29 Jul (Sun): Istana Nature Guided Walk

Sign up for the Nature Guided Walk during the Istana Open House. This guided walk is a collaboration between the President’s Office and the National Parks Board (NParks), which will showcase the Istana’s flora, fauna and biodiversity.
The guided walk starts from 10am to 4pm, and is conducted hourly. Please look out for signs on the Istana grounds to find out where you can register for the guided walk.

More details about the Istana Open House on the NParks website and the Istana website.

Time: 10am to 4pm every hour.
Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

28 Jul (Sat): Free Heritage Tree Tour at Sentosa Nature Discovery

Did you know Sentosa is home to more than 25 carefully-conserved heritage trees?
Come and join us for a FREE Nature Heritage Tree Tour happening every last Saturday of the month! Perfect for families who wants to spend quality time together and have fun learning!

Register and find out more by emailing nature@sentosa.com.sg

Time: 10am - 11am
Venue: Sentosa Nature Discovery, Imbiah Lookout
Website: https://www.sentosa.com.sg/State-Specials/Events/Free-Heritage-Tree-Tour-at-Sentosa-Nature-Discovery

28 Jul (Sat): What's in my mangroves?

Join us for a FREE guided walk of this unique mangrove wetlands located at the border of freshwater (river) and salt water (sea). Singapore used to have large areas of mangroves, but lost most of them to coastal development. Few mangroves are left in Singapore, one of which is at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve: Mangrove boardwalk
Join this free morning walk and get to know the mangrove trees and plants of Sungei Buloh.

More details and registration on the NParks website

Time: 9.30am - 11am
Venue: Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Visitor Centre. Please meet at the Information Counter, Kranji Way entrance
Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

21 Jul (Sat): What's in my mangroves?

Join us for a FREE guided walk of this unique mangrove wetlands located at the border of freshwater (river) and salt water (sea). Singapore used to have large areas of mangroves, but lost most of them to coastal development. Few mangroves are left in Singapore, one of which is at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve: Mangrove boardwalk
Join this free morning walk and get to know the mangrove trees and plants of Sungei Buloh.

More details and registration on the NParks website

Time: 9.30am - 11am
Venue: Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Visitor Centre. Please meet at the Information Counter, Kranji Way entrance
Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

21 Jul (Sat): Nature Sketching in the Gardens with Pui San

Enjoy nature creatively through this engaging, fun and therapeutic activity. Join our volunteer artist, Mr Tham Pui San, as he teaches and guides you in acquiring drawing and observation skills to equip you for an interesting journey of nature appreciation.
This event is held every third Saturday of every alternate month

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 9am - 11am
Venue: Singapore Botanic Gardens
Website: http://www.sbg.org.sg/

21 Jul (Sat): A walk with your neighbours - the macaques of Bukit Timah

The long-tailed macaques are the most conspicuous animals at Bukit Timah. Although commonly seen, they are very misunderstood. Few seeing them realise anything about the social world these monkeys live in. They have kin networks, power struggles, friends, foes, and an otherwise complex social network. In many ways, they provide a mirror of our own sociality.
If you would like to learn more about your community and the interesting world of your neighbouring macaques at Macritchie, please join our free walk, led by experts from the Jane Goodall Institute Singapore.

Suitable for adults and children above 8 years.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 5pm - 6.30pm
Venue: Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, BTNR Visitor Centre's Front Courtyard, Visitor Centre Front Courtyard
Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

18 Jul (Wed): Sisters Islands Marine Park intertidal walk

The intertidal area at Sisters’ Islands Marine Park is most suitable for visiting during low tides of 0.4 metres and below. This is when you will be able to see the shore teeming with marine life as the area will be submerged under water at higher tides.
Nature guides will be on hand to bring you on a tour to experience the Marine Park’s amazing biodiversity. These guided walks are conducted free of charge bi-monthly. Each guided walk session is open to a maximum of 45 people.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

