The Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is a nature reserve located in the Northwest area of Singapore
. It is the first wetlands reserve to be gazetted in Singapore in the year 2002, and its global importance as a stop-over point for migratory birds was also recognised by the Wetlands International's inclusion of the reserve into the East Asian Australasian Shorebird Site Network. The reserve, with an area of 130 hectares, was listed as an ASEAN Heritage Park in 2003.
The government formally announced on 10 November 2001 that the park will be accorded nature reserve status, a step which protects the area from any unauthorised destruction or alteration.Amongst the many birds that can be spotted feeding on the diverse fauna variety of worms and mollusks.The reserve where visitors can observe the flora and fauna in the surroundings in tranquility and at a distance from the animals and birds.Since its inception, the Reserve had provided nature education programs as well as a volunteer guide programme for schools and the general public.On 25 August 2007, a wireless learning trail was launched at Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve.