A Day Out: 8 Cool Things To Look Out For Along The Rail Corridor In Singapore

30 November 2016

Time to put on your good walking shoes. 

Stretching 24 kilometres long from the south to the north, the Rail Corridor, previously known as the Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) Railway Line, is a reminder of Singapore’s rich railway heritage that used to run into the heart of the city. 

Today it is a part of the “green corridor” — with free access to the public to enjoy nature, the rustic charm, and some great spots for photos. 

Here are some highlights to look out for along some parts of the route. 

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You can also explore the green corridor on your own with these walking routes. Some sections may also be cordoned off for maintenance work. Do exercise caution when venturing, especially during wet weather, as the grounds can be muddy and slippery and be responsible for your own safety.


By Muneerah Bee, last updated January 2017

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