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Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

Explore the wetlands and mangroves of Singapore’s first ASEAN Heritage Park, which is rich in biodiversity and serves as an important site for migratory birds.
Note:
Notices:
  1. Some areas of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve may be flooded due to higher tides and bad weather. For your safety, do not enter when the area is flooded. Refer to the notice for more information.

Location

Wetland Centre: 301 Neo Tiew Crescent, Singapore 718925

Park information

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Park size
202 hectares
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Opening hours
7am to 7pm (last entry: 6.30pm)
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Getting here
  • From Kranji MRT station, take bus 925 (Mondays to Saturdays) or 925M (Sundays and public holidays).
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Parking information

Free parking and bicycle racks are available at both the Visitor Centre and Wetland Centre.

  • Carpark at Visitor Centre: 112 car lots, 6 motorcycle lots, 3 lots for handicapped visitors and 5 bus lots
  • Carpark at Wetland Centre: 69 car lots, 10 motorcycle lots, 2 lots for handicapped visitors and 5 bus lots
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Pets not allowed
Nearby stations
  • Kranji MRT station
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Accessibility
Wheelchair accessible
  • Do not bring your pets (they are not allowed in the nature reserve to protect the wildlife).
  • Do not jog, cycle, skate, rollerblade, or use personal mobility devices or scooters.
  • Do not fly drones.
  • Do not fish or poach.
  • Do not make loud noises (such as by playing music through speakers).
  • Do not enter the Reserve during bad weather. Check the weather forecast before visiting, and seek cover at the nearest shelter during bad weather.
  • A permit is required for the following activities. Do submit the application at least 2 weeks in advance if you wish to do any of the following within the Reserve:
  • Do keep your distance from wildlife and take note of what you should do when you encounter them.
  • Find out more about the dos and don'ts and hiking etiquette you should follow when visiting the park.

What to see

Special features

Eagle Point
Eagle Point

At this lookout point, spot eagles and other raptors as they soar and hunt for prey above the sea.

Aerie Tower
Aerie Tower

Immerse in panoramic views of the Reserve from this 18m-high vantage point.

Mangrove boardwalk
Mangrove boardwalk

Explore the beauty of the mangrove forest and get close to its inhabitants without getting your feet muddy.

Kingfisher Pod
Kingfisher Pod

One of the 5 pods located along the Coastal Trail, this pod provides visitors with unobstructed views of the nature area and the sea.

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Junior Wetland
Junior Wetland

This rehabilitated freshwater pond is home to many plants and animals, and is a perfect spot to observe them.

Migratory Bird Trail
Migratory Bird Trail

Admire the beauty of migratory and resident birds, and get a closer look at some of the wetland inhabitants on this trail.

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Plant and animals

Monitor lizards
Monitor lizards

Keep your eyes peeled for the Malayan Water Monitor and rarer species such as the Clouded Monitor and Dumeril's Monitor.

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Estuarine Crocodile
Estuarine Crocodile

Look out for this apex predator, which can be seen basking on land or floating on the surface of the water.

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Smooth-coated Otter
Smooth-coated Otter

Usually spotted in pairs or small families, this animal is active both during the day and night and feeds mainly on fish.

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Resident birds
Resident birds

Admire the beauty of resident birds such as bulbuls, herons, egrets, kingfishers and sunbirds all year round.

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Migratory birds
Migratory birds

During migratory season from August to April, catch sight of flocks of Whimbrels, Common Greenshanks, Common Redshanks, Pacific Golden Plovers and more.

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Mangrove plants
Mangrove plants

Look out for plants such as the Api-api Putih, Mangrove Apple, Bakau Minyak, Bakau Putih and Sea Holly, some of which have roots protruding out of the soil.

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What to do

Activities:

Birdwatching

Birdwatching

Visit during August to April to view migratory waders, or look out for resident birds throughout the year.

Upcoming events

Habitat Enhancement at Lim Chu Kang Nature Park

WORKSHOP | RECURRING Free

Habitat Enhancement at Lim Chu Kang Nature Park
Sat, 22 Jun 2024
09:00AM - 11:00AM

Meeting point at bus bay drop off point @Visitor Centre Carpark, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

What's in my Mud?

GUIDED TOURS | RECURRING Free

What's in my Mud?
Sat, 29 Jun 2024
09:30AM - 11:00AM

Meet at Information Counter, Wetland Centre, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

Croc and Friends at Lookout Point

GUIDED TOURS | RECURRING Free

Croc and Friends at Lookout Point
Sat, 29 Jun 2024
10:00AM - 11:30AM

Meet at Lookout Point, Wetland Centre, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

Amenities

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