Sentosa's natural cliffs are cloaked in some of Singapore's rarest plants. Including the magnificent Raffles pitcher plants. And Nyireh laut, of which only a handful of trees are known.
From the Nature Society (Singapore) website which has more details and registration.
Many rare plant species grow in the coastal forest at Siloso Point, the last accessible natural coastline in Sentosa. Join the Plant Group for a three-hour tour of the area.
The event is for Nature Society (Singapore) members only. Simply join the Society to join the walk!
Date: 19 May (Sat)
Time: 7.15am to 10.30am
Contact: email email@example.com or call 6741 2036.