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From Hillview MRT Station, you can walk to the Rail Mall, which is a small stretch of shops. From there, you can walk up a dirt path to a bridge along the Rail Corridor. Walking is not very convenient due to the sand and rocks....More
The Green Corridor is a walking, jogging, biking trail established where the old Kerata Api Tanah Melayu (KMT) railway ran. The Singaporean government cleverly decided to put water pipes under the Green Corridor to ensure that no one will ever build anything on top. Obviously...More
The green corridor used to be paths of greenery and nature, but with the latest construction, you can only go to certain places. You walk past wall for some of the walk. But this place is still an amazing place to go with your dog...More
Being my 10 year old’s term break, one of the challenges was to keep him occupied without breaking the wallet.
With the Green Corridor, I didn’t need to look further.
Clearly one of Singapore’s best kept secrets, this is a lengthy stretch of a walking...More
Today, I have tried to walk the corridor starting from the King Albert Park MRT. I went to the south but after a 2km the track is closed due to piping work. See the attached picture with the estimated timelines. I recommend, although I have...More
Good sections of the old railway line are currently closed for some fairly massive construction project to lay water pipes underneath it. As an alternative green corridor another option is the walk along the major water pipelines which starts from Marsiling MRT and continues all...More
Getting to the railway bridge is easy. After exiting King Albert Park MRT station, look to your left and you'll notice the railway bridge nearby. Walking to there would take less than 5 minutes. Most of the railway tracks are removed, leaving just a segment...More
The Green Corridor is a unique pathway created out of the old KTM Railway Line.
We'd found the access to the Old Railway Bridge by chance when we visited Rail Mall one evening for dinner. There was a little path that leads you to the...More
We started midway from the Bukit Timah station to the 10 mile junction in a morning. There are joggers and mountain bikers doing their workout. The path is not wide, thus one must be cautious. There are nice greenery and it does not feel like...More
After a week of business I had most of Saturday to myself before a 6 pm flight. I wanted to get up early and to find something a little different in Singapore. I wanted to walk the highest natural point in Singapore, being Bukit Timah...More
Hi Johnny, on weekends, you may find other dogs, cyclers and walkers. However it is not over crowded. So you have a lot of personal space, but you may have to give way to runners and bikers etc. Do not go there if you don't... More
Hi Johnny, on weekends, you may find other dogs, cyclers and walkers. However it is not over crowded. So you have a lot of personal space, but you may have to give way to runners and bikers etc. Do not go there if you don't like dogs, because there are a lot of them. I hope this helped you and clarified your knowledge of this amazing attraction.