Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Explore Singapore’s oldest rainforest
Though much of Singapore's original vegetation has been cleared to make way for urban development, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve has remained relatively undisturbed from its pre-colonial state. Best known for its tallest hill, the 164-meter Bukit Timah, the reserve is also amazingly rich in biodiversity with about 40 percent of the country's flora and fauna, including the long-tailed macaque (monkey). The reserve was officially declared an Asean Heritage Park in October 2011.
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|Address:||Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, 177 Hindhede Dr., Singapore, 589333 Singapore|
|Opening hours:||daily 6am-7pm|
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