Join Jane’s popular Sungei Buloh nature tour to 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.
First opened as a Nature Park in 1993, Sungei Buloh was officially gazetted as a Nature Reserve in 2002. Jane’s Sungei Buloh nature tour. Explore the trails and discover its native inhabitants like monitor lizards, mudskippers, snakes, and otters. Try spotting some of our many resident birds, from herons to kingfishers and sunbirds
Meet your guide at the information counter at Visitor Centre (Kranji Way entrance)
If you are taking public transport just let us know. Then we can start the tour at 8.45 so you can take the Kranji Countryside Express bus that leaves Kranji MRT at 8.30am.
If you are going to Singapore and really want to see the country and understand the history, you need to contact Jane. We are pretty certain if there is anything Jane does not know then it is probably not worth knowing. And she takes you to places not in any guide book, she just seems to know everywhere. Fantastic to spend time with.
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.
Little known fact: Singapore is not just one island, it’s actually 64! Escape the hustle and bustle of life in the Lion City while you explore one of the country’s outer islands. It’s as if you’ve stepped into a time machine to discover 1960s Singapore and the last remaining kampong (village).
‘Sungei Buloh Bird Watching’ – Photo John Paul Briones
‘Sungei Buloh Owl’ – Photo John Paul Briones
‘ Sungei Buloh Bridge’ – Photo Joseph Edward Ferrera