Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve – An Ecological Gem with Rich Biodiversity


Step into the wild at Singapore’s first ASEAN Heritage Park, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, and unearth a world filled with rich biodiversity and natural beauty as you explore the ecological wetlands and an extensive mangrove forest. Officially opened in 1993, it was gazetted as a Nature Reserve in 2002. Join our guides for this rustic walking trail and see mudskippers, mud lobsters, monitor lizards, water snakes, crabs and others in their natural habitats. Admire the beauty of resident birds such as herons, kingfishers and sunbirds. During the bird migratory season (Sep-Mar), you may get to witness one of the great wonders of the natural world as these migratory birds from as far away as Siberia escape the cold on their way to warmer climes such as Australia.

This tour starts and ends at Kranji MRT station.

2-way transfers

Tour Timing:
9am – 1pm

Tour Meeting Point:
Kranji MRT station

Minimum 4 persons

S$90 per person – Group tour
S$400 per group – Private tour (maximum 5 persons per group)

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Covid-19 Safe Management Measures

  • A pre-tour briefing will be conducted and we will encourage tour participants to use the TraceTogether app/device.
  • Temperature-taking of all tour participants will be done before commencement of tour and any tour participants who appear feverish/unwell will not be allowed to join the tour.
  • The group will be separated into sub-groups of not more than 5 persons per sub-group.
  • Sub-groups will maintain a safe distance of at least 1m from each other, and no intermingling will be allowed.
  • Tour participants, guides and drivers will be required to wear protective face mask at all times during the tour.
  • To avoid speaking loudly and thereby reducing speech-generated droplets, the tour guide will use an audio tour guide system during the tour.
  • For tours with conveyance, tour participants are required to keep to the same seats throughout the tour and/or whilst commuting between destinations.
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve – An Ecological Gem with Rich Biodiversity