Creating memories in Singapore as a Green City

Creating memories in Singapore as a Green City

    Despite Singapore being a small city/country, it surely still has a lot of things to offer, and let me remind you, a handful of them are free for you to explore and enjoy especially if you love nature!

    As I’ve always said in my blogs, we used to think we’ve seen most of Singapore already, that being said, touristy attraction and all, but boy we were wrong! As the Pandemic hit and we all got restricted going out, we found a way to escape. Or should I say, have some fresh air??? That’s through discovering that Singapore isn’t only a tourist destination but despite it being small has a lot to offer when it comes to greenery! This shocked us a bit and at the same time amazed us as well.

    So, as the restrictions during the Pandemic time eased, we slowly explored each one of their amazing Nature Parks. Each of them has a unique character and different things to offer.

    Do note that most of these stories (and photos) are from a few years back which yours truly just wasn’t able to blog about.🤪 I’ll try to update this page every time I post about Nature Parks in Singapore for easy navigation for you to choose which Nature Park to explore.

    Anyways, too much chitchat, I hope this inspires you and your family to go out, spend time in nature, and of course, make memories!

    Bukit Timah Rail Corridor

    Discover a bit of history along the way as you get to explore. This is a nature trail along the former Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) railway line connecting Singapore and Malaysia. The Malaysian rail service ceased operations here in 2011.

    MacRitchie Trail

    One first time here was an adventure as we took a wrong turn and were forced to finish an 11km! Talk about real adventure! The rain and the thought of being in the jungle when it turned dark didn’t help either. I guess this is one trail we won’t forget and despite our experience, went back again and again! haha…

    A Trip to the Summit (Bukit Timah Summit)

    Wouldn’t it be cool for your kids to know that at a young age, they’ve reached/conquered a summit?! Well, you can do just that here in Singapore. The climb up can be a bit challenging, I must admit, for the adults more than the kiddos. I wouldn’t advise this though for parents with kids still in strollers because of the climb, but if you insist, the trail is good enough for strollers to get rolling!

    Hindhede Nature Park

    This Nature Park though is just perfect for younger children to explore. Sitting just beside Bukit Timah Summit, it is a great place to cool down after your climb or make it a side trip if you’re still up to exploring more. There’s also a small museum kind of place where you get to know more about the place.

    Adding more soon!

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    Take it easy guys!♥️

    Despite Singapore being a small city/country, it surely still has a lot of things to offer, and let me remind you, a handful of them are free for you to explore and enjoy especially if you love nature! As I’ve always said in my blogs, we used to think we’ve seen most of Singapore already,…

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