What happens after Singapore regain the railway track land? NSS (Nature Society Singapore) is proposing to the government to preserve the railway-tracks as a "Green Corridor". This corridor can connect up pockets of parks and gardens.
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Do you know that "Green Corridor" is organizing a 3 hour trek this coming Saturday? You will be walking on Railway track! (might not be suitable for kids under 12 years old)
If the proposed "Green Corridor" becomes reality, everybody stands to win.
Adults preserve their fond railway memories and heritage, and kids get to have more green plots to explore.
Have you read our previous Singapore-Johor rail experience already?
Daddy hope our kids will be curious to discover more about Singapore's railway history, and support what "Green Corridor" is trying to achieve.