FAQs Advanced Search Advanced Search Close Panel All of these words This exact phrase Any of these words Without these words Search within: NParksWhole of Government Expand All Collapse All Top 5 Most Popular FAQsNature Conservation and Nature Reserves1. Are there any resting stops along the 11km-route of the TreeTop Walk? A Ranger Station is located at the cross road of the 11 km- hiking route (Route 4) around the MacRitchie Reservoir. It serves as a convenient resting point, with basic amenities such as toilets and a water cooler, and an information kiosk for users. There are no vending machines or food vendors in the reserve. Be sure to bring enough water with you. Carry water bottles and snacks in a backpack to avoid attracting the monkeys and refrain from eating in their presence. There are also no litter-bins in the reserves so carry your litter with you and dispose in a bin outside the forest. There are also two shelters at the 2.8 km and 5 km mark along the route. Visitors who need assistance outside the office hours can contact our 24-hour helpline at 1800 4717 300 2. How can schools book the Learning Journeys at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve? To book learning journeys at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, please email the following contact persons at least one month in advance. Please include your school/group, the number of students/people and your preferred dates and time (Mondays to Fridays, except on public holidays) at either 9.30 am and/or 3.30 pm in the email.Contact Person: Mr Rajendran, Mr Abubakar or Ms SriEmail: email@example.com 3. How many people can the Treetop Walk accommodate? For the comfort and enjoyment of all visitors, we will be restricting visitor numbers to 30 persons at any one time as well as visitor flow. The traffic along the walkway is one-way. Therefore, visitors will enter via the ranger post at Bukit Peirce and exit at Bukit Kalang and continue on to the Petaling Trail. 4. What can I do on Pulau Ubin? Some of the popular activities that visitors can participate in include cycling, hiking, camping, nature appreciation, and fishing. For more information on the activities, please click here. 5. What can be seen at Chek Jawa Wetlands? The Chek Jawa Wetlands is a large expanse of sand and mudflats covered by the sea during high tides, home to some of Singapore's richest ecosystems. Chek Jawa is unique in that several ecosystems and habitats can be seen in one area - sandy beach, rocky beach, seagrass lagoon, coral rubble, mangroves, and coastal forest.