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Educational activities at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

Free of charge

Ways to learn more about the Reserve

Educational opportunities abound at the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. Choose from the following:

Educational resources

Curate your own educational journey through the Reserve with a range of resources.

Advisory for animal encounters: Find out what to do if you encounter wildlife during your visit.

Watch these videos to learn more about the Reserve and its plants and animals.

About the Reserve in generalIntroducing Sungei Buloh Nature Park Network: Find out more about the Reserve and its nature park network.
About birds
  • Migratory Bird Trail virtual tour: Go on a virtual journey to explore the Reserve's Migratory Bird Trail and learn about the Reserve's mangroves and inhabitants.
  • Shorebird migration: Learn about the migratory shorebirds that arrive at the Reserve to escape the harsh winters in the north.
  • Bird ringing at the Reserve: Find out how birds are ringed to gather data that is important for species and habitat conservation.
About mangrovesVirtual tour of mangrove forests: Explore one of Singapore's most extensive mangrove forests to find out how it is important in our fight against climate change.
About animals in generalCatch a glimpse of the wildlife found in Sungei Buloh through these animal cams.

Refer to NParks’ YouTube channel for more educational video resources.

Use these resources to identify interesting inhabitants of the Reserve, and understand the importance of conserving our natural heritage.

Read the Wetlands Newsletter, our annual publication with updates on the Reserve's wildlife and activities.

View all issues of the Wetlands Newsletter

These books and articles can give you a deeper understanding of the Reserve.

Activities for schools

Sign up for these structured educational programmes, organised in collaboration between NParks and our partners.

  • The SUN Club
    • Brings nature appreciation to students with special needs through tailor-made projects developed in consultation with special schools.
    • To organise a programme, email
  • The Sister Wetland Affiliations Programme (SWAP)
    • An inter-school collaboration that supports the conservation of wetlands and protection of migratory shorebirds.
    • For more information, email or call 6794 1401.
  • Young Naturalist Passport Camp
    • A one-day camp that takes students through worksheets, nature walks and other hands-on activities to learn about the wetlands and nature conservation issues.
    • Visit the events page to sign up for the programme.