Took me 8 years to finally be curious enough to visit this park, even though it’s only 5 minutes away from home. Oh well, better late than never :3
It was originally called Toa Payoh Garden in the 1970’s. Later in 1999 it became a makeshift bus interchange and reopened in 2002 as the Toa Payoh Town Park.
While the park is relatively small at 4.8ha , it has sufficient pathways for an enjoyable stroll or jog around the park.
The bridge , with its repeated hexagon motif, is a unique feature of this town park.
The park has no gates and is open to the public at all times. If you feel like taking a walk at odd-hours, this is a good place :3
Inside the park, there is a traditional Chinese restaurant called the Oasis, which specialises in Taiwan porridge (congee).