Best MonthsAll year
Contact1800 471 7300
Traveller TypesFriends, Couples, Families, Solo
Rank23 out of 710 attractions in Singapore
Places to stay near MacRitchie Reservoir
Reviews of MacRitchie Reservoir • 5
Perfect place to enjoy Tree Top walk, kayak, hiking and fishing(catch and release). It also has a submerged bridge. Tree Top walk is the best thing to do here because it gives you a mesmerizing view of tropical rainforest. Keep some water with you and yes beware of monkeys. Opening hours :7am to 7pm on weekdays and 8:30am to 5pm on weekends
Singapore, no doubt, is a green city dotted with parks and lakes everywhere. But Macritchie Reservoir is undoubtedly special. If you want experience the serenity of lush green Malaysian tropical rainforests right at the heart of Singapore, Macritchie Reservoir is the place to be. Let your inner child prance around in the woods or go kayaking on the reservoir. Or better still, languorously watch the sun set over the glistening waters while you sip on to wine at the Vava Bistro.
beautiful place for nature lovers. Can easily spend a day hiking in the reservoir. Visit the hanging bridge. Entry Free
You should really take this one trail if you are in for trekking and hiking in the mountains. Start the trek early morning and finish it by afternoon. It is a best trek for photographers and trek enthusiasts.
There are some really picturesque nature trails from MacRitchie Reservoir Park to the HSBC TreeTop Walk suspension bridge that connects Bukit Pierce and Bukit Kalang (the two highest points at Mac Ritcheie), which are definitely worth your while (when the weather’s right). The trails meander through black forests and past unusual wildlife-we caught a glimpse of the bright blue baby snake-ending at the 25m-high suspension bridge. There are maps and directions posted everywhere, so whichever trail you choose, you won’t get lost. If you need a breather, stop at the Visitor Centre about 3km shy of the suspension bridge. We recommend Route 3, a 10 km walk starting from the park, and Route 6, a 7 km trek that starts from Venus Drive car park.