Monday, August 18, 2008

Group's Southern Ridges Adventure

3 Aug 08 - A 9km chain of green spaces spans across Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, Kent Ridge Park and ends at West Coast Park, each seamlessly linked by foot trails and connection bridges.



We start off with a short walk through the secondary forests of Marang Trail from behind Harbourfront MRT Station to Mount Faber Park, one of the oldest parks in Singapore. Embark on the meandering trail of Faber Walk and take in the panoramic views of Singapore and the coastal seas, dotted by ships and islands.


Enjoy shooting detail of every tiny micro things with my new bought camera


Experience the giddy heights of the Henderson Waves, an undulating bridge that sits high across Henderson Road and connects Mount Faber Park to Telok Blangah Hill Park. It is also Singapore’s highest pedestrian bridge.



Look, Kenneth showing some stunning action and more...



From there, trek across Telok Blangah Hill Park through the Hilltop Walk. Brush past the thick canopy of trees and take a bird’s eye view of the forest as we continue along the raised walkways of the Forest Walk.





Wow, so you think he can fly? Some pre-Beijing olympics 2008 high jump action is going on here :P

Both myself and Kenn reached HortPark last as we took our own sweet time playing with our camera. Enjoy a delightful stroll down the Floral Walk lined with blooming flowers and pick up some gardening ideas at the Hort Park!


While the rest of the group had passed through Kent Ridge Park’s rich flora and fauna with an elevated walkway. Perched at a height of 16 metres at the centre, it’s the perfect spot to experience the tranquillity and beauty of nature as we catch glimpses of squirrels, sunbirds and white-crested thrushes among the groves of Tembusu and belukar trees.

2 comments:

CuPiD said...

vax~ where r u? how come u not inside any of the pics?

VAX said...

Haha, when i need a model and noone is around, you will see me in the photo. :D

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