Singapore has become synonymous with towering skyscrapers, hefty price tags, and city buzz. But hidden in the north-western corner of the mainland is a rural area with barely a high-rise building in sight. Instead, it's home to sprawling farmlands, nature reserves, and lesser-known restaurants offering authentic farm-to-table experiences.
Swap the city life for the country life, and spend time with farm animals, spot some wildlife, and be one with nature at Kranji and Lim Chu Kang. You can even experience the kampung life with a stay at one of its resorts.
The easiest way to get there is by car. Alternatively, you can take public transport (the nearest MRT station is Kranji) or arrange your own as the Kranji Express Bus service has ceased operations early this year.