Despite being a busy port, Singapore’s waters are teeming with biodiversity. In 2014, our first Marine Park opened – Sisters’ Islands Marine Park is a designated protected area where outreach, conservation and research activities can take place. It is also home to Singapore’s first turtle hatchery. Here, smart technology is used to ensure that conditions are suitable for turtle eggs to be safely incubated.
Find out what makes our Marine Park unique.:
There are also two trails for diving enthusiasts to explore.:
Check out how turtle eggs are transported from mainland, to the safety of the hatchery:
Curious to learn more? Join our Burning Questions LIVE with a Marine Conservationist! RSVP by 2345, Monday 4 May 2020.