Nature and Sustainability Tour: Urban Wetlands [Oct]

Sun Oct 08 2023 at 08:30 am to 09:30 am

Gardens by the Bay, Satay by the Bay Bridge | Singapore

Gardens by the Bay
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Nature and Sustainability Tour: Urban Wetlands [Oct]
Join us for free guided walks to learn about climate change, biodiversity and sustainable features in the Gardens!
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Gardens by the Bay Nature & Sustainability Tours

Supported by Keppel

From sustainable design principles and energy-efficient solutions to flora and fauna in the outdoor gardens, many sustainability features remain to be discovered in Gardens by the Bay. Join our guided walking tours to learn about the importance and interconnectedness of the natural environment, biodiversity and climate change, made possible from Keppel Corporation through its philanthropic arm, Keppel Care Foundation.

There are currently 4 routes under the Nature and Sustainability tour. For more information on the other routes, pls visit

Urban Wetlands Tour
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The Urban Wetlands Tour brings visitors around Kingfisher Wetlands, one of the most popular sites for bird-watching within Bay South Gardens. Through this outdoor nature walk, expose yourself to the sights and sounds of this urban wetlands and discover the native flora and fauna within, the sustainable concept behind its design and the role of urban wetlands in the face of climate change.

Date: Every Saturday and Sunday, 8.30am – 9.30am
Meeting point: Satay by the Bay bridge
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Limited slots are available and registration is based on first-come, first-served basis. Registration begins on the first Wednesday of every month, for the following month. (Eg. Tours in February will open for registration on the first Wednesday of January.)

Kindly book for only one date per tour per month so as to give others a chance to experience the tour.


Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Gardens by the Bay, Satay by the Bay Bridge, 12 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore, Singapore


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