The southern ridges Singapore is a trail that extends up to 10 kilometers that connect the parks along the southern ridges of Singapore. The park offers a tranquil escape to those who are looking for a peaceful and picturesque location to explore and relax their souls.
The 10 Kilometre long trail gives you a glimpse of Singapore’s some of the most popular gardens and parks which include bridges and lush green secondary forest landscapes. Among the bridges the most famous bridge is the Henderson wave’s bridge. This turns out to be the Singapore’s highest pedestrian bridge.
Things to do
Strolling along the trail will be a treat for nature lovers and this is a wonderful place for photographers as well. With a number of picturesque locations across the path, photographers will definitely be puzzled to choose from what to photograph. The parks located along the trail are rich in biodiversity which attracts a number of exotic birds so you can also enjoy bird watching.
The Marang Trail
This is one of the parts along your 10-kilometer trail which includes footpaths and step amidst lush greenery where you can enjoy the beautiful sights of a tropical forest and listen and rejoice in the sounds of nature. The trail also leads you to the top of the mount Faber where again you can indulge in the beautiful scenery.
Things to remember
Remember that you are going here to enjoy and relax in the company of nature so try not to damage or harm the plant life and make sure you don’t bring polythene with you while you visit this tranquil place. Also, remember to bring a pair of binoculars and make sure you wear comfortable clothing and you have to reserve at least a day to explore the trail. And you can find a number of hotels close by like the Park Hotel Alexandra and many other hotels near maple tree business city Singapore if you chose to stay the night after a long and exhausting trek.
Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world.