Glow up: Most insta-worthy 100 meters in Singapore
Glow in the Dark pathways in countries, such as the Netherlands and Poland, have got Singaporeans envious for a while, but not anymore!
After undergoing a year of construction, the Rail Corridor between Upper Bukit Timah and Choa Chu Kang is finally open for public!
This 2-year initiative is supposed to make the paths safer and more accessible, without compromising the full experience from the previous track.
Not to mention, paving the way for people to take night walks or in this case ready for some Brandon Woelfel shots!
Here are some tips and tricks before you head down:
The path works like the good old glow-in-the-dark stickers: natural and non-toxic.
These materials are mixed into the pavement to absorb UV rays from the sun so that it will glow at night for a good eight hours.
Set a good time for a hike and check it out for yourself, it’s located at the Rail Corridor along Woodlands Road, behind the Downtown Line Bukit Panjang station.