The best way to discover all the greenery in Singapore is by hiking.Put on your best trekking shoes and go by foot to explore these hidden (and not so hidden) trails around the island. An evergreen favourite is MacRitchie Reservoir TreeTop Walk, which takes you through a mature forest and concludes with a 250m suspension bridge perched 25m above ground. Stake your claim at the highest point of Singapore at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, home to the city’s tallest hill, standing at a modest 163.63m.
Singapore isn't just a concrete jungle, there are pockets of green to seek out the wild, urban walking trails and sporty activities to try. In a nutshell, there are plenty of reasons to go outside in this city so get off the couch, put the Netflix binge sesh on hold and strap on a good pair of shoes and embark on one of these land-based adventures. The great outdoors isn't so bad, you know.