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Spanning 81-hectares, Chestnut Nature Park is the biggest nature park to date, and is made up of two parts: Chestnut Nature Park (South), and Chestnut Nature Park (North).
There are two main trails here – the Northern Hiking Trail spans around 3.5km, while the Southern Hiking Trail around 2.1km.
The Northern Hiking Trail is split into two trails as well. The first, being the 2km Northern Trail that features a nice shady walk among tall trees with a flat and gentle terrain. You'll be able to get to the Chestnut Nature Park Observation Tower on this route too! However, do take note that it is not a loop, so you will need to plan for a detour or a later exit.
The second of the Northern Hiking Trail is the 1.5km Nature Trail that is a loop, which might be a more convenient option if you are going to be parking at the main car park.
The Southern Hiking Trail would be more suited for older kids as it features a steeper and rockier terrain. However, plus points for its looped route, which will bring you back to the starting point near the car park.
Thrill-seeking young ones will be pleased to see mountain bikers speed by on parallel trails as they take on the hiking trails here!