kms, 1-1.5 hours to walk, easy flat trail with hand holds and braille
notices for the visually impaired.
The trail was developed
in 1995 to allow the visually handicapped a chance to experience Ubin
using their senses of touch and smell. The project was undertaken
by the SAVE (Students Against Violating the Environment) club of Singapore
American School (SAS) and the Nature Society (Singapore) (NSS).
In 2000, the trail was formally adopted by the SAS (Singapore American
School) and SAVH (Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped)
under the National Parks Board's Adopt-a-Park Scheme.
There is also a small garden with fruit trees, spices and herbs for
cooking, plants used in traditional medicine and native plants of
the mangrove forest.
Sensory Trail at Pulau Ubin.