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Hiking and nature walks at Rifle Range Nature Park

Free of charge

About the boardwalks and trails

Part of the Central Nature Park Network, Rifle Range Nature Park has several boardwalks and trails that take you to various zones and terrains.

View the park map to see where they are located or refer to the following to find out more about each of them.

The Gliders Boardwalk provides a barrier-free connection from the visitor pavilion to the quarry wetland, a freshwater ecosystem in the heart of the nature park transformed from the former Sin Seng Quarry.

This elevated boardwalk allows you to view rope bridges and poles that act as animal crossings for wildlife such as the Long-tailed Macaque and the Malayan Colugo.

Trail length: 411m

Built for children aged 5 to 12, the Forest Exploration Trail features a play area children can challenge themselves with.

Your child can channel their inner explorer to navigate over log courses and pebble paths and clusters of boulders to hone their coordination and balance, as well as nurture a material connection with nature.

Trail length: 113m

Just a short distance away from Beauty World MRT station, the Rambai Boardwalk is a convenient entry point into the heart of Rifle Range Nature Park.

This elevated bridge takes you through the treetops and is dotted with informative signs that tell of the park’s rich history as the site of the previous Singapore Gun Club and Sin Seng Quarry.

Trail length: 535m

This steep hike takes you to Colugo Deck, a viewing point that rises 31m off the ground overlooking the quarry wetland.

The Colugo Deck is designed to resemble how the Malayan Colugo looks when in flight.

Trail length: 582m

These long parallel dirt and stone trails begin at the Gaharu Entrance of Rifle Range Nature Park on Jalan Kampong Chantek and meander through the dense forest.

If you take the Banyan Trail, you will come across one of Singapore's few natural freshwater streams.

Trail length:

  • Gaharu Trail 826m
  • Banyan Trail 647m


Follow the park dos and don'ts and hiking etiquette to ensure an enjoyable experience for everyone.

If you are planning to organise group activities involving more than 30 persons such as group learning journeys and hiking, you will need to apply for a permit.

About the guided walks

If you are interested in the rich biodiversity of the park, you can sign up for a free guided walk.


The duration of the walk is 1 hour. You will have to register as a participant before you can join the walk. No walk-ins are allowed.

Find out available tour dates