The Green Corridor (officially called the Rail Corridor) is a relatively new hike in Singapore. The 24km walk follows the former railway line from Tanjong Pagar in the South to Woodlands in the North of…Read More
Tangkoko National Park in Sulawesi is home to endemic and critically endangered wildlife including Black Macaques, hornbill, cuscus, and kingfishers.
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is a peaceful oasis in northern Singapore, with chances to spot wildlife including birds, otters, and even crocodiles.
Manembo Nembo Nature Reserve is a protected forest area in North Sulawesi. Unfortunately there are far better options for wildlife viewing.
Mount Mahawu (Gunung Mahwau) is an easy hike in North Sulawesi – 10 minutes to the crater rim and 50 minutes to walk around, with excellent views to Lokon.
Kali waterfall, like Mount Mahawu, is a very easy hike. Well signposted once you’re there (!), the start of the trail is down a narrow side road in Kali village. The hardest part will be…
Gunung Ledang (Mount Ophir) is a challenging day climb in a national park on the border of Malacca and Johor states, with expansive views from the summit.
This abandoned house, known as Edgecumbe, is one of several derelict structures on Penang Hill, and dates from the colonial era.
Endau Rompin National Park is home to pristine rainforest, clear waterfalls, elephants – maybe even Malayan Tigers and critically endangered Sumatran Rhino.
Gunung Panti forest reserve offers a strenuous but short hike to the mountain’s summit, with great views over the surrounding forest. It can be completed as a day trip, or an overnight trip using the campsite at the summit.