If your 2019 resolutions include more exercise and travel, why not kill two birds with one stone by embarking on a hiking adventure? Hiking is a relatively easy and risk-free activity, making it a great activity for the whole family. Furthermore, hiking is gaining popularity among Singaporeans, with around 50% stating that they wanted to walk or hike more during their travels in 2018. Below, we analysed the cost of some of the top hiking spots that are deserving to be on any travellers bucket list and tips on how to save.

For Budget Hikers: South Korea, Indonesia & Thailand

Located relatively in Singapore’s backyard, hiking destinations such as Seoraksan National Park, Doi Luang Chiang Dao and Mt. Rinjani can be good options for Singaporeans on a budget. The farthest site is Seoraksan National Park in South Korea. It offers one day and multi-day hikes for hikers