Explore our marvellous shores on your own with these Do-It-Yourself trail guides just issued by NParks. Each trail guide includes photos, information and estimated walking time. What a great way to find a perfect trail to match your schedule and your interest!
My favourite would be the Pulau Ubin - Tree Trail which features an "Off the beaten track" experience across the island, highlighting a closer look at interesting flora on Pulau Ubin, the home of the late Village Head.
The Trail ends at Chek Jawa with House No. 1 (Tudor-style cottage with fireplace), and a glimpse of Pulau Sekudu (Frog Island) and views of the sea from the jetty
The Changi Walking Trail highlights include a closer look at nine magnificent Heritage Trees in the Changi Tree Conservation Area.
The Pasir Ris Park Trail includes mangroves!
As well as a kitchen garden, bird watching opportunities from the Bird Tower and fun in the Maze Garden.The Labrador Nature Reserve Trail highlights Singapore’s historical maritime and war past, offers a paranomic view of Singapore’s offshore islands and introduces diverse flora and fauna in the forest there.
The trail guides cover a wide range of other places including: Bukit Batok Nature Park, MacRitchie boardwalk, Fort Canning Park, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Southern Ridges, Western Adventure Park Connector Network.
So check out the Trails and download them from www.nparks.gov.sg/eguides