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HSBC TreeTop Walk

Singapore’s MacRitchie Reservoir is home to a profusion of plants and animals, whose diversity is best viewed from the HSBC TreeTop Walk.
ADDRESS
MacRitchie Reservoir, Central Catchment Area, Singapore

The Overview

Singapore’s MacRitchie Reservoir is home to a profusion of plants and animals, whose diversity is best viewed from the HSBC TreeTop Walk. Perched across two hills, Bukit Peirce and Bukit Kalang, this 250-meter-long suspension bridge, up to 25 meters from the forest floor, gives visitors a panoramic view of the canopy, the uppermost strata of a tropical rainforest. With a privileged perspective of this remnant forest, you can admire the towering, majestic mature trees, swinging long-tailed macaques, white-bellied fish eagles cruising the skies and the entrancing chorus of cicada calls. Nature spotting is a bountiful affair, and almost one hundred species of birds, 10 types of mammals and 14 species of reptiles have already been spotted from this bridge alone.

Address:

MacRitchie Reservoir,
Central Catchment Area, Singapore

Website: nparks.gov.sg

 

Published on Jan 18, 2011

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