- Enjoy free scenic sunset trek through hidden nature trails and picturesque photo points like the Imbiah Falls
- Hone photography skills with National Geographic’s 2017 Nature Photographer of the Year, or enjoy free movie under the stars, delectable BBQ delights from $15, and more!
- First 1,000 participants to complete walk get free picnic goodies worth up to $20!
Nature lovers and photography enthusiasts are in for a treat as The State of Fun organises its first ever 5km Sentosa Fun Walk in partnership with National Geographic. Taking place on Saturday 16 June, the event is free to all and promises an evening of fun, starting from a scenic sunset trek through the island’s nature trails, and ending off with a scrumptious BBQ dinner and movie by the beach.
Sentosa Fun Walk Programme
10am-4pm: Collection of goodie bag comprising event t-shirt and reusable drinking bottles at Palawan Green. at Palawan Green
5pm: Flag Off
6 – 8 pm: Collection of Picnic Goodies (1st come 1st serve basis). Speaker’s session by National Geographic’s 2017 Nature Photographer of the Year, Mr Jayaprakash Joghee Bojan
7.45pm: Movie Screening (Kallang Roar) at Palawan Green and F&B Offerings (BBQ food) at Palawan Green
With a 5pm flag-off, the Walk will bring participants through a different side of Sentosa and up close to hidden gems along the way. As the route unfolds, walkers can expect to be immersed in nature as the trail snakes through the Orchid Connection, Imbiah trail, and Tempinis Trail – with mesmerising photo- taking vistas for snapping all those photo-worthy memories!
Sentosa Fun Walk Route
Once that’s done, a whole array of fun-filled activities and mouthwatering food options await walkers at the Palawan Green finish line. The first 1,000 finishers will be eligible to redeem picnic goodies worth up to $20, while others can choose to indulge in delectable BBQ delights priced from $15 onwards.
While the food is being prepared, guests can choose to kick back with a movie (Kallang Roar) by the beach, or get in touch with their creative side by taking part in an upcycling workshop and other green activities conducted by National Geographic. Plus, photography enthusiasts can look forward to having their appetites fed through a showcase by National Geographic’s 2017 Nature Photographer of the Year, Mr Jayaprakash Joghee Bojan, as well as a free session to pick up photography tips from the maestro himself.
This information is based on the Sentosa Fun Walk Press Release.
To register for the Sentosa Fun Walk, simply head over to JustRunLah!
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