We started on the walk from the Science Drive end (MRT to Kent Ridge) and from that point it was a mixture of trust and the occasional indeterminate signage that we were still on the right track.
We started at around 5pm as recommended but still incredibly humid and glad we took plenty of water as no shops or kiosks around (at that time, at least). Understood that the path was well lit until late at night, which it was - until the most important bit! The last descent down to Harbourfront MRT was in complete darkness down numerous steps. Thank goodness we were in Singapore and that there was a partial moon, because we were alone on an unknown path through thick bush with a couple of unsigned choices at forks in the path.
Brilliant architecture on and around the walk. Not much left of nature (it is Singapore) but pleasant treed paths and soaring foot bridges. Took us about 2.5-3 hours to complete at a lazy pace (which is about all we could achieve in the heat!).
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