Stay at Four Points by Sheraton Singapore, Riverview and spent a well-deserved time out to unwind close to home and craft new experiences with your loved ones.
Our Singapore River Walk takes you on a journey from Robertson Quay to Collyer Quay, and continue on to Marina Bay, Gardens By the Bay and ending at Marina Barrage. At the end of the trail, you can relax and have a picnic, play old times games, fly kite, etc as you enjoy the sunset at Marina Barrage.
If you are looking to explore the southern part of Singapore in a day or hankering for an adventure in the midst of nature, this trail is definitely for you.
Support our industry by register for the walk to find out more about The Southern Ridge Walk from Hort Park. The route will be around 8-12 km comprising green, open spaces that connect HortPark, Telok Blangah Hill Park and Mount Faber Park.
Looking for greater personalisation and less crowded, off-the-beaten-track for your next socially distanced getaway? Join our local walking tours in our neighbourhood – Queenstown and beyond, where we will be limiting participants to 5 max and staying longer in the area to learn more about the places.
Date: 15-19 Oct 2020
Dominating the landscape of Wonosobo, towering tall as neighbours to each other at 3,150 masl and 3,371 masl, Mt. Sindoro and Mt. Sumbing are rewarding climbs as they feast your eyes to the tremendous view of Wonosobo’s farmlands and plantations, the majestic neighbouring mountains and the craters itselves from the top. While the summit of Mt. Sumbing is a rocky peak, the summit of Mt. Sindoro is covered with Edelweiss and its fragrant scent. Reaching both peaks of these twin volcanoes will give any adventurers a massive sense of reward and achievements.
Date: 5-7 Sep 2020
Traversing Mt. Merapi (literally means “fire”) 2.930 m a.s.l and Mt. Merbabu 3.145 m a.s.l is believed as one of great volcano trekking in Central Java. Name of Merbabu derived from “meru” means mountain and “abu” means ash meanwhile Merapi literally means fire. As a neighborhood volcanoes, the interesting part is that trekker can view Mt. Merapi from Mt. Merbabu and vice versa.
Date: 8-10 Aug 2020
Located just in Central and East Java boundaries, Mt. Lawu (3.265 m a.s.l) is a stratovolcano with its last explosion recorded in 1885. An active crater can still be seen on its slope while two 15th century temples – Candi Sukuh and Candi Cetho – are found on the foot of Mt. Lawu as well as mausoleum of 2nd President of Republic of Indonesia. The perfect hiking destination to combine natural, archaeological and historical sites.