Nature lovers rejoice because NParks today announced the re-opening of the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve after two years of restoration works and sensitive enhancements have completed.
Safety improvements have been made to the 163-hectare nature park which includes slope stabilization works, new rope railings and raised boardwalks in certain sections.
The 2-year closure has also allowed NParks to carry out survey works which led to the discovery of the Malayan porcupine and slow loris at the reserve.
You can also find the list of programmes and workshop from the NParks official page. Due to the high public interest in visiting the nature reserve, group hiking permits won’t be processed until the crowd has stabilised after a few months.Learn more from NParks