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Tue 01 May 2007

MacRitchie - Bukit Timah briskwalks: Sun 3rd & 17th June 2007

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Sunrise in MacRitchie and breakfast in Bukit Timah!

The Raffles Museum Toddycats lead an energetic briskwalk for the public from MacRitchie (MR) to Bukit Timah (BT) annually in June. All are welcome and you can register for the walks on 3rd and 17th June 2007 at the MR-BT Briskwalk webpage.

This is an opportunity to learn a clearly marked route from MacRitchie to Bukit Timah in the company of friendly guides, and perhaps encourage you to take up such walks on your own.

The 2-hour walk is a chance to experience the ambience of the morning's sounds and fresh smells and a beautiful sunrise. Led by a group of regular walkers on these trails, this walk is unusual for us as it is not a nature observation walk (which is a much longer walk), but rather, a chance to exercise amidst a pleasant, natural setting that we should treasure in Singapore.

Everyone is welcome, but you should be used to taking short walks at least and wear a proper pair of walking shoes. And, critically, be able to wake up early enough to reach MacRitchie carpark at 6.45am, since we leave on time! We hope to reach the foot of Bukit Timah hill by 9.30am, leaving you rejuvenated with your whole Sunday still ahead of you.

Visit the webpage for details about the route, preparation, trail etiquette and photos from previous walks.

Posted at 12:52PM UTC by N. Sivasothi | permalink | email | Raffles Museum news