with the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research
tour introduces you to the landfill operations and how the landfill
was constructed so that some of the natural shores were preserved.
A walk along the intertidal shores introduces you to one of the largest
natural mangroves, seagrass lagoons and coral reefs on our Southern
shores. More about Pulau Semakau and posters
of what you can see at Semakau.
Vast shore ringed by mangroves
Exploring what is probably the largest seagrass meadows in
Checking out the reef edge
at Pulau Semakau
with The Sport Fishing Association of Singapore at firstname.lastname@example.org
Birdwatching with The Nature Society (Singapore) email@example.com
Depends on low
necessarily on a weekend.
tour including a slide-show and bus tour of the landfill
operations, and walking tour on the intertidal shores.
muddy trek through mosquito-infested forest, not suitable
for young children or very old people.
details on the RMBR
Museum of Biodiversity Research, Ms Wang Luan Keng firstname.lastname@example.org
for a trip
tips for visiting the shores
other standard preps
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