Escape the afternoon heat inside the two domes, where temperatures are blissfully cool like springtime.
Follow Jurong Hill road up to the peak and you will find a tranquil garden and a spiralling tower perched on top.
The Jurong Hill Lookout Tower was built in the 1970s and at the time was a popular place to host foreign dignitaries and even royalty such as Elizabeth II, Queen of England.
Many of the famous dignitaries also planted trees to commemorate their visit and these can still be seen today in the garden at the foot of the tower.
The Southern Ridges is a trail along the south-west of Singapore connecting Hort Park, Labrador Nature Reserve, Telok Blangah Hill Park and Mount Faber Park.
There are lots of picturesque stops along the way but one of the highlights is Henderson Waves.