25 Jan 2021

31 Jan (Sun): FREE guided tour of the boardwalk at Chek Jawa

FREE! Specially for kids. Join volunteers of the Naked Hermit Crabs on a tour of the boardwalk at Chek Jawa.

Registration opens 27 Jan (Wed). Follow them on facebook to get the latest update.

21 Jan 2021

20 Feb (Sat): Fun with Mangrove Wildlife for kids!

FREE, for kids! Learn about our mangrove animals with Gloria Seow of the Nature Society (Singapore).
Pasir Ris Mangrove Boardwalk tour with the Naked Hermit Crabs
Get tips on how to spot and identify mangrove animals around Singapore, such as at Sungei Buloh, Pasir Ris Park and Pulau Ubin. Learn about the clever adaptations that allow them to survive in this amazing habitat. Ask your questions too at this online session.

20 Jan 2021

9 Feb (Tue): Kayak Ubin 2Rivers Trail with kayakasia

Suitable for beginners! Pulau Ubin is crisscrossed by many waterways. This trip explores 2 waterways of this intricate river systems, linking Sungei Jelutong and Sungei Besar in a closed loop within the island. 
At some sections, the river narrows and the trees create a natural canopy of arching branches and leaves. Numerous species of birds are easily spotted among this mazy waterways.

12 Jan 2021

29 Jan (Fri): Ubin's 4 Rivers with Kayakasia

Explore the hidden waterways which crisscross Pulau Ubin. Ubin 4Rivers (Kekek Trail) explores 4 waterways of this intricate river system, linking them in a closed loop within the island.
This is an adventurous trail suitable for beginners and intermediate paddlers alike.


11 Jan 2021

26 Jan (Tue): Ubin 3Rivers Trail with Kayakasia

Pulau Ubin is crisscrossed by many waterways. This trip explore 3 waterways of this intricate river systems, linking them in a closed loop within the island.
At some sections, the river narrows and the trees close overhead, creating a natural canopy of arching branches and leaves. Numerous species of birds are easily spotted among this mazy waterways.

3 Jan 2021

Book online before visiting the Marine Park Public Gallery at St John's Island

Update on 3 Jan 2021: To allow everyone the opportunity to enjoy the displays whilst maintaining a comfortable social distance, entry into the Sisters’ Islands Marine Park Public Gallery on St John’s Island is via online booking only.
The maximum number of visitors is capped at 20 pax per session and visits will be limited to 30 minutes. Book a slot to visit the gallery here.

1 Jan 2021

3 Jan (Sun): Registration opens for FREE walk at St John's Island on 7 Feb (Sun)

Registration opens on 3 Jan (Sun), 10am for this FREE guided walk at St John's Island on 7 Feb (Sun) at 10am.
This free 90-minute guided tour 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 and includes the Sisters' Islands Marine Park Public Gallery.

31 Dec 2020

10 Jan (Sun): Croc & Friends - FREE Guided Walk at Sungei Buloh

Learn about estuarine crocodiles at Sungei Buloh!
On this 45-minute guided walk with volunteer Bernard, observe crocodiles going about their daily business. And learn more about these huge fascinating beasts and their friends. 

More about our crocs in Smile, Singapore got crocodile! 

29 Dec 2020

New children's books on our sea slugs and crabs!

Two wonderful new books for kids on our marine life, written and illustrated by Singapore students are now available as e-books, including animated video storytelling and a 'behind the scenes' look into the making of the books.
These books are part of the long running Raffles Ecological Literacy Programme, where students volunteer to create books about Singapore's wildlife, in partnership with local experts.

10 Dec 2020

Pasir Ris - Perfect intertidal getaway for the family

Pasir Ris shores are easy to get to, and enjoyed by many people. But it remains rich in a variety of marine life.
Park goers enjoying the beach at Pasir Ris
You can find interesting marine life in the seagrass meadows on this beach which is more than 3km long. And enjoy the tranquility of palm trees swaying in the sea breeze, under wide skies overlooking Pulau Ubin. 

Shore walks with Young Nautilus (Jan-Feb)

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.

9 Dec 2020

16 Dec (Wed): Talk on "Conserving the Ocean's Rhinos in Singapore"

Learn about rhino rays: guitarfishes and wedgefishes. Find out how Singapore can play an international role in protecting these fascinating but endangered fishes.

The talk is by Ms. Christina Choy, Wildlife Conservation Society. And is part of the St John's Island National Marine Park Research Seminar Series.

Places are limited, register here