Presenting Sungei Buloh Wetlands Reserve, 20th April 2002

Following the announcement by Minister Mah Bow Tan, on the gazettement of Sungei Buloh, the reserve is given a new lease of life. As of 20 April 2002, we are pleased to present ...

Our new name: To better reflect Sungei Buloh's status as a nature reserve, it was named Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.

Our new branding: The mangrove tree is the most visible and permanent part of the mangrove landscape. It represents the health of the mangrove ecosystem. The heron in flight highlights the unique selling point of Sungei Buloh, the birds. It also represents Sungei Buloh's importance on the international conservation scene.

Our new website address: Sungei Buloh's website has moved to a new domain at < <> >

In addition, catch our new video, "Where Mangroves and Wetland Wildlife Thrive" the next time you visit the wetland reserve!

Source: Wong Tuan Wah & Linda Goh, National Parks Board.