A Walk along the Southern Ridges


Singapore is one of the world’s most densely populated countries. However, it still remains one of the most idyllic holidaying destinations. The varied breathtaking faces of the country urge thousands of tourists every year to book holiday packages abroad to explore the uncanny natural beauty. The country nestles a lot of breathtaking parks. These parks are well connected through the eye-catching Southern Ridges.

Southern Ridges

The Southern Ridges are basically a string of lavish green hills located in the southern part of the country that stretches from Mount Faber through Telok Blangah Hill and Kent Ridge Park to Clementi Woods in the western area. This 9 lm long platform offers tourists an exquisite chance to enjoy a calm and panoramic trail through some of the richest natural locales of the country. The snake-like path is elevated from the ground to enable the tourists to enjoy a breathtaking view of the natural surroundings. Just a peaceful walk along this heavenly trail is a good way to refresh and rejuvenate your senses.

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You get a postcard view of the surroundings worth capturing in your camera. This stunning platform is divided into 8 sections. The starting point Marang Trail is followed by the Farber Trail, Henderson Waves, Hilltop Walk, Forest Walk, Alexandra Arch, Floral Walk, and Canopy Walk. The stunning bridges and walkways create a colorful passageway of magnificent species of flora and fauna.  The impressive Henderson Waves offers a panoramic view of the country’s downtown and islands that are nestled in the southern corner. The trail will also educate you about the historical past of the country.

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If you want to explore the charm of Mother Nature take a quite stroll along the Southern Ridges. Check Singapore tour packages cost from the internet and book holiday packages abroad accordingly.

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