But take note many fallen branches line Kranji forest. Be alert and try to go with a partner. This place is too isolated.
The track is a cycling heaven for mountain bikes (MTB), but foldies will struggle (mud and terrain). One fine day (not muddy), I will bring my Crius Master to cycle in reverse direction from Kranji Forest to Tanjong Pagar Terminal (Spooner road).
The only shelter along the trek North to Kranji Forest would be under MRT viaduct or the bridge structure below.
I took a short break here for 5 minutes, but decided to proceed as the rain will only get bigger.
Although the blog post is titled Hiking Kranji Forest, this stretch is only 600m! But it does look like a scene out of a fairy tale.
The mist added to the mystery aura. So Enchanting!
We can see the boarded sections along Krangi Woodland Forest. This section is close to Kranji Close entrance.
Fortunately, I had decided to hike on, as the drizzle became a downpour. I would be stuck if I had decided to stay at the shelter.
Take note Kranji Forest can be flooded as the streams on both sides will overflow. (Take note the toads will be super loud too!)
Exit Kranji Forest junction totally drenched but super ecstatic.
Changed and took a bus to Woodlands Interchange (do take note the Bus stop location is slightly off on Google Map).
Rainbow Bridge would be another 600m from here, but I will have to wait till another day. Take note Rainbow Bridge opening hours (0500 to 1000, and 1700 to 2200).
Video: Hiking Kranji Forest from Green Corridor (YouTube)
Second clip, it is raining!
Click for the trail route from my Google Map GPX. Checkout more photos of Hiking Kranji Forest from our Facebook album.