|The boardwalk takes us through tall mangrove trees|
and allows to see all kinds of curious creatures.
Here, we are sure to see lots of crazy tree climbing crabs and delightful giant mudskippers. We may even see the archerfish living up to its name, spitting down bugs with an accurate 'arrow' of water.
|A giant mudskipper AND a tree climbing crab|
that seem to share one burrow.
|Patient parents tending to their young in the nest!|
|Can you find all three snakes in these photos?|
|This moth had just emerged from its cocoon!|
So come join us to explore Pasir Ris mangroves!
We welcome small family and friend groups. And we love kids!
This walk is FREE!
Please register your interest in this online form. We will send you a confirmation note when we receive your registration.
Time: 5pm. We should end at around 6.30pm, just before sunset.
Meeting point: Pasir Ris Park, Carpark C, meet near the first toilets nearest the entrance to the carpark. The meeting point is a short stroll from the Pasir Ris MRT station. See map
Q: Suitable attire?
A: Comfortable outdoors clothes and walking shoes. There may be mosquitoes in the mangroves, so you might want to wear long pants and a long-sleeved shirt or bring repellent.
Q: What should I bring?
A: Rain gear, camera. If you want to continue to explore the mangroves on your own after our walk, you might want to bring a small torch.
Q: Age restriction?
A: None as long as the participants are able to walk well and be responsible for their own well-being during the walk.
Q: What if I am late?
A: Just catch up with us on the boardwalk! We will start from the entrance closest to Carpark C (with red star on the image below) and take the first right turn towards the Mangrove Jetty on Sungei Tampines. We will end the walk near the pond.
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Q: What if it rains?
A: This is a rain-or-shine event. The Crabs will be there at regardless of the weather. Usually we are able to resume the walk once the rain stops. Please come prepared with rainwear. You make your own decision whether to come or not in the event of bad weather.
Do email us if you have any other questions email@example.com