03 March 2011


I actually like this park a lot because of the nature theme and natural environment that would support a range of fauna in its multiple habitats. There is also the white flower Kangkong (scientific name: Ipomoea aquatica; Family: Convolvulaceae), an edible vegetable, found on the ground next to a natural dried up pond.

As I ventured deeper in to the park, there were more Ludwigia, other Cyperus plants and the uncommon and native Alstonia spatulata (common name: Siamese Balsa; Family: Apocynaceae) near the water edge. Some links on the plants are shown here: