Okay, we ran a little too.
Life is cute. I was reading a forum letter to the Straits Times, and the writer wrote about how Pandan Reservoir can be better done up as a space for the residents’ use. The writer compared it to the much better situation at Seletar, Bedok, and Lower Pierce. So that reminded me that we haven’t been to Bedok Reservoir Park, even though it’s quite near us.
So one day, I said let’s go in the morning before we meet our friends for lunch. We spent 1 hour 15 minutes to walk the full round, which didn’t feel like what it was because it was pretty breezy that morning. It was only towards the last third of our walk that the sun came out. But that gave us prettier pictures!
We bought waterproof pouches for our phones. With the neck strap, you can hook on house keys. I am not really sure if the pouches are waterproof but I just wanted some protection in case it suddenly rains, as our skies are apt to do. Also, the phone is protected from our sweaty hands. Heehee.
I really like the park and the large trees please me so. Also, there are benches here and there, and shade from the trees along most of the route. It really is worlds apart from Pandan Reservoir.
More information: There are various pedestrian entry points along Bedok Reservoir Road (as part of the Siglap Park Connector) and the car park entrance is along that road too. There is another parking area near Tampines Avenue 10.