Dr Ho Hua Chew of the Nature Society (Singapore) leads this walk around this unique and quiet corner of Singapore, while it is still relatively undisturbed. This area is partially open with some huge trees. Expect to see a mix of parkland, open-country and forest birds such as babblers, bulbuls, doves, flowerpeckers, parakeets, sunbirds and woodpeckers.
This walk is open to the public
Venue: Meet at the entrance of the historic Bukit Brown Chinese Cemetery at Lorong Halwa. This is near the junction of Sime Road and Kheam Hock Road.
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