Since time and tide waits for no man, it's up to us to find out about the tides when we plan a trip to the shore.
I will be presenting on tides and our shores this Friday at November's Leafmonkey Workshop for Nature Guides - Life Between the Tides.
In preparation for the workshop, I discovered these online tide information.
Some include links to downloadable PDFs of hourly tides. Do note that different locations in Singapore have slightly different tide heights and tide times.
- Tides on the NEA website minimum and maximum tides; for the current and coming month.
- Tuas tide tables on the Raffles Marina website: for the current and coming month.
- West Coast tide tables on the Republic of Singapore Yacht Club website: for the current and coming month.
- Changi and Sembawang tide tables on the SAF Yacht Club website: for the entire year.
- Sembawang tide tables on the Changi Sailing Club website: for the entire year.
- Pulau Ubin tides on the Pulau Ubin NParks website: for the entire year.
- Tides for mangrove researchers: Predicted values and tide tables by Sivasothi