FNS COP: 18 May 2024 Saturday 8:30 AM – 11 AM

CoP in the Park: Reconnect with Nature and Yourself in Fort Canning

Immerse yourself in an experiential journey through Fort Canning Park that blends nature exploration with self-discovery.

Date: 18 May 2024 Saturday
Time: 8:30 AM – 11 AM
Meeting Point: At/near the venue at Fort Canning Park. Specifics will be set to those who register.

Join us for a transformative morning adventure that goes beyond the typical hike. This CoP in the Park experience is designed to ignite your senses, reconnect you with nature, and unlock new insights about yourself.

Here is what awaits you:

  • Guided walk: Explore the lush greenery of Fort Canning Park.
  • Intentional pitstops: Participate in facilitated activities and insightful conversations strategically placed throughout the walk, designed to deepen your connection with nature and yourself.
  • Climate change awareness: Engage in discussions that broaden your understanding of environmental dynamics and inspire action.
  • Self-exploration: Embark on a parallel journey of self-discovery, unravelling new facets of who you are and gaining fresh perspectives.

This CoP in the Park is perfect for:

  • Individuals seeking to approach daily life with renewed awareness and a grounded spirit.
  • Those interested in exploring the intersection of environmental and personal insights.
  • Facilitators looking to acquire new skills and explore diverse methods.

Limited spots are available! Register & PayNow transfer (UEN 200600307Z) by:

  • 31 March 2024 at SGD20 (FNS 20th Anniversary discounted fee)
  • 30 April 2024 at SGD30
  • 1 May 2024 onwards at SGD50

What to bring:

  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Drinking water
  • Light snack
  • Sunscreen
  • Cap
  • Raincoat/poncho/umbrella (optional)

Things to note:

  • The walk includes stairs and slope terrain.
  • There will be no shelter throughout the walk.
  • Please bring your own water for hydration.
  • Be green, and do not litter!
  • Provide your contact number during registration for updates.


Tina Wong is dedicated to crafting transformative workshops that leverage the dynamic trio of play, creativity, and collaboration. Her workshops strive to inspire positive change and empower individuals to create a brighter, more sustainable future. With a fervent passion for the Six Bricks Methodology, a powerful hands-on tool for learning and self-discovery, Tina orchestrates engaging experiences that unlock hidden potential. Beyond her work with Six Bricks, Tina is an ardent sustainability advocate, committed to fostering environmental consciousness through her facilitation of climate change activities and workshops.

Tham Fun Yuen (Fun) founded Engage In Clarity to promote awareness within organisations and communities. Fun’s AOTG (Awareness On The Go) framework and programmes help individuals and teams improve presence, address challenges, and enhance overall well-being. Drawing on over 16 years’ corporate experience and a further 17 years teaching and coaching awareness, Fun has delivered these programmes to more than a hundred organisations across Southeast Asia.