This wetland reserve is now a resting and feeding spot for migratory birds. But it also hosts a fantastic diversity of native fauna and flora. In the past, the area had several kampongs (villages) with the locals tending to vegetable and fruit tree plots. Many of these fruit trees and traditional herbs still survive and may be encountered along the trails. The people also constructed fish and prawn ponds in the mangroves. These are now used by the birds.
Of late, otters, civets & estuarine crocodiles have also made Sg. Buloh their home. Come see for yourselves!
Trails: Level dirt paths and boardwalks suitable for children, the elderly, disabled or participants using wheelchairs.
Pre-registration and more details with Celine Low at firstname.lastname@example.org giving participants' names, ages and a mobile no.
Cost: $13 per person (adult or child), excluding park entrance fees. Park entrance fee is $1 for adults, 50 cents for children Minimum 20 persons for walk to go ahead.
Website and contact: http://www.cicadatree.org.sg/