Every nation allocates green space for recreation, but Singapore is undertaking the mega-project of all time: Park connectors that encircle the entire city so sports enthusiasts can just keep going! The idea, proposed in 1987 when Singapore planners sought creative ideas for maximising green space in this land-scarce city, included repurposing drainage ditches, abandoned rail track and other neglected strips of land and turning them into what’s now 200 km of pathway for recreational users. There’s no traffic. No vehicles, in fact. Just kilometer after kilometer of scenic paths that will ultimately encircle the city like a warm embrace.
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