Best time to travel to Singapore


Densely-populated world's leading business center still has room to host thousands of migratory birds


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Tiny Pacific Golden Plover overpasses nearly 14,000 km flying from Siberia to welcomingly hot Singapore. Local year-round summer climate with the temperatures rarely descending lower than 25 °C, draws marvellous chirping flying creatures from all over the world.

Black-naped oriole 2020
Black-naped oriole

Birdwatchers will be stunned with the great variety of birds observable across Singapore Natural Parks and Reserves during a migratory season that starts in September and continues to March. The most prominent species include Nordmann's Greenshank, Chinese Egret, Oriental Magpie-Robin, Black-naped Oriole, Oriental Pied Hornbill and many others.

Egret 2020

The most prized birdwatching spots include Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Central Catchment Nature Reserve and particularly, a famous TreeTop Walk and Pasir Ris Park known for the Mangrove Boardwalk.

Common Greenshank in Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve 2020
Common Greenshank in Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve