Love MacRitchie Walks

A series of FREE public guided nature walks at MacRitchie Forest.

Please note that these walks are for meant for the general public through individual sign-ups only.

Each walk is limited to 30 people/walk or less to limit impact to the forest and pending guide availability.

Please check this webpage for a list of available dates released every quarter.

Organised groups seeking guided walks should approach the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum’s (LKCNHM) Outreach and Education Unit, which is able to offer paid tours.

For other guided nature walk opportunities, please see Wild Happenings in Singapore.

Walks in Q3 2017

  • 8 Jul 2017 – Venus Loop with NUS Toddycats! – Fully subscribed
  • 11 Jul 2017 – Windsor Nature Park with Cicada Tree Eco-Place – Fully subscribed
  • 9 Aug 2017 – MacRitchie Reservoir Park with Cicada Tree Eco-Place – Fully subscribed
  • 13 Aug 2017 – Venus Loop with NUS Toddycats! – Fully subscribed
  • 7 Sep 2017 – Windsor Nature Park with Cicada Tree Eco-Place – Fully subscribed
  • 17 Sep 2017 – Venus Loop with NUS Toddycats! – Fully subscribed
  • 07 Oct 2017 – Venus Loop with NUS Toddycats! – Fully subscribed
  • 07 Oct 2017 – Windsor Nature Park with Cicada Tree Eco-Place – Fully subscribed
  • 12 Nov 2017 – Venus Loop with NUS Toddycats! – Register here (Fully subscribed)!
  • 9 Dec 2017 – Venus Loop with NUS Toddycats! – More details to come

Love MacRitchie Walks by Toddycats poster 

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Trained guides tell stories of the forest. Photo by David Teng.
Trained guides tell stories of the forest. Photo by David Teng.
The forest trail at Venus Loop. Photo by David Teng.
The forest trail at Venus Loop. Photo by David Teng.

Come with us, and learn more about this rainforest. Feel our natural heritage at risk.

What to wear and bring: wear lightweight cotton long pants, cotton shirt or tee-shirt, closed walking shoes with socks. Bring water in your refillable water bottle. Herbal insect repellent will keep the mozzies away. A cap or hat to protect you from the sun, and a light poncho or umbrella in case of rain.

Read about past Love MacRitchie Walks

  • Teresa Teo Guttensohn, Cicada Tree Eco-Place – link
  • Raffles Institution Glass Ark – link
  • School of the Arts The Green Beans – link
  • Adrian Loo, Raffles Institution / Raffles Museum Toddycats – link
  • Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum Toddycats – link
  • N. Sivasothi, Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum Toddycats – link
  • BES Drongos – link

Take a self-guided walk with NParks’ eguides

  • Map of trails at MacRitchie – link
  • TreeTop Walk – link
  • Chemperai Trail – link
  • Prunus Trail – link
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