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Seletar Reservoir nature park exploration

Let's do an exploration of the Seletar Reservoir nature park today with a walk through and exploration of the area, checking out the sights and sounds. Furthermore, park sits on far east bank of the Upper Seletar Reservoir. It is one of the few places in Singapore still yet untouched by urban development. It is also a place of refuge...

Old Thomson road forest trail explorations

Let's take a nature trail walk at the old Thomson road nature park. It is a small cosy nature site situated at one of Singapore's old kampungs which blends a nature walk with a hint of history. Being a secondary forest, it is a nice place for connection with nature. Let's explore! Site of the original Singapore Grand Prix Moreover, on...

Learning Forest walk at Singapore Botanic Gardens

The Singapore Botanic Gardens Learning Forest is a new secondary forest extension of the Singapore National Botanical Gardens. Located at the South east portion of the gardens at the new Tyersall-Gallop core, the new attraction sector sits on the outskirts beyond the USENSO portion of the botanical gardens. Getting There If you are coming from the south Tanglin gate, the new...

HSBC Tree Top Walk and Macritchie Nature Reserve Singapore

The HSBC Tree Top walk is an attraction at the Singapore MacRitchie nature reserve. It is essentially a 250m long freestanding suspension bridge located in the heart of the Singapore central catchment area. Getting there With its central location in the catchment area, the Tree top walk is only assessable via internal dirt and gravel trials within the nature reserve and...

New photo stitches, on the Henderson Waves Bridge!

Here is the 2nd installment of the my review of the southern ridges park connector review, this time the panorama shot from on top the bridge itself with people like on a normal visiting day. This panorama is a 180 degree shot with Telok Blangah hill on the left and Mt Faber on the right. It comprises of about...

New Hortpark photo stitches!

You may know of the southern ridges park connector review I wrote recently on the sights and sounds you can get on the 9km journey from Harbor front to West Coast park. Complimentary to that will be a photo stitch I finally got done on the Hyderabad Road's Hort Park. This panorama is a 360 degree shot facing the...

Southern ridges park connector walk – Canopy Walk, Kent Ridge Trail, Clementi Woods and West Coast Park

Canopy walk Coming from Hortpark, will bring you along the path to the next line of attraction of this park connector- The tree top canopy walk. The name itself should suggest a bit or two on your following route up to the attraction, involving quite alot of climbing from the bottom of Kent Ridge hill, leading up to Kent ridge...

Southern ridges park connector walk – Forest walk, The Alexandra Arch Bridge & Hyderabad Road’s Hort Park

The Forest walk The forest walk consist of a series of interlinking grated steel walkways joined together to form a continuous linked hilltop walkway towering over the tree canopy tops. One end starts off at the peak of Telok Blangah hill park, slowly descending down the hill as it goes before ending at Alexandra road with the Alexandra Arch Bridge....

Southern ridges park connector walk – The Marang Trail, Mount Faber hill, Henderson Waves Bridge

The southern park ridges is part of the newly constructed park connectors which aims to completely link all the various parks in Singapore in a continuous round island loop, taking you from ends such as Choa Chu Kang to Changi coast road. This southern portion of the island loop (also known as the Southern ridges) spans a total distance...

Alexendra Park Connector Queenstown Extension

It's Christmas Day and what better way to celebrate it but a short run on a Christmas afternoon prior to all your celebrations later in the night? I was happen to be visiting again the new extension of my favorite Alexandra park connector route, now extending all the way from River valley to Queenstown. Though spanning a short 1.39km...

Ulu Pandan/Sunset Lane Canal Running Route

The Ulu Pandan/Sunset Lane Canal jogging route is part of the series I will be sharing as part of my favorite running route in the central and southern Singapore. Ulu Pandan/Sunset Lane Canal As ulu as the name may sound (no pun intended) this running route is part of the park connector line of tracks which are planned to be linked...

Alexandra/Tanglin Park Connector Running Route

Alexandra/Tanglin Park Connector One of my favorite central urban running routes to date, this route brings you through the breathtaking and calming estates of Alexandra and Prince Charles road alongside a canal in a straight forward closed (and no-brainer) route. The track was opened by Mr Lee Kuan Yew around 2006 and is often frequented by the residents around the...

Tiong Bahru Park Running Route

Tiong Bahru Park Running Route Tiong Bahru Park had been around for a long time even with it's previous face-lift and the introduction of Gan Eng Seng Secondary next door, taking a large chunk of it's old land area and introducing a dedicated soccer field. The place started off as left over land from a sewage plant only to converted...

Labrador Park Running Route

Here in this series I will share my favorite running route in the Central and Southern Singapore. With these few more in the series: Sunset Way Alexandra Park Connector Tiong Bahru Park Mount Faber Hill Macritchie Nature Reserve Labrador Park Situated in the confines and tucked behind hills and light industries, this running route brings you the sights and sounds of...

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