March 2021 – It is bound that most have presumably spent their $100 Rediscover Vouchers and now stuck in Singapore uncertain on what activity they could do to explore Singapore’s beautiful landscape in a healthy way for free.
Here’s an incredible suggestion – grab your bicycle, get a companion, pack bottled drinks and snacks in a backpack, and afterward hit one of the spots underneath!
This is a rundown of 5 beautiful, nostalgic, and underrated trails in Singapore to appreciate on two wheels.
Bidadari Cemetery and Memorial Garden
Possibly sounds somewhat ghoulish, but in actuality, it can be pleasant cycling through this nostalgic cemetery park! You can simply paddle deep into our colonial history and its Memorial Garden too! Bring some friends along, or perhaps you can ride by yourself if you are gutsy enough.
If you are not cycling, Bidadari Cemetery is actually a pretty Instagram-commendable spot in Singapore.
Rower’s Bay Park
It is a 36km trail that extends from Jurong Lake Gardens to Coney Island Park in the Northeast. It includes a boardwalk, amenities, and a wetland along the reservoir’s edge. Facing the waters under a cloudy day bound to make you feel at ease and calm.
Kranji Marshes Loop
Be enchanted by the rural nature with a 56.8-hectare area situated along the Kranji Reservoir.
It is home to a rich array of flora and fauna, including more than 170 species of birds, 54 species of butterflies, and 33 types of dragonflies. Overlooking the grass habitats, it is an extraordinary spot for guests to observe nature and appreciate the fresh air.
Western Adventure Loop
This would definitely be the trail that less mainstream because of seclusion. The Western Adventure Loop brings you through parks and greenways in western Singapore where you can decide to chill amid nature. You may even lookout for the 50 bird species that have been sighted on the loop along Bukit Panjang Park Connector.
Hort Park and Southern Ridge
This park is a part of the Southern Ridges that comprises Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, Kent Ridge Park, and Labrador Nature Park, with a lush and calm environment to enjoy with family. You may also paddle the Southern Ridge to get to the Henderson Wave, which is also the highest pedestrian bridge in the country.
Thus, this summarizes our 5 recommended places to have fun cycling in Singapore and create new memories with your peers or family. If you know any other extraordinary places, do comment below while I plan my next pedal session when I find my cycling buddies.