Ranked 148 among Places to Visit in Singapore
Time Required: 1 - 3 hours
Chestnut Nature Park, opened in February 2017, is Singapore’s largest nature park, covering a total of 81 hectares. It is located on the eastern end of Chestnut Avenue, beside the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. The Park consists of two parts, in the north and the south, with the Northern part being four times larger than the Southern part. The Chestnut Nature Park was especially made for biking and hiking enthusiasts and is the only nature park in Singapore with separate trials being made for both. There are three picturesque hiking trails in the Park, two in the North and one in the South. While the Northern Trails lead through a lush green landscape under groves and over lakes, the one in the South winds through a rocky terrain and large grasslands, before subdividing into two more trails.
Chestnut Nature Park is also famous for its eleven different trails designed for mountain bikers. These trails have been divided into various levels of difficulty. Alongside the biking trails, Chestnut Park also has a pump trail which allows bikers and kids to practice their biking skills. The park is also an excellent spot for bird watching, tree watching and even nature photography. These activities are enabled by the fact that the park is populated by various native tree species, further aiding the ongoing biodiversity conservation efforts of the Singaporean Government.
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