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Naturelovers will find it a quiet pice of Singapore. Enjoy nature while hiking to the summit and back down. There is a parking lot near the bottom. As for the walk, the path is well maintained. Be aware it is steep, so be sure to...More
This walk is for the fit folk!
Hundreds of steps involved which are not uniform in height etc so be prepared!
You will need comfortable sturdy footwear, plenty of drinks and maybe walking sticks.
Once prepared it’s a fun challenge.
My personal best is 65minutes...More
If this is the first time you visit the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, it is best to visit early in the morning, it will gives you a good start of your day with the fresh air. For a first timer, it is recommend to take...More
We set off by taking the MRT to Tanah Merah, easily found the No.. 2 bus to Changi Village and alighted near the Ferry . It was an interesting experience to sit and wait until 12 people to arrive before we were invited on board...More
A short walk from the Beauty World SMRT station, Bukit Timah Natire Reserve is a lovely green escape from the city.
Via the main road, the walk to the 163 meter summit is relatively gentle but the more adventurous can add distance and difficulty to...More
Met up with some old classmates for a trek up to The summit from Dairy Farm Carpark B. We took the difficult path up to challenge ourselves. It was not easy going for the untrained body but we kept the pace slow and steady, resting...More
If you come from Singapore, or somewhere without real mountains or wild terrain, then maybe you will get something out of here. Many locals use the little hill for exercise, but I don't really see the point: the summit is only 163m above sea level,...More
I love love love trekking at Bukit Timah Hill and have brought lots of friends here too. The hill is only 163.63m high, but because its very small, the route to the summit is fairly steep. And you can gain more elevation by taking the...More
Walking from bukit batok 10.30am which I consider late n reaching the Bukit Timah approx 11.04am. Beginning of the path from slightly steep to very steep. Have to be careful when u r moving up or downhill.Take a break where necessary.Coming to a deciding path...More
The recent 2 years of closure and rehab have given the park a good rest and flora and fauna are refreshed.
I saw a monitor lizard for the 1st time in 20 years whilst calocos, monkeys, squirrels and shrews are not uncommon
well done NPS...More
Those advice above are correct. But we don't know where you are heading from. Tip - install Google Maps (on internet browser, or android phone)...type "Your Location" or your address, and it will guide you via bus service... More
Those advice above are correct. But we don't know where you are heading from. Tip - install Google Maps (on internet browser, or android phone)...type "Your Location" or your address, and it will guide you via bus service, subway (known as MRT in Singapore) or even by Grab transport service ...
This is what stated at the NParks website:
Keep our nature reserves a safe haven for our native biodiversity. Dogs are known to scent mark places they visit thus affecting the movement of native animals and they may also... More
This is what stated at the NParks website:
Keep our nature reserves a safe haven for our native biodiversity. Dogs are known to scent mark places they visit thus affecting the movement of native animals and they may also bark at or otherwise harass native animals found within the reserves. Do not bring dogs to these nature reserves and parks: Central Catchment Nature Reserve, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Kranji Marshes, Labrador Nature Reserve, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Upper Peirce Reservoir Park, Upper Seletar Reservoir Park, Sungei Buloh Wetlands Extension Park, Windsor Nature Park and all trails leading into the nature reserves, including trails in MacRitchie and Lower Peirce trail, the Upper Peirce Reservoir Park access road, the pipeline at Bukit Timah, the Bukit Timah Mountain Biking Trail and the Chestnut-Gangsa Biking Trail.