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Singapore remains a safe destination. There is no travel restriction by World Health Organisation (WHO) to Zika-affected countries.


Photo by Singapore Botanic Gardens

Nature lovers will be delighted to discover that Singapore has many green pockets worth exploring, such as the 74-ha Singapore Botanic Gardens, the country's first UNESCO Heritage Site. The nation’s most celebrated green venue with more than 150 years of history, it contains more than 2,700 species and hybrids of plants including Heritage Trees, mature trees marked for conservation.

Photo by Sherwin Huang

Fancy a walk high up above the trees? Check out the TreeTop Walk at MacRitchie Reservoir Park, a 250m-long free-standing bridge that is suspended over the canopy of trees in the nature reserve.

Or maybe you would like to visit more than one park at a go. Then head over to the Southern Ridges, a 10km series of pathways, bridges and boardwalks that links Mount Faber Park to Labrador Nature Reserve, passing by Telok Blangah Hill Park, HortPark and Kent Ridge Park. Along the way, keep an eye out for a variety of flora and fauna in their natural habitat.

With so many green spaces around, you’ll find it easy to get up close and personal with Mother Nature.