While Singapore does not boast a vast natural terrain nor lush wilderness, it is home to several interesting natural features and man-made designs and architecture. As you burn calories while hiking up and down these landscapes, you will be exploring parts of Singapore you and your family may not have encountered before.
The Southern Ridges trail, incorporating Henderson Waves, one of Forbes’ most amazing bridges in the world,1 is a 10 kilometre trail that takes you through five parks in Singapore. Older family members can share historical facts while passing notable locations on the trail and younger family members can enjoy seeing nature up-close.
Other natural locations in Singapore include Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, where families can work their calves climbing to the peak of Singapore; Pulau Ubin, where you take a ferry out to discover new ecosystems; and Labrador Nature Reserve, where you can explore the remains of a British military base.
This can be a fun and exciting experience for the whole family as there’s something new for everyone to experience.