Singapore is characterized by its many incredible features as well as beautiful nature spots, such as the MacRitchie Nature Trail.
Take a walk amidst the fresh air at this beautiful trail which sits above the Singapore’s largest reservoir and experience nature and wildlife at its absolute best.
MacRitchie Nature Trail & Reservoir – Park Map & MRT Singapore
Anchored by one of Singapore’s largest reservoir and water catchment systems, you will find 11kms of trails here, right within the heart of Singapore. You will likely encounter various animals along your walk such as long tailed macaque monkeys, the monitor lizards, squirrels, flying lemurs, owls as well as various indigenous foliage including rubber trees.
This trails consist of a number of boardwalks that skirt around the edge of the scenic MacRitchie Reservoir. The trails will also take you into the forest on well maintained dirt tracks. You will not get lost, as there are a number of sign posts along the trail to guide you on your way. Depending on your fitness level, the trail may take between 2-3 hours to complete. The trails are considered moderate, mostly due to their length, but there are also some steep slopes to climb.
During your walk, make sure to experience the tree top walk, a 250 metre free standing suspension bridge that spans across two high points in the region.
Bring lots of water, and embark on one of the most beautiful walks that Singapore has to offer. After your walk, relax in the 12 hectares of parkland at the MacRitchie Nature Park. Engage in some fun watersports, or just have a quiet picnic on the grass. There is so much to see and do here.