Where can I trail in Singapore?
Without further ado, here’s our list of the top 10 hiking spots in Singapore!
- MacRitchie Reservoir. …
- The Rain Forest Walk (Botanic Gardens) …
- Pulau Ubin. …
- Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. …
- Bukit Batok Nature Park. …
- Windsor Nature Park. …
- Fort Canning Park. …
- Coney Island Park.
Where can I go nature in Singapore?
18 Best Singapore Parks and Natural Spaces
- Bukit Timah Nature Reserve.
- Singapore Butterfly & Insect Kingdom.
- Central Catchment Nature Reserve.
- Chinese and Japanese Gardens.
- East Coast Park.
- Fort Canning Park.
- Gardens by the Bay.
Can you walk around Singapore?
Most of the walks are free of charge, though the members who have paid a lifetime joining fee of $35 get perks like discounted rates for overseas trips. Mr Vijay expects about 20 people to complete the whole 100km around Singapore.
Can we still hike in Singapore?
Yes, you may go hiking and visit parks, gardens and nature reserves. However, do note that the permissible group size is now capped at 2. Before you head to the green spaces, remember to check the visitorship levels using NParks’ safe distancing portals and avoid those that are crowded.
Where can I kiss in Singapore?
30 Quiet Places In Singapore For Couples To Hangout
- The Yellow Tower East Coast.
- East Coast Car Park.
- Balestier Cinema.
- Jurong Hill Park.
- Orchard Central Sky Garden.
- Singapore Botanic Gardens.