"Intertidal walk" Pulau Semakau Things to Do Tip by bladedragon
Pulau Semakau Things to Do: 6 reviews and 10 photos
When the tide is low at Semakau, you can catch many interesting marine animals, to name some we encountered there were: octopus, stingray, flatworm, nudibranch, jellyfish, etc.
Check Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research (RMBR) website for details, walk schedules and booking of the walk.
Price for a guided walk for adults is $53.50 and for students is $40.60, all inclusive of 7% GST.
The price covers transfer by boat from Marina South Pier to Semakau and return.
Below is a typical programme schedule for the intertidal walk (the timing depends on low tide):
3.30pm: Arrive at Marina South Pier
3.45-4.30pm: Depart for Semakau Landfill
4.30-5.30pm: Landfill tour cum video presentation by NEA staff
5.30-7.45pm: Intertidal walk
7.45-8pm: Wash up
8pm: Depart Semakau Landfill
8.45pm: Arrive at Marina South Pier (MSP)
(note: Return time to MSP is an estimate. Do make allowance for any delays in returning).
Directions: The walk will be at the west coast of Semakau Island (where the original Semakau Island is)
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