Ang Mo Kio Town Garden East


This 5-hectare park was once home to a rubber tree estate. It's history has not been lost as rubber, nutmeg, cacao and cinnamon trees dot the park, as do many sculptures of rubber seeds and nutmegs. It is located directly behind the Ang Mo Kio MRT station.

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