Suitable for beginners and families with kids. Explore this almost forgotten natural river. Paddling underneath the hanging roots of an immense Fig, or the canopied creeks, this is one of the most beautiful river trails in Singapore.
During the annual pilgrimage, thousands of visitors are expected to visit Kusu Island from 17 Oct to 19 Nov 2020. Expect delays due to crowd control measures at Marine South Pier. Parking at the Pier is likely to be limited.
Check out Jerome Lim's awesome blog post for a glimpse into the history behind Kusu Island and the pilgrimage.
Singapore's shores got otters, sea turtles, crocodiles and more! Learn how to photograph and interact safely with them. Join Bernard Seah, who will share insights and ethical practices for photographing our wildlife.
Bernard is a wildlife photographer and a volunteer with the Otter Working Group
Friends of Marine Park is an initiative supporting the Sisters’ Islands Marine Park. Our speaker will share how community collaboration and their ‘kampung spirit’ have been key to making waves in marine conservation.
Hear from Ms Sam Shu Qin, on her experience volunteering with Friends of Marine Park on NParks Spotlight – Festival of Biodiversity Edition!
Mudflats are important habitats for a range of mud-dwelling animals such as molluscs, worms and crustaceans. During low tides, these exposed treasures provide migratory shorebirds a crucial and rich source of food during their stopovers.
Want to know where you can find mudflats in Singapore, and what animals can be found there? Join Lester Tan from the marine conversation group of Nature Society (Singapore) on a fun learning adventure on our mudflats and its secrets!