Nature Ramble

Explore Singapore's Wild Places

Evoke your senses, discover natural green spaces, meet wildlife!

"It seems to me that the natural world is the greatest source of excitement; the greatest source of visual beauty; the greatest source of intellectual interest. It is the greatest source of so much in life that makes life worth living." - Sir David Attenborough

Pulau Ubin

Be transported back in time to 1960s Singapore as you embark on a bumboat to this rustic island. It feels like time stood still...
As you set foot on the island, you will immediately feel calm and relaxed, leaving behind the hectic pace of city life. The setting of the island brings back many childhood memories for me; running around the kampong (village). catching toads in streams to frighten adults, climbing trees to pluck fruits to eat, etc etc etc.
The island is a treasure trove of biodiversity and haven for many wildlife, because of the many natural habitats; estuarine and coastal mangroves, secondary and coastal forest, rocky and sandy shores, and intertidal zone.
If you are done exploring "City in a Garden", come discover "Kampong on an Island".

(kampong - village in Malay)

  • Duration: 3.5 hours

  • Meeting point: Changi Point Ferry Terminal @ Changi Village (Google Maps)

  • Group size: up to 15*

  • Group fee: S$300

  • Not included: bumboat $6/pax, Ubin mini van $6/pax

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

From September to March, wetland of Sungei Buloh is a resting and feeding site for migratory birds escaping the cold on their way to the warmer climes of Australia, with some having come as far away as Siberia. 
The rich mangrove is also home to many critters that loves the mud; Estuarine Crocodile, Smooth-coated Otters, Horseshoe Crabs, Mudskippers, etc.
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve became Singapore’s first ASEAN Heritage Park in 2003.

  • Duration: 3 hours

  • Meeting point: Sungei Buloh Wetland Centre @ 301 Neo Tiew Crescent (Google Maps)

  • Group size: up to 15*

  • Group fee: S$300

Southern Ridges

Starting on Mount Faber and ending at Labrador Park, come explore the lush hills and coast of Southern Singapore. Listen to the stories of Singapore's 200 years of history and the future developments of a new Waterfront City! Discover old plantations, critical endangered native trees, hidden wildlife and Dragon Tooth Gate!

  • Duration: 3 hours

  • Meeting point: Mount Faber Cable Car station

  • Group size: up to 15*

  • Group fee: S$300

* Additional licensed nature guide can be arranged for group size above 15 pax.

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