Singapore National Parks Board on Saturday (30 March) launched a 36km trail connects the Coney Island Park to the north-east of Jurong Lake Gardens to the west.
Coast to coast (C2C) Trail cuts through Singapore and takes visitors through various parks and nature, with highlights such as Bukit Batok natural park Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park.
In addition to the online guide, the trail also comes with its own augmented reality (AR) application that uses the 3D-animated characters to provide information about the local flora and fauna and the surrounding areas of interest, NParks said in a press release.
Users may also upload photos taken on the trail to share their experiences with other users. Starting next year, the application will allow users to create their own curated pathways to share with other users.
The app also has a reward system, with users accumulate points by visiting the checkpoints and perform "jobs" or sharing photos. Points will be converted into rewards such as F & B vouchers, products and services, added NParks.
C2C Mobile application can be downloaded from the Google Play Store (for Android users) or App Store (for IOS users).
NParks Saturday also launched Bay paddler, part of the first phase of the work carried out over 150km Round Island Route (RIR), which goes around Singapore.
Employee vacation and gathering point for the users of the park along the Rira rower Bay is connected to the Seletar Aerospace Park at 3 kilometers, and wetland feature, viewing pavilion and boardwalk that brings visitors closer to the water.
She & # 39 is part of the first phase 60. Rira, which, when completed in 2020 to connect to the paddler with Bay Gardens by the Bay Beach Park Changi through the park and on the east coast.
Prior to 2021, an additional 60 km of track between Bey and gardens rower on the bay, part of which runs along the rail corridor will be connected, making the 120km loop.
RIRs are expected to be gradually completed by 2035.