Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Singapore and Rio de Janeiro are the world's only two cities to contain primary rainforest within their boundaries. Bukit Timah is located seven miles (12km) from Singapore's centre. It is a 164-hectare (405-acre) reserve preserving a variety of tree and animal species including flying lemurs, long-tailed macaque monkeys and anteaters. Designated walking and cycle trails undulate through the dense jungle and its highest point is marked by Bukit Timah at 538ft (164m).
Telephone: 6468 5736
Transport: SBS bus 170, or TIBs 67, 75, 171, 173, 184, 852 and 961
Opening times: Daily 8.30am to 6.30pm