全被吸引住了!

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  2. You are ao adventurous, venture in unknown path by yourself. I would usually get someone to go with me at first then when I am familiar, I will go by myself. ^^

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    1. Since I am in the vicinity, might as well go and explore, hehe...

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  3. Ooooo...the mint so big and fertile. Mine, gone case already - paid so much for a pot, so hard to keep it alive, much less grow big and nice. :(

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    1. That why now I never buy plants, me no fate and no green fingers, so better for me not to harm the plants...

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    2. I think that is oregano. Too big to be mint. ^^

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  4. The buildings are very interesting to me as the architecture designs are very different and nice in Singapore.

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    1. That plant doesn't look like mint plant to me. I forgot its name but it is edible.

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    2. Thanks for the point out, if not, I will mistaken it for mint plant...

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    3. It looks like oregano to me. I use it to boil and drink for my cough. Used it in pasta and roasted chicken too.

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    4. I know that's a plant can be used for cough, now i know it's this plant, thanks Rose...

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  5. Interesting stuff to see. :)

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  6. Bravo Sharon! Interesting walk again

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  7. I am always attracted to the flowers you find :)

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  8. I like the pink flowers you found on your walk. The 2nd plant is Chinese Lemon Leaves or Cuban Oregano, good for cough and throat. Some nice private residential houses and nice church building. Good thing it didn't rain before you finish your walk.

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    1. Now i learn something, the name of the plant, thanks Nancy... :)

      Thank God, it only rain after i finish the walk...

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  9. It's good to take a walk. You get to see more things. Great!

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    1. I like to walk different places see different things, hehe...

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  10. I love looking at all the buildings you posted - so neat and clean. Nice scenery too! ^.^

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