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Pasir Ris Primary is a very special school.
Make the decision to let the powerful forces of Pasir Ris Primary have full sway over your lives.
Our fundamental objective is to develop the character and build the capacity of every pupil in Pasir Ris Primary School by providing you with a nurturing environment to grow and to develop in you a passion for learning.
www.pasirrispri.moe.edu.sg   (411 words)

  mangroves in singapore to visit: pasir ris park
At the North-eastern part of Singapore Island, Pasir Ris Park is dissected into three parts by the rivers, Sungei Api Api and Sungei Tampines.
A 5-hectare patch of mature mangrove forest was preserved during reclamation and development by maintaining tidal inundation—rivulet was dug to connect the patch with Sungei Tampines.
Pasir Ris is Malay for 'beach bolt-rope', implying a narrow beach.
mangrove.nus.edu.sg /guidebooks/text/1017.htm   (542 words)

 DGP3-Pasirris   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
"Pasir Ris", which means "White sand" in Malay, is the name that was used to describe the long stretch of sandy beach along the north-east coastline of Singapore that faces Pulau Ubin.
Pasir Ris used to be a low-lying and undeveloped area with kampongs and villages, for example Kampong Pasir Ris, Kampong Bahru and the Chinese villages at Elias Road.
Despite its rural character, the Pasir Ris area, according to records obtained from the National Archives, was a popular beach resort with a hotel and a good beach that was ideal for swimming and picnics.
www.ura.gov.sg /dgp_reports/pasirris/int-hist.html   (162 words)

 Pasir Ris town   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Pasir Ris town is one of the few HDB towns located at the coast amidst many holiday resorts and chalets.
Pasir Ris town is bounded by Loyang Avenue, Pasir Ris Drive 3, Pasir Ris Drive 12 and Tampines Expressway.
Pasir Ris is also the only town so far located near the beach front with resort facilities such as NTUC Lifestyle Resort and Coastal Sands Resort.
www.hdbhousing.com /townpasirris.htm   (370 words)

 North East CDC - Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC
Pasir Ris Park is dissected into three parts by the rivers, Sungei Api Api and Sungei Tampines.
Pasir Ris is Malay for 'beach bolt-rope', implying a
Pasir Ris Park… after a revamp, has more to offer than just the sea, sand, breeze and mother nature.
www.northeast.org.sg /pasirris_new/interest.htm   (376 words)

 Pasir Ris Park in Singapore
Pasir Ris Park, located along Pasir Ris Road, Elias Road, Pasir Ris Green, Pasir Ris Close and Jalan Loyang Besar, was developed on reclaimed land.
The 70 hectares Pasir Ris Park is the third largest park in Singapore.
Children will definitely love the playground, the largest in Singapore, with its challenging giant space-net, cableways, innovative play stations and a maze garden and these are guaranteed to provide hours of fun and laughter to the whole family.
www.aguidetoasia.com /singapore/pasir-ris-park.php   (184 words)

 Pasir Ris Park: on wildsingapore
NPark's Pasir Ris Park webpage: all about the Park: how to get there, what to do.
Pasir Ris Park from the online Guide to the Mangroves of Singapore: an introduction to the mangroves in the park.
Pasir Ris Park Attractions on the Pasir Ris Punggol GRC website: lots of photos and some details of the Park.
www.wildsingapore.com /places/prp.htm   (362 words)

 Definition of Pasir Ris
Pasir Ris is primarily a residential area in Singapore comprising many high rise residential dwelling blocks, mostly public housing built by the Housing and Development Board.
In close proximity to the sea, Pasir Ris has several recreation areas like NTUC Downtown East and Pasir Ris Park, which have facilities like chalets, theme parks, and bowling alleys.
Pasir Ris is also part of the Jurong Town Corporation's plan to develop wafer fabrication facilities in Singapore.
www.wordiq.com /definition/Pasir_Ris   (221 words)

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