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Singapore - Bukit Batok Nature Reserve

Sunday 4 May 2008 by Wolf
Bukit Batok means the Caughing Hill in malay, without a doubt this is to be explained with the marble quarries that used to spread the stone dust all over the area in ancient times. The Nature Reserve is a 36 ha big public park situated along Bukit Batok East Ave 2. It was developed on an abandoned quarry site and has a deep pond at the foot of a high cliff. It has a number of footpaths meandering all across the area; as well as several lookout points on the top of the cliff. Especially in (...)


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