blocks or houses, invite them out and play outdoor games or sports?
Today, even as adults, most interactions among friends have shifted online or via mobile devices, so getting them to come over on a regular basis becomes less compelling.
With the 24km-long Rail Corridor set to fully open by 2024, bringing back that sense of adventure and camaraderie among friends on a weekly basis may seem like a good throwback.
Better yet, if your friends live near the corridor’s many access points, a weekly catch-up among families to work out and interact with nature together, may just be a great lifestyle to have.
A National Parks initiative, the Corridor connects the Kranji woodlands to Tanjong Pagar Railway Station.
It transforms the now unused Singapore-Malaysia railway line into a continuous green passage, allowing nature’s wildlife to move from one forest to another.
It’s also a recreational passageway for members of the public to jog, brisk walk, appreciate nature and feel nostalgic. They can walk the entire trail or choose sections between various access points.
While not exactly a cycling paradise like our Park Connector Network (PCN), you can cycle along the corridor with your mates.
However, you must keep to a 10km/h speed limit. Furthermore, while most sections are dirt paths, concrete or rubbered flooring, some parts are gravel, like the newly refurbished Truss Bridges at Upper Bukit Timah and Bukit Timah.
As the Corridor is meant more for nocturnal wildlife, it is open 24/7, but lights are switched off at night. Also, not every section is lit, so the advice is to plan ahead, exit by nightfall and take extra care if it gets too dark or late.
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