14 Jul (Sat): A walk with your neighbours: The macaques of Lower Peirce

The long-tailed macaques are the most conspicuous animals at Lower Peirce Reservoir Park. Although commonly seen, they are very misunderstood. Few seeing them realise anything about the social world these monkeys live in. They have kin networks, power struggles, friends, foes, and an otherwise complex social network. In many ways, they provide a mirror of our own society.
If you would like to learn more about your community and the interesting world of your neighbouring macaques at Lower Peirce, please join our walk which is led by experts from the Jane Goodall Institute Singapore.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 5pm - 6.30pm
Venue: Lower Peirce Trail, Hevea Trail Entrance
Website: https://www.nparks.gov.sg/

14 Jul (Sat): Evening Chorus at Kranji Marshes

Join this free walk for an introduction to the unique nature area and the species which are living in its marsh, woodland and grass habitats.
The walk will also guide participants through the core conservation area, which is not usually opened to the public, as it is ecologically sensitive. Led by NParks volunteers The approximately 3 km guided walk will take visitors on a two-hour journey.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 4.30pm - 6.30pm
Meeting point: Kranji Gate, 11 Neo Tiew Lane 2
Website: https://www.nparks.gov.sg/

14 Jul (Sat): What's in my mangroves?

Join us for a FREE guided walk of this unique mangrove wetlands located at the border of freshwater (river) and salt water (sea). Singapore used to have large areas of mangroves, but lost most of them to coastal development. Few mangroves are left in Singapore, one of which is at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve: Mangrove boardwalk
Join this free morning walk and get to know the mangrove trees and plants of Sungei Buloh.

More details and registration on the NParks website

Time: 9.30am - 11am
Venue: Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Visitor Centre. Please meet at the Information Counter, Kranji Way entrance
Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

14 Jul (Sat): Green Corridor Ramble

Nature Society (Singapore) members only

Led by P Pandian and Sutari Supari, we will ramble along the Green Corridor from Kranji MRT station to Upper Bukit Timah’s Rail Mall. Join us to enjoy the glorious nature enroute, with bird songs, swaying trees, interesting insects, butterflies and dragonflies. This 10-km walk will take us through former fruit orchards and kampongs.

Not suitable for children below 12 years old.

More details and registration on the NSS website.

7 Jul (Sat): A walk with your neighbours: The macaques of MacRitchie

The long-tailed macaques are the most conspicuous animals at MacRitchie Reservoir Park. Although commonly seen, they are very misunderstood. Few seeing them realise anything about the social world these monkeys live in. They have kin networks, power struggles, friends, foes, and an otherwise complex social network. In many ways, they provide a mirror of our own society.
If you would like to learn more about your community and the interesting world of your neighbouring macaques at Lower Peirce, please join our FREE walk which is led by experts from the Jane Goodall Institute Singapore.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 5pm - 6.30pm
Venue: Macritchie Reservoir Park, Mushroom Cafe
Website: https://www.nparks.gov.sg/

7 Jul (Sat): What's in my mangroves?

Join us for a FREE guided walk of this unique mangrove wetlands located at the border of freshwater (river) and salt water (sea). Singapore used to have large areas of mangroves, but lost most of them to coastal development. Few mangroves are left in Singapore, one of which is at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve: Mangrove boardwalk
Join this free morning walk and get to know the mangrove trees and plants of Sungei Buloh.

More details and registration on the NParks website

Time: 9.30am - 11am
Venue: Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Visitor Centre. Please meet at the Information Counter, Kranji Way entrance
Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

4 Jul (Wed): Chek Jawa intertidal walk

Join the NParks volunteers for a tour to discover and learn about Chek Jawa's six ecosystems and the diverse array of animals that inhabits these unique habitats.
Journey through the Chek Jawa Visitor Centre, 1.1km long boardwalk, Jejawi viewing tower and sandbar with experienced guides.

Open to all ages, children under the age of 13 to be under parental/guardian guidance. More details and registration on the NParks website'waitlist' will appear once event is fully booked.

