Difficulty level : Easy
•	Adinandra	Belukar	(secondary	forest)
•	Boards	depicting	important	WWII-related	events
•	High	biodiversity	of	birds
At the back of HortPark is a gate that leads to a park
connector linking HortPark and Kent Ridge Park. You can
reach Canopy Walk via this park connector. Alternatively,
if you wish to start your walk at Canopy Walk, you can
head straight for Kent Ridge Park by alighting at any of
the three spots - by bus at South Buona Vista Road (after
which you proceed by foot via Vigilante Drive); at the end
of Science Park; at Pasir Panjang Road (after which you
proceed by foot via Pepys Road).
Kent Ridge Park stands out from other parks in that its
design takes full advantage of the site’s surrounding
natural vegetation and topography. Breathe in the fresh
air and enjoy panoramic views from the ridge.
The Canopy Walk is the other trail on the Southern Ridges
that offers you the experience of walking through a
secondary forest at eye-level with the forest canopy.
This is a 280-metre long boardwalk that links Kent Ridge
Park to the museum “Reflections of Bukit Chandu”.
Listen out for the sounds of birds and insects breaking
the silence and serenity of the park on the Canopy Walk.
Sunbirds, doves, squirrels, lizards and white-crested
laughing thrushes are also part of the rich biodiversity
thriving here. Incidentally, Kent Ridge Park has the highest
number and species of dragonflies recorded compared to
About Kent Ridge Park
Kent Ridge Park is rich in historical value - one
of the last battles for Singapore was fought
on this hill, which oversaw the harbor and the
British military depots in the Ayer Rajah area.
To commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the
end of WWII, a plague is installed at Carpark
B. Visitors can also view two decommissioned
M114 Artillery Guns and an AMX-13 Light Tank
which are displayed in the park.
Reflections of Bukit Chandu
The museum houses th