Saturday, October 30, 2010

MacRitchie Resevoir Park (VI)

MacRitchie Reservoir Park (V)

There are colonies of monkeys here, but you'll be fine so long as you don't offer food to them nor eat in front of them.

MacRitchie Reservoir Park (IV)

Captured a monitor lizard swimming in the water. Monitor Lizards keep their distance from people typically and vice versa.

MacRitchie Reservoir Park (III)

MacRitchie Reservoir Park (II)

MacRitchie Reservoir Park (I)

It had been raining early that morning but I was up early. Around 8 am, it had stopped raining, and I thought to myself, might be an interesting time to go for a walk. So off I went.

MacRitchie Reservoir is all done up to the standard of a tourist attraction, with a visitor's center and toilets. There are also eateries coming up and there's some renovation on the central sheltered platform.

This reservoir is the most accessible of nature parks as the front entrance faces Lornie Road, and there's many bus services that go through there. So it's not hard to get to and not too deep in. The famed Treetop Walk is much further within that it can considered a separate attraction.