The Kranji Countryside comprises large area of agro-cultural farms located at the Lim Chu Kang – Kranji District bounded by the Kranji Reservoir, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is within the vicinity. Visitors can visit organic vegetable farm, goat dairy, quail farm, aqua-cultural farms, hydroponics farm, flower nurseries and dine at the famous Bollywood Veggies.
The Kranji Countryside is also heaven to fauna and flora. The Kranji Marshes is the remaining freshwater marshland habitat in Singapore. The rich marshes encroached the reservoir are home to many rare water birds and plants. There are several disused country roads that connected to some remote corners of the area that is worthwhile exploring for nature lovers and weekend hikers.
Walking on the kilometre long gigantic Kranji Water Pipeline is one interesting way to enjoy the fauna and Flora of the Kranji Countryside. The pipeline runs adjacent to the reservoir over swampy marshes, shady woodlands, shrubby bushes, hidden ponds and no man’s orchards. This is definitely nice and pleasant stroll on the pipeline to enjoy nature without getting your feet wet.
EDU’s experienced nature guides can take you on an unforgettable and fruitful eco exploration at the Kranji Countryside. Beautiful kingfishers, elegant egrets, weaving birds, strange plants, colourful butterflies and unfamiliar local fruits and familiar vegetables can be found around the area. A beautiful morning with nature, listening to the birds, smelling the flowers, enjoying and scenic outdoors, is certainly an enjoyment and experience that will bring refreshment for every participants.
A visit to the Green Circle Organic farm and lunch at the Bollywood Veggies are best ways to round up the trip.