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Bishan Ang Mo Kio Park, Singapore

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  • This is a fairly large park that straddles across Marymount Road. It benefits residents who live nearby, especially those within walking distance. A few car parks are provided along Ang Mo Kio Avenue ...  more »
  • A Fantastic Park with a. Ice man made river and pathways. Good landscaping and inspiring structures around. Excellent place for jogging walking the dogs.  more »
  • Located far from centre of the city , this park is peacefull. Not many thing available in this park. Only river, dog training place and grass....If you are happy with quite things this can be your des...  more »
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  • Good place for a family walkabout and cycling. A big part in the middle of the HDB estate. So the story was it begins as a river with all the pig and chicken farm and cemetery around it. Then the river became the big monsoon canal for many years. Then a government agency headed but an guy who is quite imaginative - well, my friend - decided to make it back into a river and scenic park so you and I can enjoy the place. I just wish that we could do better to make it like the New York central park.
  • Wonderful space. Perfect for jogging or exercising with its numerous facilities. You can walk your dog there or ride your bike. Lots of beautiful scenery and ponds to enjoy nature. Some shops to help with your hunger or thirst. Has path markers for your running goals
  • Good for brisk walking, jogging, cycling and pet walking. Nice and beautiful park. Some eateries and lot of others more things to experience. Come on down now😊👍🤗🌻
  • The park is a great place to do some exercise. Both sides of the park is connected by a zebra crossing and a traffic light away. To walk a full round of the entire park is more than 10km. It does get a little boring after a while because the terrain is quite flat. There are some restaurants within the park. For a quick rest, there is also a McDonald's outlet for a quick coffee or cold drink.
  • The park is just a stone's throw away quite literally! I go there after work and it's always refreshing to not just see greenery and floral plants but the river, bridges, the activities that take place between Ang Mo Kio and Bishan residents, and my share of the park is smaller compared to the other side (towards Upper Thomson and Bright Hill). ABC Waters, National Parks and volunteers did a great job maintaining this park. Who would've known clean-up could be a social cause? Also, because I'm into AR (augmented reality) games, I'm fully utilising the park in more ways than 1.

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