Time: 8am - 10am
Venue: Pulau Ubin, Open Lawn (Chek Jawa Visitor Centre). More on how to get to Pulau Ubin and to Chek Jawa.
Cost: $60 per group (for a maximum of 15 people)
Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

2 Jul (Mon): Sisters Islands Marine Park intertidal walk

The intertidal area at Sisters’ Islands Marine Park is most suitable for visiting during low tides of 0.4 metres and below. This is when you will be able to see the shore teeming with marine life as the area will be submerged under water at higher tides.
Nature guides will be on hand to bring you on a tour to experience the Marine Park’s amazing biodiversity. These guided walks are conducted free of charge bi-monthly. Each guided walk session is open to a maximum of 45 people.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

30 Jun (Sat): What's in my mud?

The mud at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is a key habitat for the plants and animals. This unique habitat is full of surprises!
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve: Mud Experience
Get close and personal to the mud and observe the rich biodiversity; critical to the ecosystem at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. Join us for an interesting free guided walk featuring our lesser known creatures of the mudflats in Sungei Buloh.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 9.30am - 11am
Venue: Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Wetland Centre, meet at the Information Counter.
Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

29 Jun (Sat): Free Heritage Tree Tour at Sentosa Nature Discovery

Did you know Sentosa is home to more than 25 carefully-conserved heritage trees?
Come and join us for a FREE Nature Heritage Tree Tour happening every last Saturday of the month! Perfect for families who wants to spend quality time together and have fun learning!

Register and find out more by emailing nature@sentosa.com.sg

Time: 10am - 11am
Venue: Sentosa Nature Discovery, Imbiah Lookout
Website: https://www.sentosa.com.sg/State-Specials/Events/Free-Heritage-Tree-Tour-at-Sentosa-Nature-Discovery

24 Jun (Sun): FREE Guided Walk of Ubin Mangroves

Specially for Pesta Ubin, FREE walking tour of Ubin's mangroves near Ubin Town. Learn more about the Restore Ubin Mangroves (R.U.M.) Initiative, an exciting ground-up community effort to restore mangroves at abandoned aquaculture ponds on Pulau Ubin.
Free mangrove walk with Restore Ubin Mangroves (R.U.M.) Initiative
Suitable for kids and the family. And those who want to learn more about Ubin mangroves and have a glimpse of Ubin kampung life.

FREE, no registration required. More details and updates on the Pesta Ubin blog.

24 Jun (Sun): Birdwatching at Pulau Ubin for Pesta Ubin

Open to the Public - Registration Needed

Specially for Pesta Ubin, meet guides from the Bird Group at 7.30 am in front of Ubin Jetty next to the big map for a three-hour walk through the Ubin countryside. We will look out for island specialities including the Oriental Pied Hornbill, Red Junglefowl, White-rumped Shama and the globally-endangered Straw-headed Bulbul.

More details and registration on the NSS website.

Time: 7.30am to 10.30am
Website: http://www.nss.org.sg/
Contact: email contact@nss.org.sg or call 6741 2036.

24 Jun (Sun): Art in the Park at Pulau Ubin for Pesta Ubin

Open to the Public - Registration Needed

Specially for Pesta Ubin, join artist Alpana Ahuja for a fun and casual site drawing and painting session at Pulau Ubin. Meet fellow nature art lovers to observe and capture Ubin's landscape and biodiversity in a variety of mediums, from paint to ink and pencil.

More details and registration on the NSS website.

Time: 8am to 10.30am
Website: http://www.nss.org.sg/
Contact: email contact@nss.org.sg or call 6741 2036.

24 Jun (Sun): Plant walk at Pulau Ubin Sensory Trail

Open to the Public - Registration Needed

Specially for Pesta Ubin, join the Plant Group on a botanical tour of the Sensory Trail in Pulau Ubin. We will meet at the Environmental Hub near Ubin Jetty.

More details and registration on the NSS website.

