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Trekking & nature walks

Activity Info

Take a break from the hustle and bustle of city life and come savour the beauty of nature. Indulge in an oasis of greenery and tranquility amidst the lush verdant surroundings of our parks, nature reserves and gardens. Appreciate Mother Nature by slowing your footsteps and paying attention to its wondrous sights and sounds. You will discover not just rare tree species and interesting wildlife, but also a healthier you!


So put on your most comfortable shoes, pack a water bottle and get ready for a little nature discovery walk. Breathe in the crisp fresh air as you march on the soft soil. Pause every now and then for a closer observation of wildlife and natural surroundings that you will not see beyond the forests and mangroves. Informative signs are displayed at certain plants where you can learn about the plant's name and characteristic. In addition, signposts are located strategically to guide park visitors. You can thereby be assured that trekking is safe.


Trek through the hilly terrain of Admiralty Park and join the monthly nature appreciation walk. Here at the biggest nature area within a park, you will get to see a mangrove forest and Sungei Cina while trekking along its 3 boardwalks and 2-kilometre nature trail. Give Pearl's Hill City Park a visit and trek through the gentle hill. The wooded ambience of the park offers a serene and relaxing climb.


Welcoming you to its serene ambience, Bukit Batok Nature Park offers a nice walk through its lush secondary forest on undulating terrain and meandering footpaths. Over at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and Central Catchment Nature Reserve, you will be captivated by the amazingly wide variety of plants, animals and insect life as you trek along the trails. Hike along MacRitchie Reservoir Park and appreciate the view of the forest canopy from the vantage point atop HSBC TreeTop Walk.


Take a scenic walk along Southern Ridges and you will be enthralled by the panoramic view from the beautiful Telok Blangah Hill Park, the unique wave-form bridge of Henderson Waves. Meander through the lush secondary forests from the steps-free elevated walkway of Forest Walk. Admire the beauty of natural wildlife as you trek on Canopy Walk. Or how about embarking on an easy walk from Harbourfront MRT station along the Marang Trail which covers an elevation of 70 metres?
 

Places where you can participate in this activity

 

Suitable for:

Age

Tourists
Working adults
Young adults
Senior Citizens
Couples
Families
Teenagers, between 13 and 18
Children below age 13
 

Group Size

Large group - >5
Small group - 1 to 5
Single
 

Time

Day
 

Type

Dry
 

Adventure Level

Medium
 
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Information is Updated on 19/05/2013