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There is a 700m long barrier-free route between the Visitor Pavilion and Quarry Wetland for wheelchair users.
Transformed from the former Sin Seng Quarry, the wetland provides habitats for a variety of flora and fauna.
This nest-like structure in the Quarry Wetland offers visitors a place to observe wetland birds and animals up close.
This nocturnal mammal has an extensive skin membrane that extends from its neck to forelimbs, that acts as a wingsuit and allows it to glide for up to 200m.
The park is home to over 100 species of insects such as the Scarlet Skimmer, butterflies and spiders.
1 of 2 native monkey species, the Long-tailed Macaque is the most commonly seen in Singapore.
Whether from a cliff-top deck or a nest-like hide, the park offers many locations where visitors can spot some of Singapore's feathered friends.