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From little red dot to green habitat teeming with wildlife

A love for nature can spark a love for nation. Loving our flora and fauna can form the throbbing heart of a Singapore identity.

Singapore is aiming for a reimagination of its former "Garden City" and "City in a Garden" concepts. ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO
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With more parks being planned around Singapore, the little red dot is fast transforming into a green habitat, a city with stretches of parks that breathe like a green lung through the concrete landscape.

Some days, when I drive down leafy, tree-lined roads around the Central Catchment area - like the Lornie Road highway - I feel like I'm already living in a "City in Nature". This is the vision Singapore is aiming for, a reimagination of its former "Garden City" and "City in a Garden" concepts.

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