Thomson Nature Park
Thomson Natural Park is a 55-hectare oasis of beauty and wonder. It is home to a vast array of flora and fauna species, some of which are critically endangered like the Raffles' banded langur (Prebytis Femoralis femoralis).
This remarkable park is situated at the east of the CCNR, between the Upper Thomson Road and the Old Upper Thomson Road.
Besides being home to different species of plants and animals, this park also helps complement other parks in the area like Windsor Nature Park and Springleaf by enriching their biodiversity.
Locals often visit this iconic park because it is the site of the formal Hainan Village.
Want to go on a life-changing adventure? Then check out the 5 unique trails in this park. The trails were specially curated to help visitors become one with nature.
Exploring the village road networks, and the carefully conserved ruins of the Hainan village will give visitors a unique insight into the way of life of the people that once lived in this serene space.
Looking at the freshwater stream located in the park will take your breath away and spur a love for the aquatic animals present in it.