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Young Nautilus
85 reviews
Founded by educators equipped with degrees in Life Science and Marine Biology, Young Nautilus is an education enrichment partner for schools and families that provide fun and engaging science learning journeys. By fostering a deeper understanding of the world and the dynamic changes that shape it, they enrich what is taught in the MOE syllabus. Most importantly, Young Nautilus' educators are equipped with the pedagogy skills required to inspire participants’ learning through application and critical thinking activities. Together with their patience and enthusiasm in sharing their passion of marine wildlife to the young ones, your kids are sure to learn a lot as they are encouraged to explore and ask away!

What Guests Say

362 reviews

Very knowledgeable young guide who knew how and where to search for marine wildlife. However, given that Changi Beach is not big, we found the tour to be a bit overpriced.


My young kids enjoyed the outing a lot! Definitely something they cannot learn from school. Will want to come back again :)

Geraldine Xiao

Great trip with Yi Ming. Friendly and patient instructor. Tried hard to explain in detail and spot the animals for us. Fun morning out!


My daughters & I had a brilliant day with nautilus-they loved the facts & insights rockpooling & also the responsibility of helping do a beach clean up & categorising the debris. The highlight wa...


Guide Xiaoyun was knowledgeable on the marine life around the intertidal area, she was also thoughtful for bringing items for wet weather


Love the nature sea life creatures and awesome findings with warmly hosts even with unexpected weather changes.. Thumbs up for the adventure n hosts to me and BFF.

Siti Maimun Binte Syed Abdullah

The experience was comfortable, easy and interesting. Our guide, Vivian, was very willing to share her knowledge with us and made an effort to spot as many creatures as possible. It was a small group of 5, allow...


Helpful Questions

What are some popular intertidal walks in Singapore?
Some popular intertidal walks in Singapore include Chek Jawa, Labrador Nature Reserve, Sisters' Islands Marine Park, Pulau Ubin, and Changi Beach Park.
What can I expect to see during an intertidal walk in Singapore?
During an intertidal walk in Singapore, you can expect to see various marine creatures such as crabs, sea stars, mollusks, anemones, and even small reef sharks. You may also encounter unique tidal pools, coral reefs, and mangrove forests.
Are there any guided intertidal walks available in Singapore?
Yes, there are guided intertidal walks available in Singapore. Organizations like the National Parks Board, Wild Singapore, and various nature groups offer guided walks led by knowledgeable guides who can provide insights into the diverse marine life and ecosystems found in the intertidal zones.
What is the best time to go for an intertidal walk in Singapore?
The best time to go for an intertidal walk in Singapore is during low tide. The exact timing varies, so it is advisable to check tide tables beforehand. This will ensure that more of the intertidal zone is exposed, allowing you to explore and observe a greater variety of marine life.
Do I need any special equipment or attire for an intertidal walk in Singapore?
It is recommended to wear comfortable clothes and footwear suitable for walking on uneven and slippery surfaces. It is also advisable to bring sun protection, such as hats and sunscreen, as well as insect repellent. It may be helpful to bring along a camera, binoculars, or a field guide to enhance your experience.
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