Find the excellence and marvels of nature at Singapore's first ASEAN Heritage Park. Reveal a world loaded with rich biodiversity as you meander through the wetlands with a broad mangrove timberland of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.
Sungei Buloh was initially opened as a Nature Park in 1993. In 2002, 130 hectares were formally gazetted as a Nature Reserve and renamed Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve to better mirror its status. Around the same time, it was perceived as a site of global significance for transient winged animals and granted a declaration by Wetlands International, denoting the save's formal passage into the East Asian Australasian Shorebird Site Network, which incorporates Australia's Kakadu National Park, China's Mai Po – Inner Deep Bay and Japan's Yatsu Tidal Flats. What's more, in 2003, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve turned into Singapore's first ASEAN Heritage Park.
From that point forward Sungei Buloh has extended to incorporate 202ha of mangroves, mudflats, lakes and timberlands, giving a significantly bigger asylum to the greenery that call it home. This incorporates the freshest augmentation that houses a shiny new Visitor Center and new trails for guests to investigate and appreciate. This new expansion is arranged along Kranji Way, and is effectively available by open transport, conveying Sungei Buloh much nearer to people in general.
Consistently: Trek through this environmental gem's many trails and find its local tenants, for example, mudskippers, crabs, shellfish, water snakes, flying creatures, insects, screen reptiles and otters. Appreciate the excellence of inhabitant fowls, for example, herons, kingfishers and sunbirds.
Regular from September to March: During the transient season, notice the various herds of shorebirds or waders including plovers and sandpipers.