S’pore got mangroves, meh?
Hmmh….this is quite a common question asked by many Singaporeans and the answer is YES!
Where can we find them in Singapore? Refer to map below.
Highlighted areas in yellow boxes refer to mangroves with public access. Currently there are
four five (new Berlayar Creek, Labrador Park) mainland and one off-shore mangrove area that are accessible to the public by boardwalks and/or guided routes.
1. Sungei Buloh Wetlands Reserve
(HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR FIRST-TIME VISITORS TO A MANGROVE),
|Opening Hours||Monday – Saturday: 7.30am to 7.00pmSundays & Public Holidays: 7.00am to 7.00pm|
|Admission||Free entry (except on Saturdays, Sundays, Public Holidays and School Holidays- $1.00 per adult, $0.50 per child / student / senior citizen)|
|Featured Events||FREE guided walks
|General Information||Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve301 Neo Tiew Crescent Singapore 718925 Tel: 6794 1401Website: click here|
2. Pasir Ris Park (ALSO RECOMMENDED FOR FIRST-TIME VISITORS )
- 6-hectare mangrove forest within Pasir Ris Park.
|Opening Hours||24 Hours, 7 days a week. Boardwalk and park lighted up from 7.00am to 7.00pm|
|Admission||Free- self guided.DIY guideprovided by NParks.Worksheets provided by St. Gabriel’s Secondary School available herePaid- guided. Every third Saturday of the month at 9am. $4 per person Please meet at Carpark C. & please email Lili at email@example.com. for further queries.|
a 3-storey high bird watching Tower in the park, where birdwatchers will be able to see birds perching on tree branches.
|Getting there||Located at Pasir Ris Road off Elias Road.You can alight from Pasir Ris Bus Interchange or Pasir Ris MRT Stationand walk to the park or board bus 403 (5 mins jounrey)from the terminal
|General Information||Website: click here|