Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Bottle Tree Park - WW

We were on our way to visit friends and passed by this cool park. We drove in to take a look and ending up spending a couple of hours exploring it.



The Bottle Trees were imported from Australia, making a wonderful feature adding beauty to any landscape. They provide good shade and photo opportunities.


The place was packed with people fishing at its big lake amidst tranquil environment on a lazy public holiday.

For couples, you could go swan paddling on the lake, rental of one swan is at S$9 per 15 min block.

There are lots of lovely spots for photo taking.Both adults and kids will enjoy exploring the park.


Go for a walk round the park where there is also a small farm and try to identify the different kinds of plants and trees in it.

Admission is free.

81 Lorong Chencharu (Yishun)
#01-01 Bottle Tree Park
Open daily 8:00 am to 12 midnight





First Commenter - Tekkaus

25 comments:

  1. This place is so near my office yet I have not explored. Alright, admittedly, I haven't figured where the entrance is....

    The idea of swan paddling seems cool.

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  2. Bottle Tree Park is a park I have always want to visit with my wife! Thanks for sharing this post with all readers, East Coast Life!

    At the same time, how is your recovery? Hope you have recovered.

    Warmest Regards,

    Singapore Short Stories

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  3. it's a unique looking tree right there. :) i love to visit parks. our parks here are very ordinary looking though but it's a nice place to relax and breathe in some fresh air.

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  4. What an interesting place! I love the bottle trees.

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  5. The place looks very lovely. Thanks for sharing. Happy WW!

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  6. Looks like really GREAT place to visit.

    I hope you can visit my WW post as well. Thanks.

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  7. OMG, I love that bottle tree. Now that is unique. Great shot.

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  8. Interesing bottle tree! Reminds me of a particular tree from Africa that's shaped something like that.

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  9. What an incredible place. The bottle tree is amazing. Thanks.

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  10. That is a cool looking tree. I've never seen anything like it. I bet you had a great time at that park.

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  11. oooo that looks like funnn. I love trees and parks with water and a favorite. did you do the swan boat ride ? I'd love to see the pics. hope the ankle is mending well.

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  12. Great pictures, and a good story to go along with them.

    Here's my post:

    http://lfwaterloo.blogspot.com/2010/03/ww130-radio-days.html

    Happy WW, ECL! :-)

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  13. My kiddos like that place!
    They refer to the place as 'The place which that bottled looking tree!' LOL

    How's ur leg?

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  14. I bet Raimie would love running around the park too. (But not in these hot weather)> :D

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  15. quite a nice escape/haven from the hassles of stressful living, don't u think ?

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  16. The tree looks like a bottle indded. Love to hv a pic with it. We have youth park and Botanic garden here but no fishing or swan paddling.
    Wah, so nice of yr hubby to be your model..haha. Btw what is swan paddling?

    Hope your ankle is geeting all the rest it needs.

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  17. I've been here several times but never had a chance to explore the garden there, next time I will.

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  18. This is the first time I've heard of a bottle tree. The photo shows the bottle-like trunk. Very interesting!

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  19. I like the bottle tree! Very cute! Haha! Were there a lot of bottle trees in that park?

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  20. Nice, I want to go also, has always wanted to see a bottle tree myself.

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