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Tuesday, July 10, 2012

~ Chek Jawa Wetlands (Low Tide) Guided Tour - Part 3 ~

Chek Jawa is a beautiful place. Natural settings, refreshing air and there are so much to discover and learn. We spotted many anemone (but no nemos ^_^). The children knew from "Finding Nemo" that anemone stings so they are keeping their hands off and admiring them from afar.

You can find many sea anemones of different sizes and colour.


Fiddler crabs can be spotted too! 


This crab was found entagled within the spider web. Was it being captured?

I love the greenery and sinking my feet into the sand bed.

After two hours of learning journey, its time to end our wetlands tour. We made our climb back on the bridge.

This is how the wetlands looked like during low tide. Filled with sand and sea grass.




We walked through the mangrove swamps and headed back to the Visitor Centre.

Chek Jawa's Visitor Centre (House No. 1)

As the tide rises, the waters is slowly moving in and consuming the green belt.

The crystal clear waters at the quarry.

It has been a unqiue and enjoyable trip at Chek Jawa low tide tour. The guides who took the different groups have been marvellous and superdly helpful! Despite the downpour, they arrived on time and checked out the area before guiding the visitors through.

We would love to be back again for another trip once the renovation works is complete. Hopefully in a better weather condition and to discover more marine life. This tour is not to be missed and truly a memorable learning experience for our family. We Will Be Back! ^_^

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