Whether you’ve just arrived for work and are looking for fun activities to do or simply visiting for leisure, Singapore has some fun yet simple activities for you.
Below, you will find three awesome ideas for fun around town.
1. Wandering down the MacRitchie Reservoir trail
Apart from this being a lovely spot for a jog, the MacRitchie Reservoir features five breathtaking hiking trails that will bring you into the forest. The paths range from 3km – 11km, and each gives you splendid views of this reservoir and the surrounding bush. Also, you will get the chance to spot lots of animals like monitor lizards, long-tailed macaque monkey, snakes, and squirrels.
2. Cycling through the Punggol Waterway Park
Punggol Waterway Park makes for a great afternoon outing. From it’s serene atmosphere, fresh greenery to the many jogging and cycling paths, you can expect a brilliant day no matter who you are spending it with.
Bring with you your skates or bicycle, or you can rent some from stalls that are within the vicinity. You can look forward to enjoying the breeze and take in the sights. For bird-watchers, there’s much to look out for such as collard kingfishers and rose-ringed parakeets. Children on the other hand, can have fun at the playground.
3. Hiking along the Southern Ridges
If it’s fresh air you seek, this is an excellent spot for you. The Southern Ridges has its trail weaving through treetops of Mount Faber and the whole way to Labrador Nature Reserve. The walk along the daring wooden bridge will offer you wondrous views birds darting through the trees, the lush greenery along with the urban skyline of Singapore.
These are just a few suggestions you can try out while you’re in Singapore! If you’re not a first-timer and have experienced and seen pretty much everything – why not look towards an open training room rental which is conducting a class or workshop? It’s something new and you’ll be able to learn something interesting.
At the end of the day, be spontaneous and go all-out! No matter what you do, just make sure it’s something you’re interested in.