Open to the public but priority for Nature Society (Singapore) members
Pulau Ubin is really an island of two halves. Two rivers separate the east and west – Sungei Jelutong flows in from the south, meeting the northern Sungei Besar at a drinks stall. Healthy mangroves of various species thrive. At some sections, the river narrows and the trees close in, creating a natural canopy of arching branches. Numerous species of birds – kingfishers, hornbills, eagles etc – can be spotted at this mazy waterway. Reptiles like monitor lizards and snakes go about their way.
More details on the NSS website.
Time : 7.30am - 12.30pm
Location : Details will be emailed upon successful registration and payment.
Contact: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 6741 2036.