In line with the Ministry of Health’s (MOH) latest advisory to minimise further spread of COVID-19, playgrounds/nature playgardens, fishing areas, fitness corners/stations, football fields, basketball/volleyball court facilities, dog runs and water play/water recreational facilities are closed until 4 May. While parks and gardens remain open during this period for the public to exercise, gathering in groups in parks is not permitted
During your stay in Singapore, one of the scenic places to be is in the Sungei Reserve. Its captivating wildlife location is the perfect place to spend a day in the outdoors.
Sungei Buloh was opened as a Nature Park in 1993 and 130 hectares were officially gazetted in 2002 as a Nature Reserve.
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Map Singapore – Entrance Fee
The Sandpiper, Marsh Sandpiper and Cinnamon Bittern are just some of the many captivating birds to view whilst in the reserve. The reserve was identified by Bird Life International as part of Kranji-Mandai Important Birds Area as it serves as a breeding area for the Chinese Egrets and Terns.
Tourists and students visiting the reserve will get the chance to see the Smooth-coated Otters up close together with the whistling duck. For the lucky travellers to Singapore, visit Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve and experience the wonders of nature, lush green vegetation and symbiotic connections between the flora and fauna in the area.
Get to the park via the Kranji Express. It operates daily from Kranji MRT Station starting at 8.30am and finishing at 5.45pm. Parking lots are also available near both entrances.