Monday, June 20, 2016

The Understory - Mid Canopy Walk @ Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Extension [Singapore]

After the memorable visit to the exhilarating HSBC Treetop Walk, i can feel my heartstrings tugging me towards the canopy walk at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Extension when i saw the sign.

These photographs were taken more than six months ago, on New Year's Day, but i do remember vividly that i had the feeling this would be disappointment.

The concrete beams supporting the wooden planks only appeared a little more than half my height and i am considered as midget sized among my friends!

Good thing is that we were incredibly near to ground and could possibly "observe the different species of birds, insects, reptiles and small mammals that live among the shrubs, herbs and vines"; bad thing is this activity is not suitable for impatient people like me!

Even dad, who was way more patient like me, was just focused on walking straight until the end of the canopy walk. To be fair, it was drizzling just a few moments before and most living things would likely to be hiding from the rain.

Personally, i thought this would perform much better as a bouncing bridge for children even though this would inadvertently make the environment noisier and at the same time, less educational.

- The End -

p.s. short and sweet and i cannot imagine i have forgotten about my stash of photographs taken at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve earlier this year! More to come! :)

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