"The "Under TreeTop Walk" track" Singapore Off The Beaten Path Tip by Bonobo2005
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Upper Pierce ? MacRitchie Reservoir Park Connector (7)
The quiet 15 minute Under TreeTop Walk - track hike was full of excitement.
It all started with my first ever wild sighting of a Reticulated Python! The snake glided in the bush away from me, but it seemed endless before the last bit was finally gone - it was HUGE...! After that occasion I couldn't help keep looking carefully around me especially since much of the trail was slightly overgrown.
Not long after - totally unaware - I was stunned by the appearance of a metal bar fixed 20 meters high in the treetops as far as I could see. A very strange sight in a Nature Reserve. First I thought it was a structure to hold a pipe line, but when I saw people walking on top of it I realised I was in the area of the HSBC Treetop Walk! Now I was right under it, another sensational moment.
The track ends at a T-junction called "Water Pipe Crossing". Go left to connect to Peirce Track, gateaway to the TreeTop Walk.
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