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There is also Cursetji Shuklaji Street in Mumbai’s kamathipura which was also called as safe gully (the word Gully is a hindi word for lane).

Along the way , you walk past a bird sanctuary spot and enjoy the peaceful and tranquil environment with plenty of flora, towering trees, waterways n greeneries, perhaps spot a King Fisher, a Blue Tailed bee eater or a Parakeet Paradise.

Our walk ends at Mandai /Upper Thomson Road junction at a popular coffee shop which serves among other food, the square bowl delicious wanton noodles . Opposite the coffee shop is a bus stop with 167/169/980 services to AMK bus & mrt interchange, Thomson Road, etc. Protect oneself with sun screen, sunglasses, caps, mosquito repellant. The Walk Team: Christin A Chan, Veronica Wong, Mary Tan, Linda Chua , Azhari Cuttilan and Charles Wee.

ECs: Charles Wee with Christina Chan This is an easy walk along shaded & paved park connectors.

Walk past Orto recreation fishing ponds to Lower Seletar Reservoir Park n Jetty , followed by a stroll alongside Sungei Seletar Waterway leading to the new Springleaf Nature Park.