Where can I go hiking in Singapore?

Where can I hike in Singapore 2020?

Here are the top 21 trails for hiking in Singapore:

  • MacRitchie Reservoir Park. The picturesque MacRitchie Reservoir (source) …
  • Southern Ridges. The network of bridges at Southern Ridges (source ) …
  • Windsor Nature Park. …
  • Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. …
  • Sungei Buloh Wetland. …
  • Mount Faber Park. …
  • Upper Peirce Reservoir. …
  • Chestnut Park.

Where can I go for a long walk in Singapore?

Where to hike in Singapore?

  • Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. Standing at 164 metres above ground level, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is known to be Singapore’s highest peak and is a crowd favourite among novice and experienced hikers. …
  • Hindhede Nature Park. …
  • The Green Corridor. …
  • Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. …
  • Kranji Marshes.

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 do brisk walk in Singapore?

15 of the Best Hiking Trails and Walks in Singapore

  • MacRitchie Reservoir. …
  • Windsor Nature Park-Treetop Walk / Cross-MacRitchie to Bukit Timah Hill. …
  • Bukit Timah Hill Summit via Caves Road. …
  • Coney Island Park. …
  • Mandai T15. …
  • Cross-Botanic Gardens Walk. …
  • Ubin Town To Chek Jawa.
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Where is Hill repeats in Singapore?

I’ve run great hilly fartlek sessions around Leedon Heights, Siglap, Sentosa, Marina Barrage, Fort Canning, Bedok Reservoir and NTU.