Ready to go on a nice long walk?
Stretching over 10 km, the Southern Ridges connects several parks and green spaces from Mount Faber Park all the way to Kent Ridge Park.
It’d take you three to five hours to cover the entire Southern Ridges. but here are the highlights that you have to visit.
Get a great bird’s eye view of Singapore’s harbour and the southern islands at the peak of Mount Faber. Mount Faber Park is also one of the oldest parks in the country.
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It’s hard to miss this bridge which connects Mount Faber Park to Telok Blangah Hill Park. This structure is more than 63.46 metres above sea level, making it the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore! We love the fantastic view from up there.
NEXT: Telok Blangah Hill Park →
Walk through the secondary forest canopy of Telok Blangah Hill Park to reach the Terrace Garden at the top, adorned with flowers and crowned with terraces from which you can enjoy a marvellous panoramic view of Singapore.
NEXT: Alexandra Arch →
You might have seen this bridge light up at night if you’re driving on Alexandra Road. The 80 metre-long bridge features colour-changing LED lights from 7 pm to 12 am daily.
NEXT: HortPark →
Make a stop at HortPark, a gardening resource centre. This community space was created by various partners in the local horticulture and landscape industry. It includes themed garden displays, and play and learning areas for kids.
NEXT: Floral Walk →
Just before entering HortPark, this area showcases flowers and foliages that are usually used in floral arrangements. Now you know!
NEXT: Faber Walk →
By Muneerah Bee, last updated February 2017
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