Here’s a little recap of the 9 Mother & Son Evening Walks we did during the summer break.
What started as a spur of the moment little evening walk at the Botanical Gardens (#1) near our place which was followed the following by the Mount Faber & Southern ridges (#2), by the Green Corridor walk (#3) it became our little weekly Wednesday night ritual. We then ventured a little more West to Jurong Gardens (#4) then East to Gardens by the Bay & Barrage (#5) then we went North to Bishan/Ang Moh Kio garden with a finish line at Peirce Reservoir (#6). We conquered Singapore’s highest point (at 163.63 m!) with Butik Timah summit and the Dairy Farm loop (#7). After the highest point, I would challenge him with our longest walk for the loop around MacRitchie reservoir (#8) and we finish on a high with Fort Canning and ended our summer adventure at the Marina Bay Sand (#9)
It was a great way for J. to see the city from a different point of view (forest and nature parks are usually not on top of teenagers’ priority list), enjoy the city he has end up living in the longest and, a great way to get some exercise too.
I now need to find more routes to take him.
All the walks in detail here.
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