Time: 10am - 11.30am
Website: http://www.nss.org.sg/
Contact: email contact@nss.org.sg or call 6741 2036.

24 Jun (Sun): Coastal Clean-up at Kranji Mudflats

Open to the Public - Registration Needed

Join us in cleaning up Kranji Mudflats to benefit the wildlife that thrives there. Designated an Important Bird and Biodiversity Area, this stretch of coastline is a key habitat for horseshoe crabs and an important feeding site for wading birds.

More details and registration on the NSS website.

Time: 1pm to 3pm
Website: http://www.nss.org.sg/
Contact: email contact@nss.org.sg or call 6741 2036.

24 Jun (Sun): Ubin Day

The Grand Finale of Pesta Ubin! Come to the Assembly Area for activities by passionate Ubin interest groups, kids activities and more!
Ubin Day 2017
Photo by Minister Desmond Lee.


Time: 9am - 4pm
Venue: Assembly Area (map) and all around Ubin.

No charge, the activities are free!
No registration required.

23 Jun (Sat): A walk with your neighbours - the macaques of Bukit Timah

The long-tailed macaques are the most conspicuous animals at Bukit Timah. Although commonly seen, they are very misunderstood. Few seeing them realise anything about the social world these monkeys live in. They have kin networks, power struggles, friends, foes, and an otherwise complex social network. In many ways, they provide a mirror of our own sociality.
If you would like to learn more about your community and the interesting world of your neighbouring macaques at Macritchie, please join our free walk, led by experts from the Jane Goodall Institute Singapore.

Suitable for adults and children above 8 years.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 5pm - 6.30pm
Venue: Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, BTNR Visitor Centre's Front Courtyard, Visitor Centre Front Courtyard
Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

23 Jun (Sat): Nature Appreciation Walk at Windsor Nature Park

Ideally situated at the perimeter of Central Catchment Nature Reserve, the 75-hectare Windsor Nature Park is the gateway to the rich biodiversity of the largest nature reserve in Singapore. The nature park was developed as a green buffer to help reduce visitorship pressures and man-made disturbances currently experienced by the nature reserve
Through this guided walk, you will gain a greater appreciation of Singapore’s rich natural heritage and the need to protect it for future generations. Come join us and discover the importance of Windsor Nature Park as a buffer to the Central Catchment Nature Reserve.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 9.30am - 10.30am
Venue: Meet at Windsor Nature Park Pavilion
Website: https://www.nparks.gov.sg/

23 Jun (Sat): Ecolife Tour at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

This family tour introduces Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park and its biodiversity through the use of interactive exploration themes and activities. Have fun working together to answer worksheets, conduct surveys and photo hunts, among other activities.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 9am -11am
Meeting point: Bishan- Ang Mo Kio Park Promenade
Contact: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

23 Jun (Sat): Ecolife at Coney Island

Join volunteer guides on this FREE walk to find out more and learn more about the interesting flora and fauna found on the island.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 9 - 11am
Venue: Coney Island Park, West Entrance
Website: https://www.nparks.gov.sg/

23 Jun (Sat): UBiNavigate 2.0 with Outward Bound Singapore

Specially for Pesta Ubin. Get away from the buzz of our concrete jungle to Singapore's rustic island, Pulau Ubin with your family! Join this free activity to learn basic navigation skills to explore what Nature has to offer. You can also join us as a volunteer!



Time: 8 am - 2 pm
Venue: Pulau Ubin Jetty
Cost: Free!
Website: www.instagram.com/ubinavigate(Instagram) www.facebook.com/ubinavigate(Facebook)

To register as a participant: http://tinyurl.com/ubinavigate2 (closes on 18 June 2018).
To register as a volunteer: http://tinyurl.com/navigatevolunteer (closes on 31 May 2018).

