Just like every time we are about to move out of a country hubby wakes up and wants to do all the things he didn’t have time to do the whole 4 years we lived there. 🙄😂

On today’s agenda was going all the way to the north of the island just across the Malaysian border for a walk at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.

SUNGEI BULOH WETLAND RESERVE IS A fresh spark of natural greenery and rich biodiversity, something which is largely uncommon in Singapore. The unique rustic charm is especially beautiful around the mangrove areas. In many ways, it almost feels like you’re entering the tropical rainforest of Malaysia or Indonesia

But in fact you are here in the far northwestern area of Singapore in a unique wildlife haven. Sungei Buloh, Singapore’s first ASEAN Heritage Park, has its trails pass through coastal areas, forest trails, mid-canopy walks and migratory bird trails. The entire route covers the distance of 3,700 meters. The reserve is an important stopover point for over 150 species of exotic migratory birds from as far as Alaska, Siberia, Northern China and Australia, making this an important ecological site forming the East Asian Australasian Shorebird Site Network.

When I did the Around the Island Walk Challenge, 4 years ago I was lucky I got to see a lot of the slightly out of the way parts of Singapore. I talked about it but we never managed to go back. Well another mission accomplished today.

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