More introductory guided walks to Singapore's Marine Park have been ended till the end of the year
Photo: NPark's website
Sisters’ Islands Marine Park (Photo: NPark's website)
More introductory guided walks to the Sisters' Islands Marine Park have been added.
In addition to the guided walks in August which have been fully taken up, more have been added till the end of the year.
Each guided walk which lasts about two and a half hours, will take up to 15 visitors.
The groups, led by trained volunteer guides, are kept small so as not to harm the marine life.
Those who are interested are encouraged to sign up a month before the tour and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
More information can be found onnparks.gov.sg/sistersislandsmarinepark
The introductory guided walks offers opportunities for the public to understand and appreciate marine biodiversity.
The Sisters' Islands Marine Park span about 40 hectares around Sisters' Islands and along the western reefs of both Saint John's Island and Pulau Tekukor.
It's the latest marine biodiversity conservation initiative by the National Parks Board or NParks.
It's chosen for its variety of habitats including coral reefs, sandy shores and seagrass areas.
Minister of State for National Development, Desmond Lee, visited the Marine Park today.
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