23 Jun (Sat): What's in my water?

What's that swimming in the water? A fish, a worm, an insect or a crocodile!? Join us for an interesting morning walk getting to know the creatures and plants that lives in and around the water edges of Sungei Buloh.
Estuarine crocodile (Crocodylus porosus)

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 9.30am - 11am
Venue: Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Visitor Centre. Please meet at Information Counter, Visitor Centre (Kranji Way entrance)
Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

23 Jun (Sat): NSS Kids’ Fun with Night Creatures at Bukit Batok Nature Park

Open to the Public - Registration Needed

Nocturnal creatures come alive as soon as they feel the protection of darkness. Join us to check out the teeming night life at Bukit Batok Nature Park where we hope to see colugos, civets, bats, owls, nightjars, snakes, frogs, crabs, insects and more.

For children (4 to 12 years old)

More details and registration on the NSS website.

Time: 7.30pm to 9.30pm
Cost: NSS Member: $2 per child, Non-Member: $10 per child. Fees will be collected on the spot. Parents, caregivers and older siblings are encouraged to join in at no charge.
Website: http://www.nss.org.sg/
Contact: email contact@nss.org.sg or call 6741 2036.

22 Jun (Fri): "The Untold Story of Sungei Tampines" Talk and Video Screening (Part 2)

Open to the Public

Join NSS member Kwan Hun for part two of the screening and discussion of his nature documentary focusing on the mangroves and seashore of Pasir Ris Park. The video showcases a range of animal behaviour ranging from herons to monitor lizards, tree-climbing crabs and mudskippers. One never-been-filmed-before highlight is the migration of the bristle worm. The discussion will focus on the practice and consequence of feeding wildlife.

More details and registration on the NSS website.

Time: 7.30pm to 9pm
Venue: NSS Office, 510 Geylang Road, #02-05, The Sunflower, Singapore 389466
Website: http://www.nss.org.sg/
Contact: email contact@nss.org.sg or call 6741 2036.

21 Jun (Thu): Plants and Their Uses - Ecogarden tour for kids

Plants play a key role in our lives. Come explore our EcoGarden where opportunities to study, smell and feel selected living specimens will be provided! Special emphasis will be placed on how these plants are useful to humans.

Suitable for children in K1 – P6 Levels

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 10am - 11am
Venue: Singapore Botanic Gardens, Visitor Services Desk at Jacob Ballas Childrens Garden
Cost: $6 per child and $6 per accompanying adult
Website: https://www.nparks.gov.sg/

20 Jun (Wed): Chek Jawa intertidal walk

Join the NParks volunteers for a tour to discover and learn about Chek Jawa's six ecosystems and the diverse array of animals that inhabits these unique habitats.
Journey through the Chek Jawa Visitor Centre, 1.1km long boardwalk, Jejawi viewing tower and sandbar with experienced guides.

Open to all ages, children under the age of 13 to be under parental/guardian guidance. More details and registration on the NParks website'waitlist' will appear once event is fully booked.

Time: 9am - 11am
Venue: Pulau Ubin, Open Lawn (Chek Jawa Visitor Centre). More on how to get to Pulau Ubin and to Chek Jawa.
Cost: $60 per group (for a maximum of 15 people)
Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

19 Jun (Tue): Chek Jawa intertidal walk

Join the NParks volunteers for a tour to discover and learn about Chek Jawa's six ecosystems and the diverse array of animals that inhabits these unique habitats.
Journey through the Chek Jawa Visitor Centre, 1.1km long boardwalk, Jejawi viewing tower and sandbar with experienced guides.

Open to all ages, children under the age of 13 to be under parental/guardian guidance. More details and registration on the NParks website'waitlist' will appear once event is fully booked.

