Thursday, June 14, 2012

Bedok Town Park

Bedok Town Park is located along PIE with a rather hilly terrain. One section of the park is planted with many plant species of fruit trees e.g. Mango, mangosteen and rambutan. The park seems to be full of weaver ants at times, resulting in painful attacks sometimes.

Bridge across PIE to Bedok estate
Syzygium grande and Albizia saman trees lined the footpath

blue tail bee eater - brown head
Blue-tailed Bee-eater (Merops philippinus)
flacourtia inermis
Flacourtia inermis tree - commonly planted, host plant for the Leopard butterfly
Phryganocydia corymbosa
Phryganocydia corymbosa climber
plumbago auriculata
Plumbago auriculata
rondeletia leucophylla
Rondeletia leucophylla
streblus elongatus
Streblus elongatus - Tampines tree

Thespesia populnea
Thespesia populnea tree

Bedok Town Park have potential to be an interesting park with all those fruit trees planted. Butterflies and birds are aplenty despite its close proximity to the expressway.

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