A city that contains abundant nature; care about, seek to protect, restore and grow this nature, and that strive to foster deep connections and daily contact with the natural world.

A biophilic city has activities for residents and tourists alike that enable connection with and enjoyment of nature, that encourage learning about the specific nature of that place, keep ecosystems healthy or regenerate them, and enable participation in activity outdoors.

Singapore has an impressive network of trails and pathways that connect parks and green spaces to one another. Few dense cities can truly boast of being in a garden in the way that Singapore can. In many ways, Singapore is a shining example of a biophilic city.

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