Like the lizard, I was feeling like scampering away as well. I have't really spent that much time here and there are plenty of paths to be explored, but I have a feeling the paths are all going to be very similar. That is, very jungle-like. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve seems like a lot of jungle with no places of interest, which is to be expected as it is a nature reserve not Disneyland. Nothing wrong with that, I have really enjoyed exploring, but it's not the most exciting walk in the world. Think it is time to head to my next destination of MacRitchie Reservoir, where I know there are some interesting sites, specifically some waterside boardwalks and the TreeTop Walk, a massive jungle canopy suspension bridge.
At the end of the walk I had a rest and a look around that visitors centre building at the entrance to the reserve. The visitor centre has historic and environmental information about the area, but the most interesting display for me was a diorama showing a hiking trail all the way to MacRitchie Reservoir, my next destination. Should I take the bus as originally planned or walk this trail? As this is a blog about walking it should be obvious that I walked all the way to MacRitchie Reservoir, and that story is for the next blog post (it's my biggest walk in Singapore so far by the way).