It's one of the best reservoir parks in Singapore. It's cloudy when we come, but it will be a good place to catch sunset. You can even climb to the top of the rocket tower and see a panoramic view of the area. If you bring food and, beware of monkeys near the parking lot, don't feed them.
Upper Seletar Reservoir is located in Mandai, a lonely district found off the beaten track. This area boasts a lush collection of flora and I've spent some quiet afternoons here just enjoying the serenity. Occasionally, there are also tv crew filming, outdoor photography being carried out for families and wedding couples and some are here to jog or cycle.It was built to cater for the surge in water demand after World War I. Known as Seletar Reservoir then, it was Singapore’s third impounding reservoir, after MacRitchie and Peirce Reservoirs. The reservoir was renamed Upper Seletar Reservoir after the construction of the Lower Seletar Reservoir in 1986.
Very calm in early morning
The reservoir is beautiful, and there is no repression from the metropolis at all.