14 Mar (Sat): Kayak the Sentosa Trail with kayakasia

Suitable for those without kayaking experience, families, and children. This is an easy coastal trail specially designed for those who would like to try out kayaking for the first time.
Whether with your little one or your dog, this short morning paddle introduces the basics of sea kayaking. Visit a WW2 fort and a couple of islands, all on the clear waters off Pulau Belakang Mati (Sentosa).

Shore exploration for kids with Young Nautilus (Apr-Jun 2020)

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.

7 Mar (Sat): Kayak the Pasir Ris To Ubin Trail with Kayakasia

Suitable for families and beginners, this is Kayakasia's easiest trip to explore Pulau Ubin's nature and kampong heritage, starting from Pasir Ris Park!
It will bring you into Sungei Jelutong, climb up the highest hill on Pulau Ubin for a panoramic view of Johor, taste tropical fruits, and converse with Ah Ma at Ah Ma's drink stall, which is itself a heritage site on Pulau Ubin!

8 Mar (Sun): Kayak the Khatib Bongsu River Trail with Kayakasia

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.

Highlights (depends on time) include ...
Mangrove Tunnel
Rhizophora Flooded Forest
Mixed Flooded Forest
Avicenna Flooded Forest


1 Mar (Sun): Kayak the Kusu-Lazarus Trail with Kayakasia

Suitable for beginners, this is a paddle of transcendental significance! First we land on the impermanent beach of Lazarus Island, which only appears during certain tides.
After getting your life back reconnecting with the outdoors, we head to Kusu Island to bask ourselves in the longevity of the resident turtles. If that is not enough, climb the 152 steps leading to the kramats (Malay holy shrines) and pray at the Tua Pek Kong (Chinese) temple. If nothing works, laze on the tranquil beach of Kusu and see life anew!

16 Feb (Sun): Registration opens for FREE walk at St John's Island on 22 Mar (Sun)

Registration opens on 16 Feb (Sun) 10am for the FREE public guided walk on St John's Island by the St John’s Island National Marine Laboratory on 22 Mar (Sun). The ticket includes a ferry ride to and from St John’s Island.
St John's Island's living lagoon
There will be a repeat of this walk on 13 Jun (Sun), registration will open on 16 May (Sat) at 10am.

29 Feb (Sat): Kayak Punggol to Ubin with Kayakasia

Suitable for families and beginners. This is a special and easy trail that links together Punggol, Pulau Serangoon (Coney Island), and Pulau Ubin!
Could be called the trail of mystery as we attempt to locate a crumbling villa, the German Girl Shrine, and one of the best look-out point on Pulau Ubin. This trail might also take you into the mangroves of the lesser known Sungai Teris.

22 Feb (Sat): Kayak the Khatib Bongsu River Trail with Kayakasia

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.

Highlights (depends on time) include ...
Mangrove Tunnel
Rhizophora Flooded Forest
Mixed Flooded Forest
Avicenna Flooded Forest


2 Feb (Sun): Registration opens for FREE walk at St John's Island on 1 Mar (Sun)

Registration opens on 2 Feb (Sun), 10am for this FREE guided walk at St John's Island on 1 Mar (Sun).
This free 90-minute guided tour (capped at 45 participants) will be held on the first Sunday of every month. NParks volunteers will introduce you to the key features along the St John’s Island Trail. This land-based trail covers a distance of 1.6km. The tour does NOT go down to the seashore.

16 Feb (Sun): Kayak to St John's Island with kayakasia

Suitable for beginners, paddle to the beautiful St John’s island with old growth trees and an even older history. Once this island was the largest quarantine center in the world. And what did "Sakijang" and "Bendara" had to do with this island?
Besides paddling, we will take you on a short hike among the parkland of St John’s island and also visit the Sisters' Island Public Gallery. On this easy and relaxing paddle, you will travel to one of Singapore's outer islands carbon-free, using your own power. Swim in its clear waters, get close to Pulau Tekukor, see our city's skyline across the sea...

15 Feb (Sat): Valentine’s Day Coastal Clean-up at Kranji Mudflats with NSS

Show your love for Mother Nature this Valentine’s Day! Join the Nature Society (Singapore) to clean up Kranji Mudflats to benefit the wildlife that thrives there. Designated as a Key Biodiversity Area, this coastline is a key habitat for horseshoe crabs and an important feeding site for wading birds.

Date: 15 Feb (Sat)
Time: 8am - 11am
Location: Kranji Mudflats

Registration closes 8 Feb.

More details and registration on the NSS website.

8 Feb (Sat): Waders Watch Workshop for kids at Sungei Buloh

CANCELLED due to evolving 2019-nCOV situation - from message by NParks on facebook.

Come and celebrate the return of the migratory shorebirds! After enduring a long and harsh journey of almost ten thousand kilometres over mountains and seas, the migratory shorebirds have arrived in Singapore from far-flung locations like the Siberian and Tibetan plateaus.
Common greenshanks (Tringa nebularia)
‘Waders Watch’ is one of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve’s signature workshops, where you can learn how to identify our feathered friends! This workshop will cover an introduction to these birds, followed by a birdwatching session around the Reserve where you can hone your newly acquired skills.

Children aged 10 and above are welcome to join in the fun with their family.