Rainy Day: Walking from Stadium MRT to Kallang Leisure Park

I don’t have a fear of heights, but the escalator ride (goes up 3 levels at least) and the ship design at Stadium MRT (circle line or yellow line as I like to call it) is both impressive and vertigo inducing. It’s now made Kallang Leisure Park a cinch to get to, unless it’s pouring down. Then you’ll most likely get wet on the long footpath. Winds in Singapore, as you will discover, beat the rain sideways. I didn’t mind being sprayed by a little water, but I was annoyed by some teenaged boys in front of me whining loudly about it.

photo by bookjunkie

The actual covered walkway is narrow and long, but at least you get a bit of shelter. I think we’re spoilt with MRT attached underground to malls that we come to expect it. You can take a shortcut when it’s not raining and muddy.

photo by bookjunkie

I was absorbed by the old trees with the low hanging branches.

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

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8 Responses to Rainy Day: Walking from Stadium MRT to Kallang Leisure Park

  1. Good choice on the 100% orange juice. That just sounds so refreshing, healthy and delicious on a rainy day. Next stop: Coffee! 🙂

    Julie

  2. btlau says:

    oh cool design, this is the new line right? Last time I was there, I visited my friend at upper thompson road and we used the mrt line there, and I was on the new line. Yep, when I move to Singapore, I am planning to move into the Upper Thompson area, do you think it’s a good neighbourhood? I lived on Dalvey rd (Steven’s road by YMCA) for a short while and was thinking of returning to that area, but it seems like upper thmpson has more charm…

    • bookjunkie says:

      I like the Steven’s Road area because it’s so near town! Thompson is definitely charming with all the trees. I think as long as you’re walking distance from an MRT station, you can get about anywhere.

  3. 365days2play says:

    The photograph of the station is impressive! I’ve been through several times but never actually stopped at this station. I guess tropical countries get lots and lots of torrential rain as compared to temperate countries. Also, a huge % of the population does not drive. So we need those rain shelters!!

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