Visit Rail Corridor
About Rail Corridor
The 24 km long Rail Corridor is a continuous green passage that allows wildlife movement between major green spaces. It also serves as a recreational corridor for all members of the public.
As it is an important ecological corridor, the Rail Corridor is not lit at night to facilitate nocturnal wildlife movement. Lighting is only provided at certain access points, essential walking paths and benches leading to the public restrooms and Bukit Timah Railway Station building and Railway Staff Quarters. For safety, we encourage visitors to exit the Rail Corridor by nightfall, and to take extra care if you are still within Rail Corridor when it gets dark.
For an enjoyable experience along the Rail Corridor, here are some simple tips:
· Keep left at all times and keep noise level down
· If you are cycling along the Rail Corridor, please note the 10km/h speed limit. Be sure to ride safely, slow down and give way to pedestrians, ring your bell when overtaking, and dismount and push your bicycles when crossing our bridges.
· Be attentive to your surroundings and give way to others
· Observe our flora and fauna from a distance.
Safety During Bad Weather
For safety, during and immediately after bad weather, please seek cover at the nearest shelter available and avoid entering forested areas, including nature reserves and nature parks.
Do note that when planning to go outdoors, you may dial 65427788 for weather forecasts.
Parks Permits and Applications
· A permit is required to conduct any activity that involves 30 or more participants along Rail Corridor. For more information, please click here.
· To apply for on-location filming, please click here.
There are many access points into the Rail Corridor. Please refer to the maps below to plan your visit to the Rail Corridor.
Rail Corridor North and South
For more information about Rail Corridor North and how to get there, please click here.
For more information about Bukit Timah Railway Station and how to get there, please click here
The Rail Corridor leads to several nature parks around Bukit Timah. Pleaser refer to A Guide to Hiking Trails around Bukit Timah and observe the park etiquettes when exploring the trails.
Let’s be socially responsible and let everyone enjoy our green spaces!