10 Things to Do in Singapore Without Spending a Dime

  

7. Sungei Buloh

Sungei Buloh is a wetland reserve on the North West corner of Singapore. When migratory birds come in from across the world, you’ll catch some rare sights here if you wait long enough. Common greenshank, whimbrel, Mongolian plover, common redshank, curlew sandpiper, cinnamon bittern and yellow bittern are some of the many birds you can see while visiting the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. If you are lucky, you may spot the rare milky stork, lesser whistling-duck and smooth otters. You will also be able to see Saltwater crocodiles. Admission is free if you come in on a weekday.

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