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MacRitchie Reservoir

66 locals recommend ·

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Kingston
Kingston
September 25, 2019
The largest reservoir in Singapore, completed in 1868. The main attraction is the TreeTop Walk from the suspended bridge, which is open daily (Closes on Mondays). Free admission. Getting there: The reservoir is our neighbour. We can just walk to it by using a shortcut path via the back entrance of…
K
K
September 23, 2019
A serene local fav walk. Its an easy trek for 2 hours, go early eg. 7am. Lots of people run and train here as well.
Nick
Nick
September 11, 2018
Many hiking trails for various beginner or seasoned hikers. Peace and tranquil
Hipstercity
Hipstercity
July 21, 2018
One of the biggest nature parks with Hiking trails
Jenna & Nunu
Jenna & Nunu
February 26, 2018
Because...Singapore offers you too many food options, you need to work it out and one of the options we have is a hiking trail :-)

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