Happy Place, Happy Space: Pearl’s Hill City Park
One of the things I love about Singapore is encountering green spaces unexpectedly. We noticed a sign for Pearl’s Hill City Park when we ran through Chinatown recently.
Made a note to return, and return we did this week.
Several long flights of stairs to get to the top from different parts of the hill.
At the very top is a reservoir built in 1904. It is not a very large park but a haven and delight to explore.
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Reading your Joyful Posts brings me to my happy place. I hope having them in one place makes it easier for you to find when you need a bit of happy therapy, too.
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- This run is another effort to explore Singapore’s many parks; we call it ParkTour, a play on paktor, a term Singaporeans use to refer to “going out on a date with someone whom one is romantically involved with”.