We met at central Singapore at 5.30 am to set off to Gunung Belumut for a day's hike. The Causeway had a light jam and we made it to the car park of Belumut at 8.30 am. The ascent begins fairly gradually for the first 2 km, then it gets steeper with some points being... Continue Reading →
Highest natural point in Singapore is Bukit Timah Hill at 163.63 m. GPS route and elevation maps included.
I met a tortoise this morning along MacRitchie trail. It taught me a few life lessons: (1) Have a hard outer shell but maintain a soft inner core. Life can be rough - be thick skin and let the criticisms run off the shell. Yet remain gentle and sensitive to the Holy Spirit's leading. Be... Continue Reading →
http://www.kizoa.com/Movie-Video-Slideshow-Maker/d127773982k5975292o1l1/conquering-kota-kinabalu It was certainly no walk in the park despite calling itself Kinabalu Park. I want to record my gratefulness to Heavenly Father for His protection over the entire group - while there were some injuries sustained from this very tough terrain, minor Altitude Mountain Sickness, slight diarrhoea, there were nothing really too serious.... Continue Reading →
The morning boat departs 10.00 am. Aim to arrive before 9.30 am. Take the red MRT line all the way down to Marina South Pier. Exit to ground level. Go purchase the ticket at $18 per adult. Enter the turnstile gates to the jetty and board the ferry. The journey takes 30 minutes to St John's... Continue Reading →
My 1st time ever doing a multi-day hike. Nepal has many trails and this is considered a beginners' trail. Our trip organiser arranged for us to meet locally in Singapore for Training at Toa Payoh 40 storey x 6 sets to be completed within 1 hour 30 minutes. I almost fainted during 1st attempt and... Continue Reading →