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The Green Corridor, Singapore

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TripAdvisor
  • 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 ...  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 ...  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 a...  more »
Google
  • Pleasant walk but very depending on the weather. Do not go if raining or raining in previous night. Best entry point is via the place near king Albert park and buona vista mrt.
  • Pleasant walk and breathing space away from the city. IG 📷: thearchitectshoots
  • Great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city living. Get connected with nature as you take a long stroll along the tranquil trails.
  • The calmest, quietest and most peaceful place in Singapore. Longest continuous green space that can be found, connecting the north to the city. Not to mention the historical significance of this place, especially the Bukit Timah Railway Station and the two bridges.
  • A few water points along the corridor would hydrate the visitors.