Located over 130 hectares on the northwestern tip of Singapore, this corner of green offers a natural escape from city life, attracting mainly nature enthusiasts and birdwatchers but never suffering from overcrowding. Spread over a large area and offering a selection of trails and lookout huts, this is an ideal place for a leisurely hike. Early mornings and late evenings are best for the birdlife, which is abundant, while daylight hours feature lumbering monitor lizards and the odd wild crocodile. Recent additions to the park include a raised coastal boardwalk with unique wooden viewing pods.

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, 301 Neo Tiew Crescent, tel: 6794 1401

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