30 Apr 2022

22 May (Sun): Virtual talks on exploring our shores

Exciting talks offered during the Festival of Biodiversity! A Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) interpreter will be present for the session.


"Where the wild things are: marine edition" by Iffah Iesa
Iffah Iesa started her journey as a volunteer for NParks’ Comprehensive Marine Biodiversity Survey and is now a Scientific Officer (Curator) from the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum. She will be sharing about the great diversity of life in our seas and her love for medusozoans (jellyfishes).

"Are you “shore”?" by Loh Kok Sheng
Loh Kok Sheng has over 15 years of experience surveying Singapore’s shores and will be sharing tips on how we can best enjoy and appreciate our shores. 

Date:  22 May (Sun)
Time: 3pm

Register to participate in the Zoom session (limited slots available!), or stream the webinar live on the NParksSG YouTube channel.

More details on the NParks website

17 Apr 2022

ReefX: Call for volunteer divers

ReefX is a public citizen science programme to train recreational scuba divers in gathering reef survey data to support local reef research and conservation efforts. An initiative by non-profit conservation group Marine Stewards in collaboration with NParks.

Photo from Marine Stewards

The two-month programme will accept an intake of 25 experienced scuba divers, to allow for focused and personalised training of highly specialised research tasks. There will be 3 intakes running from July - December 2022. 

11 Mar 2022

20 Mar (Sun): Talk on "Conserving Coral Reefs in Singapore"

What are some of the ongoing conservation efforts and how can we balance urban development and nature? Join us to learn more about coral reefs in Singapore and what you can do to protect our natural heritage! 

Presented by Kikuzawa Yuichi, Marine Biologist, Tropical Marine Science Institute, National University of Singapore.

Date: 20 Mar 2022 (Sunday)
Time: 5 - 6 pm
Venue: Zoom

More details and registration



Intertidal and shore walks with Young Nautilus (Apr-Jun 2022)

Join Young Nautilus to explore our own coastal backyard in Singapore, and take a closer look at the amazing animals! Expose your children to science and nature, see in action what they have learnt in schools about wildlife! Here's their public programmes.


Founded by educators equipped with degrees in Life Science and Marine Biology, Young Nautilus is an education enrichment partner for schools and families that provide fun and engaging science learning journeys. By fostering a deeper understanding of the world and the dynamic changes that shape it, we enrich what are taught in the MOE syllabus.

17 Feb 2022

5 Mar (Sat): "A City in Nature for coastal resilience" zoom talk

As sea levels rise due to climate change, how can we keep our coastlines safe cost-effectively while ensuring a liveable environment and flourishing biodiversity? Can natural habitats and urban infrastructure work together in harmony to mitigate and adapt to climate change?
Living reefs at East Coast Park, May 2021
Corals (and seagrasses) have settled naturally
on the artificial shores of East Coast Park.
Join Jonathan and Zestin from NParks and guest speaker A/P Dan Friess of the NUS Centre for Nature-based Climate Solutions as they share about how we can utilise the myriad benefits of our coastal habitats to make a more climate-resilient Singapore and Southeast Asia.

NParks City in Nature Webinar: A City in Nature for coastal resilience 
Date: 5 Mar (Sat)
Time: 10-11am
More details and registration on the NParks website

29 Jan 2022

Raffles Lighthouse tour twice a month

Join this tour by Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore which brings participants on a ferry, starting from Marina South Pier, passing by southern islands such as St John’s Island, Kusu Island, Pulau Bukom, Pulau Sebarok and Pulau Semakau before disembarking at Pulau Satumu to visit the Raffles Lighthouse.
Photo from the MPA website.

The tours are held every second and fourth Saturday of each month.

More details on the MPA website.

24 Jan 2022

14 Feb (Mon): Valentine's Day Intertidal Walk

Join Young Nautilus this Valentine’s Day for a unique and meaningful intertidal experience as you share v-day with your special someone, or if you’re single and ready to mingle!
Unravel the amazing biodiversity of Changi intertidal with a fun mission sheet to complete various challenges along the way as you learn about the flora and fauna of our local shores!

Find out more here https://youngnautilus.com/programmes/public-programmes/valentinesdaynaturewalk/

23 Jan 2022

6 Feb (Sun): Kayak St John's-Tekukor Trail

Join Kayakasia to head for the beautiful St John's island with old growth trees and an even older history. Once, this island was the largest quarantine centre in the world. On this easy and relaxing paddle, we will visit the parkland of St John's island, go on a short nature hike to the Sisters' Island Public Gallery and swim in its clear waters.

Get to also see Pulau Tekukor, St John's almost forgotten neighbour, that is now home to sea eagles that soar our Southern shores!


12 Feb (Sat): The Mangrove Art Story at Chek Jawa with Better Trails

Explore Chek Jawa with Better Trails. A hidden gem, it is located at the eastern end of Pulau Ubin that is home to an abundance of biodiversity. Tread through the coastal mangrove habitat with family and friends on a curated nature trail passing by the mangrove boardwalk and Jejawi Tower.
By the end of the trail, you will get to participate in an air clay sculpting workshop, crafting your memories of the trail into painted clay sculptures! Join us now on this exciting learning journey at Pulau Ubin!

3 Dec 2021

East Coast Park - Surprising intertidal adventures for the family

East Coast Park shores are easy for ordinary people to explore at low spring tide. Amazing marine life have naturally regenerated on these artificial shores.
There are living sandy shores, seagrass meadows and even patches of coral reefs! But beware of the Stonefish.

Intertidal and shore walks with Young Nautilus (Jan-Mar 2022)

Join Young Nautilus to explore our own coastal backyard in Singapore, and take a closer look at the amazing animals! Expose your children to science and nature, see in action what they have learnt in schools about wildlife! Here's their public programmes.






Founded by educators equipped with degrees in Life Science and Marine Biology, Young Nautilus is an education enrichment partner for schools and families that provide fun and engaging science learning journeys. By fostering a deeper understanding of the world and the dynamic changes that shape it, we enrich what are taught in the MOE syllabus.