Butterfly Walk at Bukit Brown

Date : 21 Oct 2023
Time : 9am - 12pm
Location : Bukit Brown

Note: Meeting Point and other details will be emailed to confirmed participants after the closing date.

Members only - Registration Needed

A cemetery that was estimated to have 100,000 tombs within 86 hectares of secondary forest and semi-open landscape. The cemetery was named after George Henry Brown, a British trader and proprietor at Collyer Quay in the 1850s. Join Kang Min and explore this historical landmark. You can expect to see butterfly species that feed on grasses and herbs like the Blue Pansy, Striped Albatross and Common Grass Yellow, as well as forest-dependent butterfly species such as the Banded Line Blue, Common Palmfly, Common Rose, Commander and Horsfield’s Baron

Participants are to be well on the day of the activity, and must wear a mask if they are coughing or sneezing. NSS reserves the right to turn away participants who are unwell on the day.
9am – 12pm
Trip Leader:
Dr Ngo Kang Min


To register, please register at:


- The walk is reserved for NSS members only.

- Non-members may be accepted if there are excess places after the closing date.

- Participating non-members may sign up for NSS membership during or after the walk.

- Registration is on a first-come-first-serve basis.

- Registration will close earlier once the maximum number of participants is reached.

- Only confirmed participants will be contacted by email with details on the meeting time and place.

Closing Date
13 October 2023, Friday

Maximum No. of Participants

20 pax


- Participants will be accepted on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Things to Bring

Bring along a pair of binoculars, sun-hat, water for hydration, rain gear and wear proper walking shoes and wear light appropriate clothing and/or use insect repellent to prevent insect bites.


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