Events

Lots of events are planned throughout 2018. From family walks on our shores and reefs, to exhibitions and talks. There's also lots of opportunities to make a difference for our reefs!

Here are some of the events you can expect in 2008!

ALL YEAR ROUND!

Sisters Islands Marine Park Intertidal Walks with NParks
Public walk at Sisters Island Marine Park (14 Aug 2014)
The Sisters Islands Marine Park was established in 2014 as a result of the Singapore Blue Plan 2009 submitted in the last International Year of the Reef 2008 celebrations! Volunteers now offer free guided walks at low tide at Big Sisters Islands. Check out corals, anemones and other marine wonders. More on the NParks website.


Chek Jawa Intertidal Walks with Ubin NParks
Chek Jawa intertidal public walk by NParks
A guided walk for the entire family to explore this now famous shore and the new boardwalk. There is plenty to see on the vast seagrass meadows and other amazing shore ecosystems. Sea stars as big as your face, giant sea anemones, crabs and more! More on the NParks website.


Chek Jawa Boardwalk Tour with the Naked Hermit Crabs
Chek Jawa boardwalk tour with the Naked Hermit Crabs
Specially for families and kids, volunteer guides introduce the coastal forest, mangroves as well as other intertidal habitats on this walk. There's lots to see even if the tide is not low. More on the Adventures with the Naked Hermit Crabs blog


Pulau Hantu dives with the Hantu Bloggers
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A unique and educational dive experience in our very own reefs. Discover what is truly, uniquely Singapore! Your support helps the Hantu Blog monitor and document Hantu's fascinating living reefs on a regular basis. More on the Hantu Blog.


Pasir Ris Mangrove Boardwalk Tour with the Naked Hermit Crabs
Pasir Ris Mangrove boardwalk tour with the Naked Hermit Crabs
Specially for families and kids, volunteer guides introduce this boardwalk just minutes from Pasir Ris MRT. Giant mudskippers, lots of crabs and amazing mangrove trees. If we're lucky, we might spot otters too. More on the Adventures with the Naked Hermit Crabs blog


TeamSeagrass monitoring of Singapore's seagrass meadows!
TeamSeagrass volunteers celebrating National Day on Cyrene Reef
Ordinary people CAN make a difference! This team of volunteers from all walks of life regularly monitor our seagrasses. The data gathered will help us better understand and manage our seagrass meadows. More details on the teamseagrass blog.