RFI Singapore

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Subject: RFI Singapore
From: "Wilsons" <>
Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2013 08:32:34 +1100
Hi all
I will be in Singapore for work next week but for once I will have a full free 
day (Saturday) to do some birding rather than my usual problem of trying to 
sneak in some quick sessions in the short gaps between daylight hours and 
office hours.  I've been looking at various sites on the net, including NSS 
Singapore (no outing that weekend), to work out places to go and I'm thinking 
that two areas probably worth focusing on are :

Sungei Buloh
Central Catchment/MacRitchie Reservoirs

I think getting to SB is straightforward, but is it easy to get from one to the 
other (or is taxi the best option)? Any recommended areas specifically at 
Central Catchment/MacRitchie as it seems there are several associated parks in 
the area.

Sunday morning (also free until about 10:30) I'll go to the Botanic Gardens if 
I'm feeling up for it - been there before but it's very pleasant.

What state of tide works best for Sungei Buloh?  The day I have free the tide 
is low at 7:30am (as centre opens) and high at 1:30pm.  From what I've read, 
ideally I think I'd want to be there 1st thing before it gets too busy.

I'm also going to look at birding pals to see who may be around but if anybody 
has a pal they have been out with before that they'd recommend I'm all ears.

Tom Wilson

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