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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
Great walk, mainly under tree cover although the bit around the golf club is exposed to direct sunlight. All the steeper inclines have steps but that doesn't mean it's an easy walk especially in Singapore's humidity. Note the tree top bridge is closed on Mondays...More
I walked about 11 Kms. For much of the time the noises of the city disappear.
A pleasant walk.
Read the website first. The bridge is one way (I walked anticlockwise around the lake).
I came across a few groups on monkeys. I kept my...More
Combination of hills and flats, rocks and dirt : if you are training for cross-country or long-distance running, this is the place. Or if you are tired of the city, this is the perfect place to visit natures and walk on the trails.
Take a break from the crowds and the combat shopping for lux goods. This walk through the rainforest and will make you forget you are in a big city. It took me 4+ hours because I needed to stop and rest (my knees) but the...More
It was a good walk for people like me that seldom do exercise. It was all worth our sweat when we reach the treetop bridge. The security only let the groups in by batches due to safety reason. It was ashamed that the bridge is...More
It took me 3 hours to hike all the way round without stopping much so I would recommend longer if you wish to photography the animals and views. Really pretty and the TreeLine bridge is spectacular even if it is very high!
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Kathleen, it seemed perfectly safe to me and I am a retired police officer after 31 years! There were many solo walkers of both genders. I never saw any hint of an issue for anyone. The most important thing is to carry lots... More
Kathleen, it seemed perfectly safe to me and I am a retired police officer after 31 years! There were many solo walkers of both genders. I never saw any hint of an issue for anyone. The most important thing is to carry lots of water. There are staff at various places in the park. But there are also lots of visitors. There would be nothing to prevent a solo traveller from always walking within sight of other groups of walkers. Don't go in the middle of the day. Enjoy.