Welcome as review the Ulu Sembawang Park Connector – a park connector that connects Woodlands and Mandai. This PCN offers a great misty view of sunrise. This park connector is the common access route for cyclists and hikers. Most cyclists riding mountain bikes use this connector to go to Mandai T15 nature trail park. Also, it is a good place for a short leisure walk while enjoying the view of nature. Follow us as we explore Ulu Sembawang Park Connector.

Ulu Sembawang Park Connector


The Park Connector is located along the Seletar Expressway (SLE) and ends at Mandai road. This park connector is accessible at any time of the day, but there is no lighting provided in this area during at night.


Woodlands SLE Park Connecotr
How To Go To Ulu Sembawang Park Connector

The easiest way on how to go to Ulu Sembawang Park Connector is via Woodlands South Station.

Alight at Woodlands MRT Interchange and change to Thomson East Coast Line then 1 (one) station after alight at Woodlands South. Take Exit 1, walk along Woodlands Avenue 1 for about 5 minutes. Turn right along Woodlands Avenue 12 following the Woodlands PCN then cross underneath the SLE highway.

Bus Stop After Jalan Ulu Sembawang

Alternatively visitors may take the Bus no. 138 or 171 and alight at Aft Jln Ulu Sembawang bus stop and walk for about 20m to enter the entrance of Ulu Sembawang Park Connector along the Mandai Road.

Ulu Sembawang PCN Parking Area

At the end of the Lor Lada Hitam, visitor can park their vehicles. Lor Lada Hitam can be access by Mandai road.


Map of Ulu Sembawang Park Connector


Park Connector Sign To SLE Woodlands PCNE

The sign that leads to Ulu Sembawang PCN before crossing the SLE road.

Slow Down Sign Ulu Sembawang Park Connector

The park connector has a distance of around 1.3 km of track pavement consisting of flat and hilly roads.

Access Path of Park Connector of Ulu Semwbawang

The flat surface along the Ulu Sembawang PC.

Clear Path on way access Ulu Sembawang Park Connector

The park connector has a distance of around 1.3 km of track pavement consisting of flat and hilly roads. It is a common access route for cyclists and hikers visiting the Mandai Trail. Inside this park connector, there is a small hut for you to rest and take shelter. If you are intending to visit at night, do note that there are no lamp posts along with this park connector. So visitors must need to bring their headlamp or flashlight.

Long Acess Path of Park Connector

The park connector map leads to the road of Mandai Park Connector.

Sunrise At Ulu Sembawang Park Connector

Recently there are several visitors to this park connector due to the magnificent view of the sunrise. If you are lucky enough and the weather permits the view of the sunrise is wonderful. In order to reach the good spot, visitors just need to walk for about 1km from the main road. Then on the nearby open space, visitors get ready as the rises up in the morning.

Shelter Along Ulu Sembawang PC

Inside this park connector, there is a small hut for you to rest and take shelter.

Forest with Trees along Ulu Sembawang PCN

The park connector is surrounded by lush green shrubs and trees. Walking along this road can be cooling and refreshing.

Entry from Mandai Road Park Connector

The end of the park connector, which connects to Mandai Park Connector.

Mandai Road At End of Ulu Sembawang PCN

Mandai Road connects to Lower Seletar Reservoir Park and Mandai T15 trail.


Ulu Sembawang Park Connector

After passing by the park connector, I must say that it is easy way access to the nearby parks. Ulu Sembawang Park Connector provides a path for explorers who wants to visit Mandai T15 trail, Upper Seletar Reservoir, Springleaf Nature Park, and up until Lower Seletar Reservoir. For most cyclists having an off-road bicycle, this park connector gives them a shortcut to access the T15 trail at Mandai Road. It was worth passing by through this park connector we can enjoy a good vantage point in checking the sunrise. Hopefully, we have provided the guide to Ulu Sembawang Park Connector, next time your visit the Sembawang area, you may consider heading into this park connector. We recommend that you will come early to witness the captivating view of sunrise and experience the cool breeze of nature.


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A wife and a mother of three toddlers | Previously working as customer service executive in a logistics supply chain | working at home mom. But in spite of this added responsibilities I still find time to travel and explore together with my family.

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