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  Construction works are currently ongoing for Phase 2 of the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Masterplan. As such, Kranji Nature Trail is closed. Please adhere to any safety notices around these work areas. These works are expected to be completed by 4th quarter 2014.

The Bliss café has ceased operations. However, vending machines for drinks and snacks are available. Due to the upcoming renovation, both the Nature Gallery and Threatrette is closed till further notice. You can still visit the Mangrove Boardwalk and the Reserve areas. Please check for updates on our website.

Thank you for your patience and understanding. Any inconvenience caused is regretted.

Note to coordinators of organised group visits

If you are planning to bring a group of more than 40 people or/and carrying out a group activity at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, do contact our Information Counter at tel. 6794 1401 or email in advance to check that there are no other activities on that day that may coincide with your group activity. We will advise you on the best time to visit. A permit is required for a group of 40 and above. Maximum group size: 120 people


1. The Mangrove Arboretum Boardwalk is closed till further notice.
2 Maintenance work will be carried out at Hide 1C from now till 11 May 2014.

Earth Day
Join us to celebrate Earth day 2014! There are activities to bring visitors to the mangrove forest to appreciate its beauty and role in the natural heritage of Singapore. Participate in a series of activities that can inspire you to reuse and recycle materials and items in your home.More

Prawn and Fish Demo
Once again we bring you on a journey back to the past, where the history of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve as prawn and fish farms is one not to be ignored. More
Date: 22 Mar 2014 (Sat), Time: 09:45am
Date: 7 Jun 2014 (Sat), Time: 09:45am
Date: 13 Sep 2014 (Sat), Time: 09:45am
Date: 6 Dec 2014 (Sat), Time: 2:00pm

Paint Along Session
Conducted by Mr Tham Pui San, a volunteer of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. Pui San is an avid artist who expresses his passion for nature through his art work. Bring along your art materials and enjoy learning different drawing techniques at Sungei Buloh. More
Date: 27 April 2014 (Sun)
Time: 8.30am - 11.30am

Art Medium: Water colour and pencil, oil and acrylic material

Mandarin Guided Tour
Date: 27 April 2014 (Sun)
Time: 9.30am to 11.15am
Meeting place: Information Counter, Visitor Centre Please call us at 67941401 to book this free guided tour. We need a minimum of 5 participants to commence the tour. Limited to maximum 15 participants.

Origami - The Art of Paper Folding
Date: 27 April 2014 (Sun)
Time: 10.15am to 11.15am
Venue: Information Counter

Waders' Watch Workshop
The migratory bird season has started and the birds are here at Sungei Buloh! Sungei Buloh is an important bird site for these birds. Every year, thousands of these birds visit Sungei Buloh and other parts of Singapore to find food and shelter during winter in the northern parts of the world. Join in this workshop to know how to identify these amazing birds. Also learn how to Birdwatch and how you can help NParks in studying the migratory patterns of these birds in Singapore.

Venue:Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Date & Time: To be confirmed
Registration fee: $5 (inclusive of GST & materials) (Please pay by cheque payable to National Parks Board)
Mailing Address: 301, Neo Tiew Crescent, Singapore 718925
Attn: Waders' Watch Workshop
Attire: Cotton, covered comfortable walking shoes

Alternatively, you can register in person at the Information Counter from 9.00am to 5.00pm. You will be given a receipt for payment. Acknowledgment e-mail will be sent upon receiving the cheque or cash.There will be no refunds in case of no-show.

The workshop comprises a lecture and discussion about the birds followed by a field tour to view migratory shorebirds. It would be good if you have a pair of binoculars but we can loan you a limited number of binoculars otherwise.

Please email to reserve as there are limited slots. Upon receiving your cheque, we will confirm your registration via email. Please note that the workshop needs a minimum of 20 pax to proceed.

New Wireless Trail
Open for the first time to the public, the free wireless trail using ColorCode enables visitors holding mobile devices with cameras and internet connection (such as smartphones) to learn about the flora and fauna at SBWR.
  Young Naturalist Passport Camp
1. YNP Basic - Limited to 40 children between ages 6 to 11 years old
Date: 15 Mar 2014
Registration: Open
Registration fee: $5.00

2. YNP Intermediate - Limited to 40 children between ages 11 to 14 years old
For schools / groups who would like to join in this workshop, please drop an e-mail to
Registration fee: $5.00

Advisory Note: Crocodiles
Estuarine crocodiles are known to inhabit the waters of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. More...

Precaution against mosquito bites
SBWR is a nature reserve where mosquitoes naturally inhabit. To prepare for a visit to the wetland reserve, visitors are advised to wear shoes and socks, long pants and long-sleeved shirt in preferably light colours, and apply insect repellent on exposed skin and clothing before entering the wetland reserve. The insect repellent can help to keep the mosquitoes away and make your visit to the wetland reserve a more enjoyable and safe outing.
Advisory Note
Carparks are limited and drivers may have to park at the Kranji Reservoir carpark during peak periods such as weekends and public holidays. You can walk from the Kranji Reservoir Carpark to SBWR or hop on the hourly Kranji Express service.
Research permits application for schools to conduct research
For schools that are interested to conduct research work at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, do print out this form and fill in details of your project, with signature included. Fax it back to Mohamad Azlin at 67937271 for approval / process.
Booking of Outdoor Classroom
Designed to bring learning outdoors, the Outdoor Classroom is surrounded by five different habitats, namely, the mangroves, back mangroves, secondary forest, herbs and spices garden, and freshwater pond. It is a popular gathering place for schools to conduct activities such as water sampling. More...
Newsletter - eWetlands
The eWetlands is available!
Download PDF (1.25MB)

OR read past issues here
Wetlands in a City - The Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.
Get your copy from the Information Counter at $48.(inclusive of GST)
2nd Edition Migratory Birds of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Get your copy at the Information counter at $15
Heron Watch
Islandwide survey of our resident Herons and Egrets on 5 April 2014 from 7am to 10am. To participate in the survey, please e-mail us at
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