Singapore - Central Catchment Trail - Trail, Singapore, Asia And Pacific

Singapore - Central Catchment Trail - Trail, Singapore, Asia And Pacific

DESCRIPTION

Probably Singapore 2nd official mountain biking trail, since there is a National Parks signboard for this trail, the ride has lots of twists & turns (and many trails to get lost in), plus it is very bumpy. Somewhere in the middle, there's a great hill to climb for a view of the surrounding forest.

USER REVIEWS

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[Dec 25, 2000]
Cheen Chong Tan

It took me an hour to get to Mandai Road and back. Lots of bumps & uphill-downhill slopes to give you a strenous workout but a thrilling ride!

As there are many side trails you can easily slip into, be careful not to get lost. Ride in the morning or early afternoon. And look out for National Parks' signboards posted along the trail.

Also, since the trail is very muddy and slippery after a rain, it is not recommended for the faint-hearted (and those who hate washing down mud).

Customer Service

Take on this trail from the Chestnut Ave entrance. The map is shown on the National Parks signboard. If you decide to follow the recommended route, you'll be coming back here again. Otherwise, you'll end up on Mandai Road (near the road turning into the Zoological Gardens).

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Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

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[Mar 18, 2001]
stranger

how do you get to mandai from this entrance?
i went straight and land up in bukit timah visitor's centre leh
and there any small trails i must look out for?

Customer Service

bukit timah

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bukit timah

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[Apr 23, 2002]
SM Lee

call it a trail if you are beginners learning how to balance your bike. Boring! Go pack the bke, leave the small island, head north, or elsewhere, and experience real trail. Only come back for bike paths!

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none, the next best thing in this small island of nowhere is PIE.

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[Aug 17, 2002]
yj

It was quite an enjoyable trail with sufficient uphill and downhill to make it challenging as well as rewarding enough. Find it easier than Bt.Timah but offer more than enough a wrokout. Even my 11 year son enjoyed it.

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Would like ot hear from other Singapore MTBikers where else is fun on Singapore island apart from BT Timah, Ubin.

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