|A4 poster on wildsingapore flickr for free download|
The shore is just off Rasa Sentosa.
|A4 poster on wildsingapore flickr for free download.|
|While some of the Team are monitoring on the left,|
others are being interviewed for a TV programme on the right.
|Families having a great time|
during a Naked Hermit Crab walk at Tg. Rimau Sentosa
Here's more about the Sentosa guided walk:
From "Sentosa au naturel"
by Sarah Roxanne Sim Straits Times 12 Apr 13;
also on wildsingapore news
Where: A five-minute walk from Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort. The coast, which is the last remaining natural coastline on Sentosa, is behind the hotel.
What: Wildlife enthusiasts can glimpse monitor lizards and kingfishers and anemones such as the sea mat zoanthid at Tanjong Rimau, a relatively unspoilt shore.
Expect to see a 7ha forest, filled with trees such as the podocarpus polystachyus, commonly known as the sea teak, perched atop a cliff that Nature Society Singapore experts estimate has been holding up since the pre-Jurassic era.
If you are lucky, and have eagle eyes, you may even spy a macaque strolling by, or a sea cockroach darting across the sand.
Info: Call Sentosa on 6736-8672 or e-mail email@example.com to schedule a free guided tour. As the area's colourful rocks are slippery, the occasional high tides can pose a danger to the uninitiated. Visitors should join the Sentosa team's guided tour instead of going unaccompanied.
More about Sentosa
- Sentosa on wildsingapore: how to get there, what to see and do.
- Sentosa on wild shores of singapore: field trips and issues.
- Sentosa Tg Rimau photos of marine life on wildsingapore flickr. See also photos of Sentosa Serapong and Sentosa reefs lost to reclamation for the Resorts World Sentosa development.