Sign up with us, and our volunteer guides will take you around Chek Jawa on the boardwalk. We will walk about 1.1 km on the boardwalk, climb up a 20m high viewing tower (Jejawi Tower) for a panoramic view of the surroundings, and then end off with a drawing/sketching session at the English Cottage.
The biodiversity at Chek Jawa is rich. The boardwalk runs through the mangrove as well as the coastal regions. You should be able to see interesting plants and animals. There are many species of mudskippers, fiddler crabs, tree-climbing crabs, monitor lizards and even snakes. Chek Jawa is also rich in bird life. There are frequent sightings of hornbills, white-bellied sea eagles, herons, woodpeckers, sharmas, kingfishers and at this time of the year, migratory shorebirds at low tide.
|orange fiddler crabs on the mudflats|
|families exploring Chek Jawa from the mangrove boardwalk|
Time: 9:30 for 2 hours
Meeting place: Chek Jawa Boardwalk on Pulau Ubin
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Hope to see you soon!
Enjoy the rest of the photos taken at our walks in 2013.
|Encounter with wild boar|
|down the trail|
|Malayan Water Monitor Lizard|
|Oriental Whip Snake|
|Foot (claw) prints seen at low tide|
|Grey heron feeding at low tide|
|On the coastal boardwalk|