Saturday, May 29, 2010

Woodlands Waterfront

Today, after the biodiversity race 2010 organised by NParks, Mel decided to check out Woodlands Waterfront, where part of it was opened to the public.

Some mangrove/coastal plants were not removed from the sea side, and it saved the place from looking overly manicured. Unfortunately, it consists of just mainly Sea Hibiscus, Sea Almond, Buta-Buta and Noni Plant.

One thing about this waterfront is that it is spacious…

There is a playground for the young and old but with a young heart.

We climbed up the spider web structure and took a view of the undeveloped side of the waterfront.

I must say that it was slightly frightening to walk through the shaky bridge but the kids have totally no problem.

And down we came from the other end of the bridge.

Another highlight is the bridge extension which stretches far out from the coast. Johor Baru looks like it was just a few hundred metres away!

Nice place to hang out I must say. Looking forward to the entire waterfront to be completed.

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