Time: 9am - 11am
Venue: Pulau Ubin, Open Lawn (Chek Jawa Visitor Centre). More on how to get to Pulau Ubin and to Chek Jawa.
Cost: $60 per group (for a maximum of 15 people)
Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

19 Jun (Tue): Sisters Islands Marine Park intertidal walk

Update on 19 May: Big Sisters Island: intertidal walks suspended, some beaches closed, may resume end June 2018, More details.
The intertidal area at Sisters’ Islands Marine Park is most suitable for visiting during low tides of 0.4 metres and below. This is when you will be able to see the shore teeming with marine life as the area will be submerged under water at higher tides.
Nature guides will be on hand to bring you on a tour to experience the Marine Park’s amazing biodiversity. These guided walks are conducted free of charge bi-monthly. Each guided walk session is open to a maximum of 45 people.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

18 Jun (Mon): Sisters Islands Marine Park intertidal walk

Update on 19 May: Big Sisters Island: intertidal walks suspended, some beaches closed, may resume end June 2018, More details.

The intertidal area at Sisters’ Islands Marine Park is most suitable for visiting during low tides of 0.4 metres and below. This is when you will be able to see the shore teeming with marine life as the area will be submerged under water at higher tides.
Nature guides will be on hand to bring you on a tour to experience the Marine Park’s amazing biodiversity. These guided walks are conducted free of charge bi-monthly. Each guided walk session is open to a maximum of 45 people.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

16 Jun (Sat): A walk with your neighbours: The macaques of Lower Peirce

The long-tailed macaques are the most conspicuous animals at Lower Peirce Reservoir Park. Although commonly seen, they are very misunderstood. Few seeing them realise anything about the social world these monkeys live in. They have kin networks, power struggles, friends, foes, and an otherwise complex social network. In many ways, they provide a mirror of our own society.
If you would like to learn more about your community and the interesting world of your neighbouring macaques at Lower Peirce, please join our walk which is led by experts from the Jane Goodall Institute Singapore.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 5pm - 6.30pm
Venue: Lower Peirce Trail, Hevea Trail Entrance
Website: https://www.nparks.gov.sg/

16 Jun (Sat): Ecolife Tour at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

This family tour introduces Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park and its biodiversity through the use of interactive exploration themes and activities. Have fun working together to answer worksheets, conduct surveys and photo hunts, among other activities.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 9am -11am
Meeting point: Bishan- Ang Mo Kio Park Promenade
Contact: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

16 Jun (Sat): Nature Appreciation Walk at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

Join this free Guided Nature Appreciation Walk to find out more about the flora and fauna that can be found in the reserve!
Experience nature in its pristine form at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, which is a mere 12 km from the bustling city centre. By virtue of Singapore’s location on the equatorial belt, the reserve has one of the richest and most diverse ecological systems.

More information and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 9.30am - 10.30am.
Venue: Bukit Timah Nature Reserve (Visitor Centre)
Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

16 Jun (Sat): Ecolife at Coney Island

Join volunteer guides on this FREE walk to find out more and learn more about the interesting flora and fauna found on the island.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 9am - 11am
Venue: Coney Island Park, West Entrance
Website: https://www.nparks.gov.sg/

16 Jun (Sat): FREE Nature Connection: Nature Art with Kids with NParks

Specially for Pesta Ubin. In this free workshop, join Ms Alpana Ahuja, an avid nature lover and volunteer with Acres and the Nature Society Singapore, on a walk at the Butterfly Hill. Along the way, she will guide participants to use watercolour to paint the flowers and butterflies you see. Suitable for participants aged 7 and above. Parents are welcomed to accompany their children for this activity.

This activity is free. More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 9 am - 12 pm
Venue: Changi Point Ferry Terminal (bumboat rides are provided to and fro the island)

16 Jun (Sat): Sketches in Ball Point Pen at Pulau Ubin

Specially for Pesta Ubin. Mr Francis Theo loves capturing the unique charms of Pulau Ubin with his sketchbook and ink fountain pens. Come sketch with him at the Ubin Living Lab as he shares his passion and special techniques. Suitable for participants aged 10 to 15.

