20 Sept 2021

27 Sep (Mon): Kayak to Kusu-Lazarus with Kayakasia

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!

25 Sep (Sat): Kayak Sentosa with Kayakasia

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. We even visit a WW2 fort and a couple of islands, all on the clear waters off Pulau Belakang Mati (Sentosa).

3 Sept 2021

8 Sep (Wed): Kayak Punggol to Ubin with Kayakasia

For families and beginners. An  easy trail that links 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 also takes you into the mangroves of the lesser known Sungai Teris.

Date: 8 Sep (Wed)
Duration: 7.30am - 12.30pm
Distance: 12 km
Level: Suitable for families & beginners
Start/End: Punggol Jetty
Price: $105 per person ($50 for kids under 12 years old
*inclusive all kayaking equipment (inflatable double kayak suitable for beginners), guides, complimentary late breakfast, & adventure

Registration: https://wa.me/message/QJCSHHRJIZQKM1 

2 Sept 2021

11 Sep (Sat): Talk on "Shorebirds of Ubin"

Join Mr David Li from NParks to learn how our shorebirds make their annual long-distance journey in search for warmer places to spend their winter. Pulau Ubin is one important stopover location for some of them.
More about how Singapore is Shorebird Central. This talk is held as part of Pesta Ubin.

Date: 11 Sep 2021 (Sat)
Time: 1:30pm
Cost: Free!

Watch for free on YouTube live NParks channel.

If you'd like to participate in the Q&A session, register online by 9 Sep 

More about Pesta Ubin.



4 Sep (Sat): FREE online sharing with Young Nautilus

Find out more about our marine life! Join Young Nautilus in this special online sharing as part of Pesta Ubin!

Date: 4 Sep 2021
Time: 11am, 12:30pm
Platform: Zoom
Cost: Free!
Pre-registration is required.
Event link: https://youngnautilusvirtual.whereby.com/young-nautilus (To be access on 4 Sep 2021)

More about Pesta Ubin.



1 Sept 2021

8 Sep and 11 Sep: Virtual tour of "Human X Nature" for kids and teens

Specially for families, join this fun and interactive virtual tour of the National Library’s exhibition Human x Nature: Environmental Histories of Singapore.
Learn about the natural world and how local and colonial communities lived within and transformed the natural landscape in Singapore and the region. Through videos and live interactive activities, participants will be able to have a taste of the physical exhibition currently ongoing at the National Library.

8 Sep (Wed) 6-7pm: Register here
11 Sep (Sat) 11am-12noon: Register here

23 Sep (Thu): 7pm "Crustacean Diversity" on zoom

Crustaceans are Singapore's favourite animals! Think Chilli Crab and Sambal Prawns! Find out MORE about them at this zoom talk by the National Library.
Date: 23 Sep (Thu)
Time: 7-8.30pm
Register online here

26 Aug 2021

Sakijang News (Aug 2021) - Marine Biology in Singapore

Marine biologists at Singapore's very own marine lab located at St John's Island share some latest science news.

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"Welcome to my Island Home" - outings to islands in Sep

Join guided walks to Pulau Hantu, Kusu Island, St John's Island and Pulau Ubin! More details and book tickets here https://mycommunityfestival.sg/programmes/welcome-to-my-island-home/




Organised by My Community and supported by the Singapore Tourism Board.

16 Aug 2021

17 Aug (Tue): "Blue Secrets of the Little Red Dot" by Dr Zeehan Jaafar 6-7pm

Discover the history of Singapore's shores and the efforts being made to conserve them. Join this fascinating talk by Dr Zeehan Jaafar.

Tue, 17 Aug 2021
6 pm – 7 pm
Zoom Webinar: register here https://go.gov.sg/17aug-fb

12 Aug 2021

Intertidal and shore walks with Young Nautilus (Sep-Dec 2021)

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.

3 Jul 2021

Talks on restoration of Singapore's shores - July-August

Singapore has amazing coral reefs, seagrass meadows and mangroves! 
Join these talks to learn more about efforts to restore them, and how you can make a difference. Register here.