Lying right in the heart of Singapore, the Macritchie Reservoir neighborhood consists of more than the reservoir itself. Meanwhile, the Upper Seletar, Upper Pierce and Lower Pierce reservoir are also located here, making this neighborhood the largest central water catchment area. Water sports such as canoeing and kayaking are often held at the reservoirs, which serve as a train ground for competitions. Besides golf and cue sports, the Singapore Island Country Club -Singapore’s oldest and grandest- offers other sporting facilities such as a swimming pool and tennis courts. More amenities and equestrain activities can be enjoyed at the Singapore Polo Club nearby. The Macritchie Reservoir is right next to the club, offering attractions such as the HSBC Treetop Walk, boardwalks and trails that lead to Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. At the tip of the neighborhood along Mandai Lake Road, attractions include the iconic Singapore Zoo, Night Safari and a developing River Safari – the first in Asia.