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Kranji Marshes

Notices

  1. Note to Coordinators of Organised Group Visits
    Visitorship is managed at Kranji Marshes to minimise any disturbance to the natural environment. In line with the Ministry of Health's latest advisory to minimise further spread of COVID-19, we are suspending application of group visits until further notice. Please check our website for the latest updates.

Things To Do

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    Tips for visiting Kranji Marshes

    Before you begin your journey of discovery, here are some simple tips to help make visits to the nature area enjoyable for everyone:

    Do's
    . Leave nothing but footprints, take nothing but photographs.
    . Keep to the designated trails and boardwalks
    . Appreciate any animals you may see from afar and maintain a safe distance from them.
    . Keep noise levels low

    Don’ts
    . No pets, dogs
    . No cycling
    . No smoking
    . No animal release
    . No feeding of animals
    . No fishing or poaching
    . No flying of drones
    . No loud noises, speakers and music
    . No PMDs, scooters, rollerblades, skateboarding
    . No swimming, wading, bathing or feeding animals in water.

    *Bicycle racks are available at the Kranji Gate.

    Friendly tips.
    . Dress in comfortable clothes in neutral colours
    . long pants
    . long sleeves
    . cap

    . Put on comfortable walking shoes.

    . Bring binoculars, drinking water, notebook and pen

    . Stay in shelters and observation hides during thunderstorm.

    . Apply insect repellent before entering the Kranji Marshes.

    . The terrain is rugged at parts and may be unsuitable for younger children.

    It is our responsibility to conserve the living things in our nature area, both for our enjoyment and that of our future generations.

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    Bird Watching

    Throughout the year: Look out for resident birds such as eagles, kingfishers, woodpeckers, herons, bitterns and swamphens.

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    Guided Walks

    Free guided walks are conducted once a month, on Saturday evenings. Explore and learn more about the nature area from the experienced and knowledgeable guides who will take you around.

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    Photography

    Shutterbugs will enjoy photographing a wide variety of flora and fauna at Kranji Marshes. Photographers are encouraged to submit photos to Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve at nparks_sbwr@nparks.gov.sg and hastag #nparksbuzz when you share your photos. From time to time, selected photos will be used for our publications.

Last updated on 19 August 2020

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