Bridging the hills of Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park and Kent Ridge Park, the Southern Ridges is an area steeped in history and is home to some of nature's greatest gifts of flora and fauna. Combining invigorating exercise with spectacular views across Singapore, it spans a total of 9 km from one end to the other. The natural beauty and the green open spaces of the Southern Ridges make it ideal for walking or cycling.
With 360-degree views of the city, it is one of the best spots in Singapore to catch panoramic views of the city, the harbour and the Southern Islands. The splendour of the wild flowers and brightly coloured birds will also leave photographers spoilt for choice. Main highlights here are the Hilltop, Canopy and Forest Walks, where bridges cut through the natural beauty of the forest’s flora and fauna, including the Adinandra Belukar, a distinct type of secondary forest, giving you a glorious view of the surrounding city, harbour and Southern Islands.
Along the Southern Ridges lies the Floral Walk, a hot spot for floral diversity with more than a hundred species of flowering shrubs and trees. This trail leads to Hort Park, a lifestyle gardening hub, a one-stop centre for recreational, educational, research and retail activities in a park setting.
Most distinctive of the connecting bridges is the Henderson Waves, with its rolling form linking Mount Faber Park to Telok Blangah Hill Park. It’s also the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore, so remember to bring your cameras on your trek here, for memorable snaps at 77.88 metres above sea level at its highest point.
Get recharged and rejuvenated in the sanctuary of offerings. Set yourself free.