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Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

Notices

  1. The carpark and parts of Bukit Timah Nature Reserve may be closed to allow for safe distancing. Check our website or safedistparks.nparks.gov.sg for the latest updates.
  2. The Rock Path trail at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is closed for trail assessment until further notice. Heavy rain has impacted the slope, making Rock Path unsafe for hiking. For your own safety, please do not use this trail. Other trails remain opened for use.
  3. Certain areas at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve (including Kampong Trail) are closed for development as part of Rifle Range Nature Park until 2nd Quarter 2021. Please click here for more information.

Important Notice for Hiking Permit:

Things To Do

  • Bukit Timah Mountain Bike Trail

    The Bukit Timah Mountain Biking Trail is the oldest mountain biking trail in Singapore and located at the peripheral of Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and snakes around old granite quarries and secondary forest. This bike trail was first opened in 1997 and designated for mountain biking.

    The 7km mountain biking trail is an intermediate/advanced technical trail with Blue, Black and Double Black lines. It is an intense trail with many fast descents through rock gardens, rock drops, blind corners, sections with technical climbs that require riders to have a good level of fitness and technical skills to enjoy the ride. As this is not a beginners trail, riding within one’s ability is important and good practice.

  • Eco-link 2017

    Eco-Link@BKE

    The Eco-Link@BKE is an ecological bridge that spans the Bukit Timah Expressway, connecting Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and Central Catchment Nature Reserve. The first of its kind in Southeast Asia, its main purpose is to restore the ecological connection between two nature reserves, allowing wildlife to expand their habitat, genetic pool and survival chances.

  • Volunteering

    Keen to be part of our biodiversity conservation efforts? Translate your passion into action and sign up as a Central Nature Reserve volunteer!

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Last updated on 03 August 2020

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