In collaboration with the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, ELSA has curated an educational trail through the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Unlike science and biodiversity tours, our trail guides will use nature as a springboard to discuss wider legal and policy issues from an environmental perspective. Beyond scientific knowledge, participants will gain insights into important environmental issues such as bioprospecting, illegal wildlife trafficking, urban planning and management, and more.
This trail runs through a 6-hectare sized slice of Singapore’s primary tropical rainforest, situated in the Central Core of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Singapore Botanic Gardens. The boardwalk trail takes an hour to complete at a leisurely pace, giving everyone ample time to appreciate the flora and fauna around this precious piece of natural heritage.