Thomson Nature Park

The Thomson Nature Park is located along Upper Thomson Road.  This 50-hectare park is unique for its rick cultural heritage as the site of a former Hainan Village.  It is also the conservation site for the endangered Raffles’ Bandaged Langur (rare primate).  Explore the 5 trails spanning 3.8km around the former village’s road network.

Meeting Place/Time:  Thomson Nature Park – rest area in front of the toilet at 8.30am.

Note: Group will commence walk at 8.45am.

How to get there:  Take bus 138, 167, 169, 860, 980 (alight after thomson 2.jpgTagore Drive on your right, Park is on your left). If you are driving, please arrive an hour earlier to get a car park (limited car park space).  It is advisable to take public transport to avoid disappointment.

What to wear / bring: Raincoat, insect repellent, drink and snacks. Wear light and use covered walking shoes.

Note: Participants must text the organizer that he or she is coming.

Date: Sunday, 24 July ’22

Time: 8.30am to 10.30am

Cost: FOC for SAC members, $5 per non-member

Group Size: Limited, headcount required

Grading: Easy

Leader: Peter Ng           (HP#: 89381055)

First Aider: Peter Ng

Registration: Required. Please contact Peter for enquiry and registration

Register by: 23 July 2022