Join an expert guide on Jane’s Pasir Ris nature tour for a birdwatching session in beautiful, beachside Pasir Ris Park. Learn about the resident birds, their behaviours, and their favourite habitats.
With several interesting species spotted in recent years, birdwatchers are flocking to Pasir Ris Park. We will be on the lookout for Oriental pied hornbills, stork-billed kingfishers, owls, woodpeckers and if we’re lucky a grey heron heronry. During this Pasir Ris nature tour ee will also walk into the lovely mangrove area near the beach to see some of its residents.
Meet your guide at Pasir Ris Park car park B
We went on a bird watching tour of Pasir Ris park with Wan Ling, who has been birding for many years in Singapore. Our family of six had a really wonderful time. Wan Ling knew the best spots to take us to, was able to teach us all about the birds that we saw, helped us to identify and spot the birds even just based on their call, and also taught us a lot about other nature we saw at the park, such as the different kinds of roots and trees seen in the mangroves as well as the other animals we saw.
As a family of amateur bird enthusiasts, it really was the perfect day out.
I have lived in Singapore for over 20 years and am well read about its history, but still find Jane’s Tour Guides provide me with insights and information of which I wasn’t previously aware. The research that is behind many of the activities is clearly immense and I particularly love hearing stories about the people who lived in the places we are seeing.
I am very impressed with these tours and I have done 6 so far. When I book a stay in Singapore, I check Jane’s calendar for my next experience. The groups are small, the guides are well informed and the itineraries are well thought out. I have discovered an interest in places that I have previously walked past . I look forward to learning more about the varied parts of Singapore.
Come and discover the natural wonders of Singapore’s first ASEAN Heritage Park. Explore the island’s rich biodiversity with a walk in the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.
‘Pasir Ris Yellow Bird’ – Photo John Paul Briones
‘Pasir Ris Black & White Bird’ – Photo John Paul Briones
‘Pasir Ris Royal Blue Bird’ – Photo John Paul Briones
‘Pasir Ris Royal Red Beak Bird’ – Photo John Paul Briones
‘Pasir Ris Royal Speckled Bird’ – Photo John Paul Briones