Sentosa's Nature Discovery is a nature trail that winds around Imbiah Hill. There's an indoor information gallery, at the start of the trail, introducing visitors to the flora and fauna they would see during the short, one-hour walk.
The nature trail helps to educate people, especially kids, about the delicate eco-systems of Sentosa. The resort island is home to eight different types of habitats, including coastal rainforests, rocky seashores and wetlands.
If you look carefully, you may spot the endangered magpie robin, up to 30 'heritage' trees, insect-eating plants, and migratory butterflies.
The trail is free to all visitors, but guided tours are available at $8 per person. Nature photographers would be delighted to know that a series of workshops are held at the Sentosa Nature Discovery regularly.
Sentosa Nature Discovery is located at the Imbiah Lookout in Sentosa.
Sentosa Nature DiscoveryAddress: 40 Imbiah Road
Contact: (+65) 6736 8672
Operating Hours: Daily from 9am - 6pm (Last Entry 5.30pm).