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Nature Society of Singapore

What the Nature Society does:

  • Organise nature appreciation activities like guided nature walks, bird and butterfly watching, slide talks and overseas eco-trips.
  • Conduct conservation projects and surveys.
  • Collaborate with schools and community groups to promote nature appreciation and education.
  • Campaign for the protection of natural habitats.

Visit the website

Download Nature Watch Magazine

Tampines Eco-Green

Tampines Eco Green is an eco-friendly park that offers a sanctuary for flora and fauna and a place for nature recreation.

With various natural habitats such as open grasslands, freshwater wetlands and a secondary rainforest, the park is a haven for biodiversity and a great place for visitors to enjoy the best of nature.

Visit the website 

Visit the Facebook page for photos


Read Lavanya Prakash's blog about Tampines Eco Green

Wild City is available to viewers from UWCSEA

As a not-for-profit  educational institution we make this copy available for teachers from UWCSEA to be used for teaching purposes at UWCSEA. 

Pursuant to information as of 2012
© 2008, 2012 Intellectual Property Office of Singapore

This copy made on 22 April 2015 from Channel News Asia

Wild City - Hidden Wild (Part 1)

Wild City - Urban Wild (Part 2)

National Parks - Singapore


Dryland tropical rainforests, mangroves and coral ecosystems are some of the key habitats found in Singapore.

Visit the biodiversity page

Look at these Powerpoint slides to learn more about the wildlife that you might find in Singapore and how to behave when you encounter wildlife in our National Parks.

Pulau Ubin

Pulau Ubin is the last "kampung" in Singapore. Visit the Wild Singapore website