Rustic Seletar

Enjoy a slice of nature amid aeroplanes taking off at Hampstead Wetlands Park, which opened at Seletar Aerospace Park in April

Aquatic plants provide food and shelter to boost biodiversity at Hampstead Wetlands Park (above).
Aquatic plants provide food and shelter to boost biodiversity at Hampstead Wetlands Park (above).PHOTO: NATIONAL PARKS BOARD
The boardwalk (above) at The Oval is set against a backdrop of runways and aircraft hangars, providing views of jets landing and taking off.
The boardwalk (above) at The Oval is set against a backdrop of runways and aircraft hangars, providing views of jets landing and taking off.ST PHOTOS: ALPHONSUS CHERN
Colonial black-and-white bungalows (above) in Seletar Aerospace Park have been restored and transformed into a unique lifestyle destination featuring retail and dining establishments.
Colonial black-and-white bungalows (above) in Seletar Aerospace Park have been restored and transformed into a unique lifestyle destination featuring retail and dining establishments. PHOTO: JTC
A specially designed aerospace-themed playground for children (above) pays homage to Seletar's aviation roots.
A specially designed aerospace-themed playground for children (above) pays homage to Seletar's aviation roots.ST PHOTOS: ALPHONSUS CHERN

Aerospace cluster Seletar Aerospace Park (SAP) has, in recent years, been known as a hidden foodie haven.

Now, it is also home to a buzz of biodiversity with fauna such as dragonflies, butterflies and birds.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 10, 2020, with the headline 'Rustic Seletar'. Print Edition | Subscribe