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Lower Peirce Reservoir Park

Notices

1. Help protect this precious patch of forest and its inhabitants by staying on the boardwalks. Straying off the boardwalks will not only disturb the native flora and fauna but also degrade and eventually fragment the sensitive habitat.

2. If you wish to hike in the nature reserve in a group of more than 30 people, please complete this application form and submit it to us at least one month before the date of the activity.

Things To Do

  • Lower Peirce Trail

    The Lower Peirce Nature Trail Boardwalk is part of the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. This Nature Boardwalk meanders largely through one of Singapore's last remaining mature secondary secondary forests and along the edge of Lower Peirce Reservoir. It is an important refuge for many species of birds, mammals, insects and other animals that are adapted to the forest environment.

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    A Guide to Walking Trail at Lower Peirce

    Highlights:
    - An easy 900m wooden boardwalk through a mature secondary forest
    - Peaceful walk by the water's edge
    - Symphony of nature's music in the background
    - Sightings of native animals
    - Occasional glimpses of native birds

    Walking time: 45min - 1hr

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    Nature Walks

    The Lower Peirce boardwalk meanders largely through a mature secondary forest. It is an important refuge for many species of birds, mammals, insects and other animals that are adapted to the forest environment.

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    Photography

    There is always something at the Lower Peirce Reservoir for shutterbugs. If you enjoy nature photographing, the Lower Peirce Boardwalk, which winds through the rainforest, offers plenty of opportunities for first-hand encounters with Singapore wildlife.

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    Volunteering

    Keen to be part of our biodiversity conservation efforts? Translate your passion into action and sign up as a Central Nature Reserve volunteer!

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Last updated on 08 July 2019

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