Tuesday, 6 December 2016

3 best nature trails to see in Singapore

The best trails to see Singapore’s surprisingly diverse flora & fauna:

  • SUNGEI BULOH WETLAND RESERVE (MORE THAN A WETLAND)
  • LOWER PEIRCE TRAIL
  • PRUNUS TRIAL AT MACRITCHIE BOARDWALKS

Rare birds like the Asia dowitcher stop in Singapore once a year during the bird migratory month from September to March. Foto: Ben Lee

There are chances to see a Lesser Mousedeer in the Lower Peirce Trail. The former feeds on elaves and shoots and are more active at night. Foto: Ben Lee

At the Mangrove Swamp in Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, there are chance of sightings to see a saltwater crocodile. Foto: Ben lee

At the Lower Perice Trail, native animals more commonly seen includes the Plaintain Squirrel. Foto: Ben Lee

The Nibong Palm is one out of the other many palm trees that can be found at the Lower Peirce Trail. Foto: National Parks Board

The Banded Woodpecker can be found at the Prunus Trail at Macritchie Boardwalks perched amidst the canopies. Foto: Ruth Foo Xin

The Prunus Trail located at the edge of Lower Peirce Reservoir is the last remaining mature secondary forest in Singapore. Foto: Muhd Affandi

Located at the Prunus Trail at Macritchie Boardwalks, the Tembusu tree are one of the many trees you can find there. Foto: Chan Su Hooi

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