This activity is free. More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 9 am - 12 pm
Meeting Point: Changi Point Ferry Terminal (bumboat rides are provided to and fro the island)



16 Jun (Sat): What's in my mud?

The mud at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is a key habitat for the plants and animals. This unique habitat is full of surprises!
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve: Mud Experience
Get close and personal to the mud and observe the rich biodiversity; critical to the ecosystem at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. Join us for an interesting free guided walk featuring our lesser known creatures of the mudflats in Sungei Buloh.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 9.30am - 11am
Venue: Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Wetland Centre, meet at the Information Counter.
Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

16 Jun (Sat): Pulau Ubin Nocturnal Walk

Open to the Public - Registration Needed

The Vertebrate Study Group is organising a joint night walk with the Herpetological Society of Singapore to try to spot wildlife such as snakes, mouse deers, wild pigs, owls and more at Pulau Ubin.

More details and registration on the NSS website.

Time: 6.30pm to 9.30pm
Website: http://www.nss.org.sg/
Contact: email contact@nss.org.sg or call 6741 2036.

19 May (Sat): Siloso Coastal Forest Tour

For Nature Society (Singapore) members only

Many rare plant species grow in the coastal forest at Siloso Point, the last accessible natural coastline in Sentosa. Join the Plant Group for a three-hour tour of the area.

More details and registration on the NSS website.

Time: 7.15am to 10.30am
Website: http://www.nss.org.sg/
Contact: email contact@nss.org.sg or call 6741 2036.

15 Jun (Fri): Istana Nature Guided Walk

Sign up for the Nature Guided Walk during the Istana Open House. This guided walk is a collaboration between the President’s Office and the National Parks Board (NParks), which will showcase the Istana’s flora, fauna and biodiversity.
The guided walk starts from 10am to 4pm, and is conducted hourly. Please look out for signs on the Istana grounds to find out where you can register for the guided walk.

More details about the Istana Open House on the NParks website and the Istana website.

Time: 10am to 4pm every hour.
Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

14 Jun (Thu): Let’s Discover Plants and Animals - a guided tour for kids

Do you know that the garden is not only a home to plants, but also many fascinating animals, such as, birds, frogs, squirrels, butterflies, dragonflies, ants and earthworms? Be amazed by the many different types of animals you can find in the Singapore Botanic Gardens! Learn fascinating facts about wildlife in the Gardens and pick up tips on respecting them in nature and our environment. You may even have the chance to get up-close-and-personal with an oriental whip snake and a monitor lizard too!

Suitable for children in K1 - P6 levels.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 10am - 11am
Venue: Singapore Botanic Gardens, Visitor Services Desk at Jacob Ballas Childrens Garden
Fee: $6 per child and $6 per accompanying adult
Website: http://www.sbg.org.sg

12 Jun (Tue): Nature Keeper Camp for kids

Designed to stimulate the interest of the young and inculcate in them an appreciation of our forests. This one-day Nature Keeper Camp aims to nurture young minds in active protection and conservation of our natural heritage.
Suitable for children 7 - 11 years old (Primary 1 to 5)
Minimum of 12 children, maximum of 40 children.
Parents are to drop off their children and pick them back up after the programme is over.

More details and registration on the NParks website.

Time: 9am - 5pm
Venue: Bukit Timah Nature Reserve.
Cost: $25 per child. Includes all materials, tea breaks and lunch. Charges subsidized by Mitsubishi Corporation.
Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/

10 Jun (Sun): Seeking out the Butterflies of Bukit Brown

For Nature Society (Singapore) members only

Join Simon Chan to seek out the butterfly life in and around the hills of Bukit Brown. As a Chinese burial ground from 1922 to 1973, a good part of Bukit Brown has since been taken over by Mother Nature. Mature trees, shrubs and tall grasses abound, hosting rare to fairly rare butterflies including the Golden Royal, Black Veined Tiger, Bamboo Tree Brown and Yamfly. Common species seen here include the Malayan Eggfly, Common Mormon, Long Brand Bush Brown, Common Five-Ring and Chestnut Bob.

More details and registration on the NSS website.

Time: 9am to 12pm
Website: http://www.nss.org.sg/
Contact: email contact@nss.org.sg or call 6741 2036.