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Birdwatching at Telok Blangah Hill Park

Free of Charge

Where to birdwatch

There are several vantage spots at Telok Blangah Hill Park to view the many species of birds.

Refer to the following to find out more about these locations.

Part of Telok Blangah Hill Park is the 1.3km-long Forest Walk, an elevated metal bridge that takes you through the forest canopy. Offering birdwatchers a unique vantage point, the Forest Walk is an easy, flat trail that takes you approximately 35 minutes to complete.

What to see

Rich in biodiversity, the Forest Walk is where you may spot birds such as the:

As you walk along the Forest Walk, you will enter the Singing Forest where you can find more than 200 bird-attracting trees that are native to our region.

What to see

You may see or hear birds such as the:

A birdwatching spot not to be missed during the migratory season is the Henderson Waves. Head over for clear views of the sky, and you might spot some mesmerising raptors (birds of prey) in transit.

Between September and April, you may be able to spot migratory birds from atop the bridge. October and November are when you might see raptors in the midst of heading south for their autumn migration. February to April is when you might see them heading back north towards their breeding grounds.

What to see

Some of the raptors that have been spotted from the unblocked views of Henderson Waves include: