Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Brace yourself for the unmatched tranquility, beauty and ambiance offered at the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Singapore’s first ASEAN heritage park. Unravel the wonders of nature as you navigate through this blissful wetland teeming with life. As you explore the forest of Sungei Buloh Wetland reserve, you will come across endless varieties of fauna and flora species.
Since it was opened in 1993, this amazing park has attracted a lot of nature lovers and fun-seekers in Singapore and other parts of the world.
This 202-hectare paradise was renamed and officially declared a Nature Reserve to reflect its status in 2002. Still, in that year, this breathtaking park came into the spotlight and was internationally recognized, as it was an important site for migratory birds. Because of this development, Wetlands International awarded it a certificate and cleared a path for it to formally join the East Asian Australasian Shorebird Site Network, which includes Japan’s Yatsu Tidal Flats, Australia’s Kakadu, and China’s Mai Po- Inner Deep Bay.
Initially, the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve measured 130 hectares. Its borders, which were gradually extended, now measures 202 hectares of greens, dense mangroves, bio diverse forest, and mudflats, thus providing an even larger shelter for the numerous varieties of plant and animal species who call it home.
Some of the highlights of this reserve are the new visitor’s center along the Kranji Way and some new trails that takes visitors towards the wonders of the forest.
Throughout the year
Visitors have a rear opportunity to explore and discover the native dwellers of this reserve like water snakes, otters, birds, monitor lizards, shellfish, and mudskippers. Prepare to be hypnotized by the beauty of the colorful kingfishers and sunbirds that reside in the park
Seasonal from September to March
Visitors frequent this park during the migratory season to get a glimpse of the different flocks of waders that visit the reserve.