Join the Nature Society (Singapore) for a birdwatching walk around this special corner of Singapore and find out for yourself why it is worth conserving this historical and natural treasure trove! This walk is free of charge.
The Bukit Brown area is about 233 hectares in extent, bordered by Lornie Road, Lower Thomson Road and the Pan-Island Expressway. It lies just to the south of the Central Catchment Forest, being separated from it by Lornie Road and includes one of Singapore's oldest Chinese cemetery. With 100,000 graves, Bukit Brown is also one of the largest Chinese cemeteries outside of China.
The area is generally undulating, consisting of hillocks and small valleys.
More about Bukit Brown on the Nature Society (Singapore) website.
Venue: Meet at Cemetery Gate: detailed directions and photos at http://leonefabre.blogspot.com/2011/07/walk-thru-bukit-brown.html
Cost: Free of charge, donations are welcome.
Website and contact: http://www.nss.org.sg/