Due to this Circuit Breaker lockdown, we have been closed at Home for more than a month now. And after this, it will be time for us to recharge and enjoy the Nature reserves in Singapore. Do remember this and do our part in conserving our beautiful Mother Nature.

We need Nature elements to survive, but Nature does not even need us to survive.

Mr. VictorSoh
1. Singapore Botanic Gardens

Singapore Botanic Gardens is one of the oldest gardens in Singapore, with many beautiful flowers and greeneries. The Gardens possess an array of botanical and horticultural features with a rich history and a wonderful plant collection of worldwide significance. This is my favourite place and still is. If you want to have your photo album full of beautiful flowers, then this is the place for photographers.

2. MacRitchie Reservoir Nature Walk

Oh yes! This walk extends to a distance of 12KM for the whole round across MacRitchie Reservoir. The path enclosed in between high trees keeps the air fresh and wonderful. Relaxing moments indeed. If you are up to the challenge, you may want to spend a day out to hike after this boring Circuit Breaker. It is a pity that all Nature parks are closed because Nature needs to heal.

This is one of the Photos I took with Samsung Galaxy Note 9 without any editing. Nature is just so beautiful.
3. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

This nature reserve is just beside MacRitchie Reservoir and you can hike to this wonderful destination to visit the ‘Xiao Guilin’ or known as ‘Little Guilin’. It is the mini version compared to China’s Guilin. You can Google it and check it out. Here is a photo of ‘Xiao Guilin’ in Singapore.

This is natural and greatly conserved by the Government.

So here I am wishing everyone to be safe and stay safe of course. Please bear with it and abide by the Laws for now. Once this is over, we will continue to stay safe and pray for the other Countries to recover from this pandemic as soon as possible. Our own Life is precious, so do the others. We are all the same!

You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.

Mae West

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