Fun fact: the Kallang River is the longest river in Singapore. It stretches for 10 kilometres from the Lower Pierce Reservoir to the Kallang Basin. Before making a name for itself as the top spot for water sports, it used to be home to the sea nomads who lived on boats in the Kallang Basin and pledged allegiance to Temenggong Abdul Rahman of the Johor-Riau Sultanate. Today, you'll find canoes and dragon boats instead when you go for a stroll. Bonus points for the city views from the park too.
When the going gets tough, the tough gets going – and what better way to let all your frustrations out than by going for a run. But instead of hopping on the treadmill, why not head outdoors? Forget TLC's Waterfalls for one minute and explore the rivers and the lakes that you're not used to. Seek out some calm and tranquillity by going for a walk or run at these waterside trails in Singapore.