Singapore’s first marine park is still under development, but there is already much biodiversity there that members of the public can see on guided walks.
At the 40ha Sisters’ Islands Marine Park, you can get up close to worms, crabs, fish, moon snails, a host of anemone and corals and even a striking nudibranch.
Life!Weekend saw these marine life forms when we joined a recent guided tour for the public.
Organised by the National Parks Board, the first introductory guided walks at the park took place over two days earlier last month. The walks were fully subscribed with about 90 members of the public being given the opportunity to observe the marine life at Big Sister’s Island.
The upcoming public guided walks to the Marine Park this month have been fully subscribed, and there are no tours next month as the tides are not favourable.
Slots for the walks in November will open on Oct 1 at midnight. Details can be found here.