Run in Singapore’s first ASEAN Heritage Park and get close to nature and wildlife. Explore mangroves, bird-watching, spot wetland wildlife and enjoy the flora and fauna. 

The Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is the first nature reserve in Singapore that has been listed as an ASEAN Heritage Park in 2003. Till date, it has expanded to include a total of 202 ha of mangroves, mudflats, ponds, and forests for the beautiful and precious wildlife species. Many new structures have been built to encourage visitors to learn about the heritage and nature of this place, such as the brand new visitor centre along Kranji way which makes it accessible by public transport.

Visitors can expect to see birds stopping by the reserve when they migrate from Siberia to Australia for the winter.

There are 2 suggested visitor routes, namely a 500m mangrove boardwalk route and a 3km nature trail.

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Route at a glance:

Suitable for: Short runs (Less than 5 km)
Surface: Pavement
Profile: Flat
Suitable for night runs? No
Parking information:
If you are driving, take Lim Chu Kang Road, turn into Neo Tiew Road and then into Neo Tiew Crescent. Alternatively, take Kranji Road and turn into Neo Tiew Crescent. There is free parking at the Reserve.
Public transportation:
Mondays to Saturdays
By Bus: Board SMRT Bus 925 at Kranji MRT Station. Alight at Kranji Reservoir carpark for a 15-minute walk to the Reserve. You can also take the Kranji Countryside Express bus from the MRT station, which will bring you just outside the Reserve.

Sundays and Public Holidays
By Bus: SMRT Bus 925 stops at the Reserve’s entrance.

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Sungei Buloh by Run Zee Zun
Sungei Buloh by Run Zee Zun

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