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Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

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Opens in 8 min: 07:30 - 19:00
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“monitor lizards”(90 reviews)
“migratory birds”(31 reviews)
“mud skippers”(23 reviews)
This 200-acre reserve, situated north of the island, is home to over 150 species of rare and exotic birds.
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301 Neo Tiew Crescent Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Singapore 718925, Singapore
+65 6794 1401
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 9 January 2014

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve (SBWR) is the largest area of protected mangrove forests in Singapore, and one of the few open to the public, so that makes it one of the best places to go to learn and understand about mangrove ecosystems. Before you visit...More

11  Thank 91MJJC19
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 20 August 2012

For those who loathe the mozzies, get ready your insect repellents! You will definitely need those repellents in the midst of your tour around the wetland reserve. Many bird lovers can be spotted lugging around their cameras and DSLRs, in the hope of spotting migratory...More

3  Thank Irina W
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is a decent wet land reserve considering the size of Singapore. Mudskippers and crocodiles were the main attraction to me. Spotted both of them easily. In addition there are many water monitors among other animals.

Thank zapumal
Reviewed 1 week ago

Got the bus ok from Kranji MRT.Not many people here at all which suited us as birdwatchers. Saw Kingfishers,herons,storks and other birds. Other wildlife seen was great.Lots of lizards.A small crocodile,squirrels and a snake! Took our own sandwiches and glad we did as only snacks...More

1  Thank julie88888888
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I’ve been to this reserve several times. It’s in fact a surprise to see a reserve like this in a city like Singapore, all over the city you see new condos and office building rising. We were lucky to see several crocodiles and monitor lizards....More

Thank martinhelmantel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I one of the "real" sites found in Singapore. Birds, Lizards and Crocadiles. BTW enjoyed the elevated lie to site. Had chance to see non tourist Singapore

Thank Baruch L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a secret that lies in waiting for those that do more in Singapore that walk down orchard road, go to boat quay or the zoo. This is a very special treat an hour and half tropical walk to explore mangroves and natural wild...More

Thank Roger H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Amongst the urban concrete jungle discover the green belt located in the NWestern part of Singapore - where you look across the straits to Johore in Malaysia. This is also the resting place of many migratory birds on their annual journey from the Artic and...More

Thank Terry Y
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Whether you go at high tide or low tide, there is always something different to see in the wonderful mangrove area. It's quite far from the city center but definitely worth a visit.

Thank frankychiangsg
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Nice place to get out of the city. Interesting and easy walk where you can see some wildlife, mostly birds. Information about flora and fauna provided along the paths.

Thank nathaliedT3364UA
Reviewed 1 October 2018

Probably because of the time of the year of my visit (last December), parts of the wetland were dried up and birds and waders were few. It offered a nice leisurely walk though and probably one should be happy that such areas have been protected...More

1  Thank Ricky Y
Reviewed 23 September 2018

I really love this place. For once, something that doesn't have a lamp post, water stall and toilet every 10 meters. This is how nature is supposed to be, and (unfortunately) this is one of the very few spots left in Singapore where you can...More

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12 February 2018|
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Response from Kathleenlim | Reviewed this property |
Free admission. Jus bring yourself there.
Nilamanee D
1 February 2018|
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Response from GeorgevM | Reviewed this property |
I would use the MRT to get closer and then a Grab taxi for the final part. Check online for the MRT map and download the Grab app if you haven't yet got it. Have a great time, hopefully you'll see some wildlife. (remember to... More
Mike J
15 December 2016|
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Response from Kris k | Reviewed this property |
May be the Park offers the guidened tours. check the website. at all watching poits there are boards which has photographs of pics and explaiantion about birds you can watch from there.