If you are a nature lover and want to explore its wonders, then the Sungei Buloh Nature Park is for you. Sungei Buloh Nature Park is the largest mangrove forest in Singapore, spread across 130 hectares. Migratory Birds, in large numbers, take a stop here during their long journey that was commenced from the cold lands of Siberia to avoid its chilling winters. Such is the importance of the park for these birds, that they have made the Sungei Buloh Nature Park their home of respite.
301 Neo Tiew Cres, Singapore 718925
Address: 301 Neo Tiew Cres, Singapore 718925
Tel: +65 793 7377
MRT: For coming here get down at Kranji Station, then take a private bus called as a Kranji Express.
Bus: 925 no. bus will take you to The Nature Park.
Taxi: This area is far from city centre. You can book a taxi according to your convenience.
The place was officially opened in December 1993 with the efforts of the Malayan Nature Society, aimed at making constant efforts to conserve the area.
From September to March, visitors can see a variety of migratory birds like Marsh Sandpiper, Himalayan Swiftlet in this wetland of Sungei Buloh Nature Park. The park has a Visitor Centre, a mangrove walkway area, ponds, mid-canopy walk, coastal boardwalk and forest trail, and a Junior Adventure Park for children.
Singapore had large mangroves in the past, but they lost their space to coastal development. This Nature Park is one of them. Sungei Buloh Nature Park saved the nature in its lap.
The visitor centre is a place where people can explore the nature through multimedia games, live camera that give live footage from various spots of the park, the exhibit of the park, and interact with other students which in turn can help them to explore nature.
Forest trails give a chance to know the nature, plants, and wildlife up close. Through the Coastal Boardwalk, get exposed to the views of kranji waterfront. In this vicinity, you will witness many birds feeding and hunting.
One can get to see jellyfishes, eels etc. during low tide. One must possess patience while exploring the park. You can witness rare birds and animals, if you look closely and attentively. One can have an experience of a lifetime at the Sungei Buloh Nature Park.
There are five observation pods located at various spots around the wetland area where you can explore the view of the forest and capture the scenery in your camera. You can catch glimpses of dragonflies at the butterfly pod. Mud Experience should not be missed, this is an enjoyable experience. However, one must note that, the Sungei Buloh Nature Park is only accessible during low tides.
There are some interesting places for children at the park like the junior adventure trail. The main attraction of this park is the Migratory Bird Trail. During September to March the migratory birds come and stay here.
One can observe different species of birds that migrate all the way from Russia and Australia. The Wetland Reserve provides free guided walks that are available in different languages.