A site of great natural beauty, the MacRitchie Reservoir is a historical landmark in Singapore that is also home to a rich rainforest area. Before setting off to explore this site, consider finding centrally located serviced accommodation Singapore has to offer such as Somerset Liang Court Singapore. These contemporary Singapore service apartments can be found near Clarke Quay and make an ideal base for your travels.
Nature lovers should plan a trip to the MacRitchie Reservoir where one can not only see stretches of primary forest, but rubber trees that were once used in plantations too. The country’s oldest reservoir, this scenic site features boardwalks along the borders of the MacRitchie Reservoir providing a fascinating walking path through the forested area where one can see a variety of plant and tree species. One will find signboards along the way that will help you get a better understanding on what can be seen. Also here is the HSBC TreeTop Walk which connects Bukit Kalang and Bukit Peirce by way of a free standing suspension bridge that towers 250 metres above the ground.
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