This place is located 12 km from city centre. Knows as the first nature reserve in Singapore which was established in 1883, now It houses about 840 type of flora and 500 species of fauna. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is located close to Ki Residences which is the latest Brookvale Park Enbloc. Ki Residences is by Hoi Hup Realty located near to Clementi Park.
Things to do and see at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Eco-link bridge connects two nature reserve and become the connection for all the animals there.
** Mountain bike trail
This bike trail was first opened in 1997 and it is the oldest bike trail in Singapore. Riders should have a good fitness level and technical skill as this 7 km trail is intense with rock garden, rock drops and blind corner.
** Learn about flora and fauna
Before venturing into the nature reserve you should go to Visitor centre to learn about the surrounding and what to expect of this place
** Walk backwardsYou can experience walking backward through the stretch due to the 180 degree steep. It is fun for adults as well for kids
** Check out the caves
This caves are hidden from main path and can be accessed either from South View Hut or Catchment Path. This caves were used by Japanese soldier to store their supplies.
** Hiking to the top
Our main goal is to reach to the top by hiking the 164 meter nature reserve hill. One way is using a set of stairs and another is by using the main path.
Apart from the activities there are also monthly events that you can join and have fun. Some of the events are like family yoga, workshop, biodiversity guided walk, kampung tour and Coco The Colugo.
Visitor Do and Don’ts at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
** Do not enter the nature reserve at bad weather condition
** Always dial 65427788 to plan in advance by knowing the weather forecast
** Never provoke the monkeys there
** If saw monkey nearby just look down and walk away at least 1.5 meter from them
** Never eat in the presence of monkey and keep your food inside haversacks
Other info of Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
** You can get there by bus, car or MRT
** Nature reserve operating hour is from 7 am to 7 pm daily
** Exhibition Hall opening hours is from 8 am to 5,30 pm daily
** Car park opening hours is 7 am to 7 pm daily
** No pets allowed** Smoke free area
** Wheelchair accessibility to Vision Centre
Singapore is an advanced country economically. To have a nature reserve so big here is a treasure. So don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn and discover about the flora and fauna at this nature reserve. Residents of Ki Residences will be able to take a leisure stroll at the park.