We spotted so many flora and fauna in the 2 hours we were there. Here are 5 reasons you should bring your children to Sungei Buloh Wetlands Reserve.
Sungei Buloh Wetlands Reserve is Accessible
Sungei Buloh Wetlands Reserve is easily accessible by public transport, bringing Sungei Buloh even closer to the public. Carpark lots are plenty too if you are driving.
Mondays to Saturdays
Board SMRT Bus 925 from Kranji MRT Station. Alight at Kranji Reservoir Carpark B. Walk across the road to the Visitor Centre.
Sundays and Public Holidays
Board SMRT Bus 925 from Kranji MRT Station. The bus stops at the Wetland Centre entrance. Please note that SMRT Bus 925 operates only from Woodlands Interchange on Sundays and Public Holidays.
This nature reserve is BIG!
Sungei Buloh has expanded to include 202ha of mangroves, mudflats, ponds and forests, providing an even larger sanctuary for the flora and fauna that call it home. This includes the newest extension that houses a brand new Visitor Centre and new trails for visitors to explore and enjoy. This new extension is situated along Kranji Way.
We wanted to cover everything in 1 day, but the kids were tired out!
Chance of spotting Crocodiles are rather high.
We manage to spot a crocodile in the water, though it is just the snout of it. Try spotting in this picture!
Lots of Instagrammable Spots
Don’t we just love great photos?
Sungei Buloh Wetlands Reserve is less crowded
Yes, we were there on a weekday school holiday and there weren’t crowds like if you were to go to Botanical Gardens. With social distancing in place, we love our space.
Sungei Buloh Wetlands Reserve is FREE.
Do we need to say more? 😛