This time we explore its rainforest via an extensive boardwalk. The larger wildlife that used to live here have long gone extinct, but we should bump into the smaller night critters and creepy-crawlies. Kids will use our bat detector to locate both insect and fruit eating bats. Three species of owls roost and nest here—the Spotted Wood-owl, Collared Scops-owl, and the Buffy Fish-owl which recently had a chick. It will be quite an experience to walk among giant rainforest trees at night! This walk ends back at our start point.
To reserve your place, please register by sending an email to Andrew Tay at email@example.com
Time: 6.30pm to 8.30pm
Location: Singapore Botanic Gardens (SBG)
Cost: $13 per person. Free for participants’ kids aged 6 yrs and below.
Meeting Point: We meet at 6.15pm at the clock tower inside the main lobby of the Visitors Centre building of SBG at Nassim Road.
PLEASE NOTE: DO NOT GO to the Botany Centre at Tanglin Gate, opposite Gleneagles Hospital.
Address: 1 Cluny Road, S(259569)
- Remember to bring a working torchlight with batteries, poncho/raincoat/umbrella, refillable water bottle, herbal mosquito repellent (eg: Moz-Away “Natural” from Guardian Pharmacy).
- Do eat something before coming.
- Please wear full-length long pants, teeshirt or long-sleeved cotton shirt, socks and fully covered shoes.