How nice to share our beloved Sisters' Islands with wonderful visitors on the very first public walks conducted at Singapore's first Marine Park!
We depart from Pasir Panjang Ferry Terminal. This is a huge and busy terminal! So add plenty of time to find your way there. Parking is very limited (most lots are season parking).
Fluted giant clam not far from the dry part of the shore. A little bit of sloshing and we can have a look at this amazing animal that settled naturally in the lagoon, it was not planted here. There are also lots of corals around it, as well as at a 'coral garden' in another corner of the big lagoon.
Carpet anemones on the shore. They feel a little 'sticky' when we touch it gently (No poking!). This is because it is stinging our skin but our skin is too thick so we don't feel the stingers. But small animals like fishes and shrimps can be overcome by these stingers.
anemone shrimps that we often see living in the large Carpet anemones on Sisters Islands and our other shores.
Common sea stars as well as other curious creatures.
seagrasses on the island, which form an important underwater meadow where small fishes and creatures find shelter.
Long-tailed macaques on this island. But they will leave us alone if we do not bring food or plastic bags with us. These can be left on the ferry while we do the walk on the island.
NParks website. Hope to see you on one of our walks!