Discover the beauty and wonders of nature at Singapore’s first ASEAN Heritage Park. Uncover a world filled with rich biodiversity as you wander through the wetlands with an extensive mangrove forest of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.
Sungei Buloh was first opened as a Nature Park in 1993. In 2002, 130 hectares were officially gazetted as a Nature Reserve and renamed Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve to better reflect its status. In the same year, it was recognised as a site of international importance for migratory birds and awarded a certificate by Wetlands International, marking the reserve's formal entry into the East Asian Australasian Shorebird Site Network, which includes Australia's Kakadu National Park, China's Mai Po – Inner Deep Bay and Japan's Yatsu Tidal Flats. And in 2003, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve became Singapore's first ASEAN Heritage Park.
Since then 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, and is easily accessible by public transport, bringing Sungei Buloh even closer to the public.
Throughout the year: Trek through this ecological jewel’s many trails and discover its native inhabitants such as mudskippers, crabs, shellfish, water snakes, birds, spiders, monitor lizards and otters. Admire the beauty of resident birds such as herons, kingfishers and sunbirds.
Seasonal from September to March: During the migratory season, catch sight of the diverse flocks of shorebirds or waders including plovers and sandpipers.
Map of walking trails
Live animal cams
View live scenes of Sungei Buloh here.
Catch a glimpse of the wildlife found in Sungei Buloh through these videos.
Sungei Buloh Nature Park Network
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve and Kranji Coastal Nature Park (former Eastern Extension) is part of the Sungei Buloh Nature Park Network
To explore other areas under the Network, visit:
60 Kranji Way, #01-00
301 Neo Tiew Crescent
Parking lots are available near both entrances.
7 am to 7 pm daily (entering or remaining in the nature reserve after 7pm is not allowed);
Last entry: 6.30pm
Carpark opening hours:
7 am to 7 pm daily
Park Size: 202 hectares
Specific Do's and Don'ts:
- No pets
- No jogging
- No cycling allowed
- No flying of drones
See full list of Do's and Dont's below.
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
Safety during storms
For public safety, please do not enter the nature reserve and forested areas during stormy weather, as such inclement weather may cause trees and branches to fall. Do note that when planning to go outdoors, you may dial 65427788 for weather forecast.
How to get there
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 925M from Kranji MRT Station. The bus stops at the Wetland Centre entrance. Please note that SMRT Bus 925M operates only from Woodlands Interchange on Sundays and Public Holidays.