Sunday, September 14, 2008

Walk through Southern Ridges in sun set

The Southern Ridges stretches 9km from West Coast Park through Kent Ridge Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, Mount Faber Park and end at Horbour Front Bus Terminal Car Park. You may enter from any of the park above. A bunch of us decided to start from Kent Ridge Park.
We starts our walk from Car Park A at Kent Ridge Park around 4pm.
Oh! We can even see Semakau and Pulau Jong from the park. One of the exibit at Kent Rdge Park
Although we don't have four seasons here in Sngapore, a falling flowers and yellow leaves do remind me that Autumn is coming. I still remember when I was young, this is the signal reminds me that the best time for kite flying has arrived!
Walking through this stretch of trail is like walking through a park in the temperate countries.This trail will lead to the Canopy Walk
This Canopy Walk elevated 16 metres from ground take us through secondary forest
After this 'long and winding road', we will be entering Asia's first one-stop centre for gardening-related recreational, educational, research and retail activities.
Rows, rows and flower of all kinds are planted at Floral Walk
The Hort Park is able to host large events.
One of the favourates in Hort Park iuclude this showcasing designs and ideas for home gardening. After the Hort Park, we continue our walk through Alexandra Arch.
After the Alendra Arch, we enter the Forest Walk which is a steps-free elevated walkway ranging from 3 to 18 metres high.
36 metres above Henderson Road, this Henderson Waves is the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore and it connect Telok Blangah Hill to Mount Faber.
Spectacular view of Singapore from Faber Walk.
It was about 6.30pm when we arrived at the Mount Faber. We continue our walk through Marang Trail to Harbour Front just in time for our dinner.

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