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MacRitchie Reservoir
MacRitchie Reservoir| Img via Wikimedia Commons

The Best Hiking Trails and Spots in Singapore

The Best Hiking Trails and Spots in Singapore – Hidden Jewels of the Country

Don’t forget to pack your favourite hiking shoes while you’re about to leave your home to spend a fun holiday at a hotel near Harbourfront Singapore. This will allow you to explore some splendid hiking trails that wove across Singapore’s landscape.

Chestnut Nature Park

With hiking trails covering a total of 5.6 kilometres, Chestnut Nature Park is the largest nature park in Singapore. It’s got separate mountain biking and hiking trails through which you’ll pass bubbling streams and beautiful lakes. The Orange-bellied flowerpecker is just one fascinating animal that you can observe here.

Coney Island

Coney Island Beach

Coney Island Beach| Img by: Charles Kyriazos via Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 2.0






Coney Island is perfect for someone who looks forward to hiking in a rustic setting. With signages fashioned out of fallen trees placed appropriately, this park is a great place to see native macaques.

MacRitchie Reservoir

Located approximately 9.8 kilometres away from Park Hotel Alexandra via Queensway, MacRitchie Reservoir lets you choose between easy boardwalk treks and arduous hikes. It is one of Singapore’s most popular places for joggers and families who come to enjoy their weekends.

Coast-to-Coast Trail

This 36-kilometre long hiking trail links Coney Island with Jurong Lake Gardens and if you’re up for it you can hike through it to discover some of the most splendid parks and nature reserves in the country.