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The Southern Ridges

The Southern Ridges is a great place for adventure lovers, hikers, and anyone looking to have fun. The blissful ambiance of the space often leaves visitors in awe. This amazing park features a 10 km vegetative space, and a dedicated open area that connects Telok Blangah Hill Park, Labrador Nature Reserve, HortPark, and Mount Faber Park. Because of the serenity and biodiversity of the Southern Ridges, it is an ideal destination for adventure seekers, hikers, nature lovers, and families looking to have a great time.

Learn more about nature as you explore the vast varieties of plant and animal species in this illustrious park.  Be inspired by the amazing view of the city and the southern Island from the Southern Ridges.

Prepare to be marveled by the Henderson Waves, a structure that is about 36 meters above Henderson Road. The structure connects the Blangah Hill Park to Mouth Faber. Because it is the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore and has a superb design, it is visited by a lot of people each year.

The Southern Ridges also features two incredible trekking routes, the Canopy Walk and the forest Walk, which cuts across the Adinandra Belukar, a bio diverse forest rich in countless varieties of plant and animal species. Get a chance to capture wild birds and exotic flowers as you walk on the Ridges. Take a step further and explore the Berlayer Creek and Coastal Walk, which is home to different fauna and flora species.