There are plenty of exciting and unique locations and activities you can do in Singapore. One of the most enjoyable and relaxing activities is hiking on the southern ridges to explore the great outdoors. Even though Singapore is a small land, it offers excitement anywhere you set your foot.
It is a 10km green open route connecting Mount fiber park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, Hort Park, Kent Ridge Park, and Labrador Nature Reserve. If you are looking for a different kind of activity or a nature lover, someone who loves long scenic walks, this is your place.
During the hike, you can enjoy panoramic views of Singapore, harbour, and Southern islands. The ridge is home to flora and Fauna. The whole walk will be on an artificial elevation that doesn’t touch the ground. The purpose of the Southern ridge is to offer a therapeutic journey to anyone that visit Singapore.
Another eye-catching stop is the Henderson waves. It connects Mount Faboer park and Telok hill park, and wave stands approximately 36 meters above the ground. Another highlight of this fantastic location is a forest walk and a canopy walk. You can explore the Berlyer Creek, Labrador nature reserve, and coastal walk. If you are visiting Singapore, make sure you include the South Ridges in your itinerary, another great getaway from the busiest bustle of city life.