Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Great for birdwatching
What we say:
It wasn't until the late 1980s that local birdwatchers noticed this north-coast swamp was visited by hundreds of migrating species — some very endangered.
Sungei Buloh has since been recognised as an internationally important wetland and was made an ASEAN Heritage Park in 2003.
Kingfishers, herons, egrets and sunbirds are regularly sighted and the mangroves are also home to otters, crabs, monitor lizards and a few crocodiles.
Early mornings are the best time for birdwatching and free guided tours are offered Saturdays at 09:30. An admission charge of S$1 for adults and S$0.50 for children is collected on weekends.
More details301 Neo Tiew Cres
Opening Hours: Daily 07:00-19:00
Last updated: 11th October, 2011
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