We have considerately included the difficulty level of each trail too
Nature and all its lush greenery may not be Singapore's forte. However, we do still boast several parks and reserves for those looking to be one with nature. So instead of falling prey to mind-numbing gadgets, why not put in a bit of activity into your sedentary lifestyle by lacing-up for these trails we have in Singapore? Aside from it being quite an intensive workout, trekking these trails also make for a fantastic activity to do together with your friends and family.
So here are 20 of these trails you can consider embarking on:
20. St John’s Island
The Sisters’ Island Marine Park is Singapore’s first Marine Park including the two Sisters’ Islands and the Western Reefs of St. John’s Island and Pulau Tekukor. At St. John’s Island, visitors can gain greater insights about the Marine Park at a public gallery in the Marine Park Outreach and Education Centre. The 2.8km train on St. John’s Island comprises 15 stations marked with signboards highlighting the diversity of flora and fauna as well as the island’s wonderful history.
St. John’s Island Trail (Moderate)
St. John’s Island
Board the ferry from the Marina South Pier (twice on weekdays and up to five times on weekends and public holidays)
$18 for adults and $12 for children (Return ticket)
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