Walking in Singapore


Linking parks along Singapore’s south, this 10km connector trail offers its fair share of scenic vistas. The trail connects to five other parks, so hikers can use this path to explore other areas. You’ll be stopping by places like Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, HortPark, Kent Ridge Park and Labrador Nature Reserve. Highlights include the iconic Henderson Waves bridge, and the Forest Walk and Canopy Walk for nature’s finest. These spots make for a great getaway from the city’s bustle, and they’re perfect for history buffs, bird watchers, nature lovers and everyone in between.

Whether you’re looking for the best walks and hikes in Singapore or just keen to enjoy what Mother Nature has to offer, this list is for you! Singapore has amazing jungles, parks, coastal walks and reservoirs that are open to the public (and free). We know it’s hot; but once you’re out there, you’ll forget about it – and it’s much cooler in the jungles than out! Hiking in Singapore is generally not too strenuous, but there are some hills that will get you out of breath and some rough and muddy ground. So, we don’t use the word “hike” too lightly in this list – you’ll need to wear a pair of good trainers!

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Singapore’s hawker street food is world-famous, so famous that our hawker culture made it to the UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage. There are so many dishes to try but what is really good? Come join “Hawker Weng” and taste the best of Singapore