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Interesting Sights at Admiralty Park

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  • Admiralty Park Bird


    There are a variety of birds to be seen at Admiralty Park. Spot them as you stroll along the park.
  • Dragonfly

    Dragonflies and damselfies

    Dragonflies and damselflies can be spotted flitting above the stream. The two dragonfly species you can find here are the Common Parasol (Neurothemis fluctuans) and Blue Dasher (Brachydiplax chalybea). Interestingly, Admiralty Park is (known to date) the only place in mainland Singapore that is home to a rare damselfly, Arthur's Midget (Mortonagrion arthuri). This species is currently found only in the mangroves of Pulau Ubin and Pulau Semakau.

  • Nypah Palm Fruit


    Stroll through the Park and you will come across 

    interesting flora like the Putat Kampung Tree, Nipah Palm (Nypah fruticans), Ipil-ipil (Intsia bijuga), and climbers like Hedgehog Rattan (an increasingly rare plant in Singapore).
  • Long-tailed Macaque

    Long tailed Macaques

    Watch Long-tailed Macaques swim and dive for crabs in the mangrove. These Long-tailed Macaques at Admiralty Park are possibly the only ones left in Singapore that live along a riverine environment that ends in a mangrove.
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Last updated on 14 November 2014

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