How delightful to see jellyfishes large and small, bob into Pasir Ris mangroves at high tide!
The tide was rising, and we saw lots of animals as they crept up trees and high places to avoid the incoming water. Like these snails.
tree climbing crabs.
Oriental pied hornbill.
Teruntum merah that was in full bloom!
Dog faced water snakes swimming in the water. And we also saw a Mangrove snake eel swimming about. So far, I usually see these animals moving more actively at night!
Malayan water monitor lizard that has climbed up a tree to get out of the incoming tide.
Ubin, Sayang website. Being so convenient. R.U.M. held training on mangroves at Pasir Ris recently.
Pasir Ris Park mangroves are just 10 minutes from Pasir Ris MRT and just next to DownTown East. It has educational and interesting panels so you can explore it on your own. It is the only mangrove boardwalk that is open 24/7. A night trip to here can be quite amazing. And here's more about why Pair Ris mangroves are so awesome.
The Naked Hermit Crabs hold free guided walks for families at Pasir Ris Park every now and then. Check out their blog for the latest announcements of a Pasir Ris walk.