Still wondering what to do during the March holidays? Join our magical Mangroves Marine March to Labrador and Keppel Island!
Explore part of our Southern waterways on a nature walk all about mangroves and corals from Berlayer Creek to Marina at Keppel Bay during the March holidays on 18 March Friday morning!
Our Southern shores are usually forgotten due to the prominence of Sentosa Island and West Coast Park. But did you know that there is a rich biodiversity at Labrador mangroves and unseen marine life at Keppel Bay?
Join our march to the magical mangroves and marine habitats down South, learn more about conservation efforts and do your part for the environment.
Mangrove forest awaits at Berlayer Creek. The trees and plants have adapted to growing in salty, oxygen-poor mud and host a large variety of flora and fauna. Did you know that Berlayer Creek has over 30 species of mangrove plants? This rich habitat draws plenty of unique animals such as Giant Mudskippers, Tree-climbing Crabs, Archerfish, water birds like Little Heron, White-breasted Waterhen, Collared Kingfisher, Owls among many others.
Our professional nature guide Andrew Tay will be bringing participants along the Berlayer Creek and Bukit Chermin Boardwalk.
Open your eyes and look above for soaring birds, flourishing plants and you might even see the otters swimming by.
Look Below! Keppel Bay Coral Walk @ Marina at Keppel Bay
The second half of the excursion is a Little Day Out exclusive Coral Walk at the private pontoons at Marina at Keppel Bay. This is a very popular walk and booked within seconds of launch. Why? Where else can you see corals in the city?
Corals in the wild may elude those who do not dive nor snorkel. The clear waters and strong currents at Marina at Keppel Bay helps corals and their inhabitants to thrive. Guides from Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum will be taking participants to check out the corals beneath the pontoons.
Enjoy the kaleidoscope of colours and patterns, check out the hard and soft corals, sea fans and anemones. Creatures such as Butterfly Fish, Common Seahorse, Sea Urchins, threatened Tiger Tail Seahorse frequent the reefs too!
Little Day Out’s Mangroves Marine March
Two habitats in one excursion! Join us, sign up here now!
Date: 18 March 2022, Friday
Time: 8.30 am to 11.00 am
Distance: 2.5 km
Recommended: For children ages 7 and above. Every child below 12 has to be accompanied by an adult.
The walk starts promptly at 8.30 am. The start point is Labrador MRT Exit A ground level and the end point is Marina at Keppel Bay.
We have extremely limited spots available, do reserve your spots fast!
This programme is jointly brought to you by Marina at Keppel Bay, Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum and Little Day Out.
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