New Kingfisher Wetlands now open at Gardens By The Bay
The Kingfisher Lake and Lotus Pond have been connected as part of the latest enhancement.
Gardens By The Bay’s latest addition, the Kingfisher Wetlands, was recently launched on Nov 12.
The new freshwater sanctuary will let you further explore the diversity of flora and fauna at Gardens By The Bay, featuring more than 200 native true mangrove trees and mangrove associates.
The existing Kingfisher Lake and Lotus Pond have been connected through mini waterfalls to enhance the habitats and create new microhabitats, allowing the biodiversity of the water bodies to thrive.
During the launch of Kingfisher Wetlands, Minister for National Development and Minister-in-Charge of Social Services Integration Desmond Lee said: “The Kingfisher Wetlands contribute to our efforts to transform Singapore into a City in Nature, through which we are weaving nature more intensively into our urban fabric – even in the heart of downtown.”
Admission into the Kingfisher Wetlands is free of charge and the nature sanctuary will be open from 5am till 2am.
While you’re visiting the Kingfisher Wetlands, perhaps you could also consider taking a stroll down lanes of tulips at Gardens By The Bay’s Tulipmania in the Flower Dome.