Since the successful launch of the “Let’s Lepak at Mt Faber” in august this year, the organisers are back with another car-free event this coming 3rd September. There would be two new activities for everyone to participate:
1) Heritage and Nature guided walk along a section of the Southern Ridges. The 2-hour walk kicks off at 4.30pm at Telok Blangah Hill park and ends at the hilltop at Faber peak. Participants will get to enjoy the spectacular views of the city and Sentosa from different view points. It is also a chance for everyone to learn about the rich variety of flora and fauna as well as rich heritage found along the ridge.
Interested participants are required to register, please click on the link below.
Registration Link: https://www.nparks.gov.sg/activities/events-and workshops/2016/9/southern-ridges-heritage-and-nature-trail-3-sep-2016
2) Orienteering Activity, this is co-organised by Active SG which consist of a sport where runners have to find their way across terrains with the aid of a map and compass. This will require the use of both navigation and map-reading skills.
If you are an sporty and active kind of person who is keen to partake in this, all you have to do is download the ActiveSG App and search for “Orienteering@Mount Faber 2016”
This are great movements for Singapore’s move towards a “car-lite” city. All it takes is just a little bit of effort from everyone of us to help protect and care for this small, cute little place we call Home.
Will I see you there? 🙂
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