Enjoy a fun-filled afternoon at Singapore’s first ASEAN Heritage Park and learn more about the flora and fauna that call Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve home
First opened in 1993, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is one of four gazatted nature reserve in Singapore, and Singapore’s first ASEAN Heritage Park.
The reserve was recognized as a site of great importance due to its use as a resting point for migratory birds from as far as the Artic Circle.
Today, it has become a popular hotspot for birdwatchers and nature lovers, offering a glimpse into the local flora and fauna that call the wetland home.
From Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Visitor Centre, follow the recommended route to Eagle Point. Enjoy a panoramic view of the Straits of Johor.
From there, make your way to Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Wetland Centre (note this is not Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Visitor Centre).
Walk to Man Bird Observation Hide 1A for a view of the wetland. From there, make a loop around the wetland. Be sure to hike up the Aerie Tower for a 360-degree view of the wetland.
From there, make your way to Sungei Buloh Mud Experience to get upclose to some of the ‘muddy’ creatures such as the mudskipper and horsehoe crab.
Head to Kingfisher Point for a vantage view of the coast. This is also a popular spot for crocodile sighting.
Head back to the ending point, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Visitor Centre