Rifle Range Forest
Gathering Address: Mayfair Park
Area Code: Rifle Range Parking, Jalan Gaharu
How to get there (Mayfair Park)
By Public Transport / Walk :
Walk 10 minutes from King Albert Park MRT to Rifle Range Road
Bus 170, 61, 75, 852, 173, 66, 970, 961, 67, 184, 174, 157, 52, 41, 985, 77, 171
Towards Clementi Rd (Mayfair Park)
Drop Opp Bt Timah Plaza (Stop ID: 42089)
Bus 154, 170, 852, 66, 970, 961, 67, 174, 157, 77, 171, 74, 151
Towards Dunearn Rd (Near Road Entrance)
Drop Aft Rifle Range Rd (Stop ID: 42059)
Mayfair Park : The meeting, reception and dismissal point of most FSS programs. It has an array of facilities that helps create a comfortable environment for children and adults. Many of the trees and facilities are sponsored by the residence living within the area. Mayfair Park has 1 Basketball Court, 3 Secondary Shelters, 1 Primary Shelter, 1 Water Cooler Point, 1 Sand Pit Fitness Area, 1 Playground, 4 Big Green Space and plenty of parking space at the side.
Boulder Playground : The semi-natural playground of FSS, is filled with huge granite boulders, left from old quarry activities in the 1950s. The vines and plants have grown over many of them, creating a beautiful mix of hard and soft material for the the playground space. The field around are largely covered by Mimosa plants, so expect to bring back some scratches when venturing in this area.
Magic Stream : The stream is found between the Pandan Loop and Durian Loop, of the Kampong Trail. It is a beautiful stream, that leads from Bukit Timah Nature Reserve to Murnane Reservior. The stream is clean and clear, with plenty of little fishes and water boatman dancing between our feets.
Kampong Trail : The major trek/walking route of the Forest School Singapore. It has many steep climbs and huge logs, to overcome along the way. There are also 300 different off-trail routes, that can be taken from the Kampong Trail, some of them will lead us to beautiful ridges and cliffs in the woods.
Bukit Timah Trail : Bukit Timah Trail is the next major trail. It has high public usage rate, so it tend to be abit more crowded. The trail routes branches out to various unique spaces, such as quarries, abandoned rail tracks and bamboo forests.