Run 47:00  7.4 km (6:21 / km)
Unlike my last three countries, I have been to Singapore before, but not since I was a teenager (other than airport transits), so didn't have a lot of steps to retrace. (I do recall going for a run - I'd just started training regularly then - through the Botanic Gardens). This time I headed up to MacRitchie Reservoir, partly to see some of the local forest, partly because it hosts Singapore's longest rainfall record (although I didn't see the site) - it's interesting to note that the three driest July-September periods on record there (2019, 1902, 1965) are also probably the three most severe drought years on record in northern NSW. (The Indian Ocean is the likely common thread, although we don't have much in the way of Indian Ocean observations in 1902).
I wasn't exactly the only person who had the idea of going for a run here - it must be school cross-country season because I saw quite a few school groups training. Nice setting and OK in the injuries department once warmed up, but the humidity caught up with me from about 35 minutes onwards; I'd originally had thoughts of trying to do the full circuit (about 11km) but settled for three-quarters of it. (This being Singapore, I knew I wouldn't have to wait too long for a bus along the road outside the park, even oin a Saturday morning). Slow, but I suspect the GPS was missing a bit in the rainforest sections.
Spent the rest of the day looking around Singapore, periodically going inside when the heat caught up with me, but still must have done a fair bit of walking because my phone registered 26km for the day (including the run). Now on the next stage, flying out to Geneva.