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Started from Hillview stn at Dairy Farm road pleasantly enough until you hit the steps to summit (now I know why it is rated as difficult) took a few photos at summit and down again same route exit via Zenghua Park to Bukit Panjang in...More
Our first stop was at the old quarry, now full of water, beautiful, serene and tranquil. The water is full of fish. We also observed some lovely birds ‘a yellow vented bulbul’ and a ‘pink necked green pigeon’. We somehow strayed onto the mountain bike...More
This is easily my favourite place to trek in Singapore. There aren't many places in the world where you can explore genuine primary rain forest without leaving the city but this is one of them.
Almost all the trails begin with the same very, steep...More
Singapore is obviously well known for it's amazing city. But within the boundaries is this beautiful reserve and I thought I'd take a break from the bustle and visit. It may be small but it's still a primary rainforest!
My advice is to get there...More
I and my G,friend We took A Mrt to go Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. It is one of the Wide national forest of the country. We saw Monkey Man, This is Safe and Interesting, good for to see Green environment in Pulau Singapura. I will...More
For those who want a break from the high rise concrete of Singapore, this is a must see! Nestled near the heart of Singapore, this is a wonderfully marked walk/hike. It does have some steep elevation changes so likely more for those in decent cardio...More
yes. this is where the highest hill locally is. and this is a favourite spot for a lot of elite trail and road runners train...as there is the slope and also a lot of stairs in another side path. (true as a local gal win...More
This was not my first time at Bukit Timah Hill. I had once visited here when my children were young, holding their hands up the steep slope. I had also visited here with my childhood friends and remembered our sports shoes were dirtied with mud...More
Thanks to the great rain around 4-5am thus by the time we reach Bukit Timah, the air was cooling. Many nature walkers and even a CC silver group "choir" singing at the summit. It is so nice to have friends enjoying the greenery, funa and...More
Take the original route from Hindhede Drive (Off Upper Bukit Timah Road). Most of the walking will be on slope. The first will be the steepest. Overcome it the rest should be fine. After the first slope will be a little rest... More
Take the original route from Hindhede Drive (Off Upper Bukit Timah Road). Most of the walking will be on slope. The first will be the steepest. Overcome it the rest should be fine. After the first slope will be a little rest pavilion.
After the second rest pavilion, will be about 80-100 steps awaiting just do it slowly keeping yo one sife. it should be fine. After the stairs it will be the summit.
A pair of comfortable walking shoes and bottle of water needed. Park opens on Saturday, Sunday and local public holidays only. Park closed at 5pm. Best to start the climb at about 9am.