Here are some nature
events and activities that held weekly or monthly. Just because they
are regularly held doesn't mean they are boring the second time around.
Wild places have seasonal changes that make every visit fresh and
exciting! New animals are encountered, different plants are flowering.
Visits earlier in the day are also different from visits in the evening.
Those who regularly re-visit are often rewarded with special sights
and insights into the full splendour of our nature places.
To view these activities by location
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Buloh is more than birds. Guided
walks introduce you to the strange mangrove trees that stand
on stilts, crabs that climb trees, and fish that frolick out
of the water. Equally fascinating plants and animals inhabit
the freshwater wetlands. If you are lucky, you might spot the
family of otters that live at the Reserve, or the crocodile!
Timah Nature Reserve Guided walks take you along the short
South View trail for a quick introduction to the rainforest.
You will learn more about the amazing plant life in a rainforest
and how everything fits remarkably together. The trail goes
mostly uphill with steps cut into the ground. It is suitable
for reasonably fit adults and children, but not for those with
walking difficulties. more
Peirce Boardwalk A leisurely stroll along this 900m boardwalks
take you through the forest then along the edge of the Reservoir.
So you will encounter a wide range of wildlife from forest to
aquatic creatures. And enjoy wonderful panaromas of waters surrounding
by luxuriant forest. Shaded by the forest, the walk is pleasantly
Prunus Trail Enjoy
breath-taking views of the reservoir and the surrounding forests
on this boardwalk that hugs the reservoir. Explore freshwater
wildlife, take a closer look at plants include the intriguing
Ant plant (Macaranga sp.) and pitcher plants and learn
more about our forests. If you are lucky, you might spot the
White-breasted fish eagle, or kingfishers. Sometimes, the Flying
lemur (Colugo) fast asleep high up on a tree! more
Botanic Gardens Rainforest Trail
A fabulously easy introduction to a rainforest! Right in the
heart of the city, within minutes of Orchard Road, this is the
oldest remnant of rainforest in Singapore! A guided walk through
shady, paved paths introduces you to strangling figs, a tree
vital in fighting AIDs and other strange plants and animals.
Garden Tour, Singapore Botanic Gardens
Journey through time with our volunteer guides in this one-hour
tour. Bizarre plants, bubbling pools of hot lava and lots of
other things you wouldn't expect to see in a botanic garden!
Free painting with Pui San at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Usually held every last Sunday of the month, Pui San welcomes
artists of all ages or anyone who wants to learn. His objective
is to encourage creativity while enjoying nature at the same
time. Bring along your favourite drawing or painting supplies.
More about Pui San.