More Singapore roads to become 'nature ways' over the next decade for a less manicured city

Tampines Eco Green is one of the existing parks where spontaneous greenery has been allowed to thrive. ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
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SINGAPORE - More green spaces and road verges in Singapore will soon be spared the grass cutter's blades as the Garden City aspires to become a City in Nature over the next decade.

Upper Thomson Road, Lornie Road and Old Choa Chu Kang Road are some of the routes which will become nature ways, the National Parks Board (NParks) said in response to queries from The Straits Times on Wednesday (June 10).

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