A footage posted to the Nature Society (Singapore) Facebook group on 21 January shows a crocodile chilling on the walking path at the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve (SBWR) and eventually…
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Whether for spiritual reasons or sheer adventure, the world’s mountains have long held a special allure for mankind. Mountaineering once began as a primitive yet dangerous endeavour involving rope, acquired ability, and very little else but has burgeoned into a highly sophisticated adventure sport. Climbers of all skill levels concern themselves with safety, inclement weather, and altitude acclimatisation while navigating mountainous terrains to reach summit peaks. The opportunity to master technically challenging climbing routes, experience unadulterated natural beauty, and sometimes even make history are just some of the reasons mountaineers attempt to reach the peaks of these 15 famous summits.
No matter how many running trails you visit in Singapore, you can expect to discover distinct mixes of bio-diversity, traffic-stopping beauty and even a little history. Whether you prefer to run, cycle or walk these verdant trails, you will witness the way Singapore respects the past and celebrates the future.
Few countries as compact as Singapore can claim the same diversity of flora as this robust city-state. Thanks to Singapore’s extensive network of running trails located just minutes from major urban centres, it’s easy to see a wide array of plants in their native habitat without much effort. Below you’ll find a sampling of some of the more striking examples of exotic plant life that can be seen from Singapore’s numerous trails and nature walks.
Apart from our modern cityscape, Singapore also has a green side to it, teeming with natural wildlife. These nature reserves are free for you to explore, so grab your gear and explore some of Singapore’s nature reserve trails!
Trees are all around you in Singapore, and these gentle green giants provide some much-needed shade from the hot sun for runners. In fact, Singapore has over 2 million trees that are planted in parks, protected natural areas, and along roadsides!