Singapore has come a long way in our greening and conservation efforts. Today, it has become well-known for its three-lined roads with greenery seamlessly woven into our urban cityscape. There are also many pockets of parks and nature reserves, serving as key destinations that attract people to learn, play, relax and exercise. In addition, despite being a largely urbanised city, Singapore is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, with more than 3,900 species of plants, 295 species of butterflies, 98 species of reptiles, 52 species of mammals, 25 species of amphibians and 12 out of the 23 species of sea grasses found in the Indo-Pacific region. All these above features form the Singapore’s vision of being a “City in a Garden”, where greenery and biodiversity exists in harmony with our daily lives.