SWWD: Dragonfly Walk at Lorong Halus Wetlands

Date : 31 Mar 2024
Time : 0900h - 1030h
Location : Lorong Halus Wetlands

Participants will be confirmed after the closing date. More details will be made known then.

Open to the Public

World Water Day is held on 22 March every year since 1993, to celebrate freshwater and to raise awareness of the 2.2 billion people living without access to safe water.
Lorong Halus Wetlands, located along the eastern bank of Serangoon Reservoir, collects and treats water passing through the former landfill, before it flows into the reservoir, thus safeguarding the quality of water in the reservoir.

Join Robin Ngiam and Lena Chow to explore the water filtration ponds at the Lorong Halus Wetlands and admire various dragonfly species e.g. Dancing Dropwings, Common Scarlets, Blue Perchers, Variegated Green Skimmers, which are regularly found at this unique place.

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.

This walk is conducted in conjunction with PUB's celebrations for Singapore World Water Day in March 2024.

To register to attend the walk, please visit:

- Registration will close earlier once the maximum number of participants is reached.
- Participants will be confirmed after the closing date.
- Only confirmed participants will be contacted by email with details on the meeting time and place.
- If you do not receive it in your Inbox, kindly check your junk/spam mail.

Closing Date
22 Mar '24,

Max. No. of Participants
15 pax

Things to Bring
Bring a hat and 1l water bottle, poncho/umbrella for wet weather. Optional items include sunblock, camera, notebook and writing materials

For enquiries, please contact Kerry at

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