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A short trip from the city center lies the serenity of MacRitchie Reservoir, part of Singapore’s water catchment system that captures rain water to help supply the island’s growing population. Trails surround the park, which has an upgraded...more
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An integral part of our central Catchment Area area, this park is filled with beautiful wonders of the tropical rainforest. Went for a nice round the reservoir track (covering about 14km) and was treated to a huge array of tropical rainforest flora and fauna. An...More
Take plenty of water and good shoes that you don’t mind getting wet and muddy. This is a lush trail with the promise of seeing monkeys, wild boar and snakes. Do not take food in your packs as the monkeys are very clever. The treetop...More
This 10 km run is different from the 5 km run that we ran in our school days cross country. You landed up deep in the forest.If you are a nature lover, you should experience the MacRItchie nature trail
The 10 km takes four hours...More
the weather helped in our hike and the views upon reaching the bridge is worth it. it was quite chill and even saw monkeys along the way! the route was just right for a casual conversation. bring a camera along to take photos!
Get your walking boots on and take your poncho, this walk has many different tracks with different surfaces so sturdy footwear is a must, take plenty of water and be prepared to encounter lots of wildlife, Macaques are a plenty so keep your valuables close...More
This park and nature preserve is a great hidden gem in town. The trails can be as long or as short as you like. Take the time and do the tree top walk, it is worth the view. There are also wild animals all along...More
Depends how fit you are. It's reasonably hilly in sections and I'm guessing it's hot and humid year-round, so you'll probably get hot under the collar with an ergo carrier. There's not really anywhere suitable for a nappy... More
Depends how fit you are. It's reasonably hilly in sections and I'm guessing it's hot and humid year-round, so you'll probably get hot under the collar with an ergo carrier. There's not really anywhere suitable for a nappy change if you need to do one either. It's like proper jungle. I probably wouldn't do the whole 11km loop with an 11 month old, but you could certainly do the first couple of kilometres going clockwise and then turn and come back. Take plenty of water though. There are no taps.