This our last natural mainland reef is located next to the massive Pasir Panjang container terminal and near petrochemical plants on Pulau Bukom.
Jul 2016. It was a relief to see the seagrasses and corals here are alright. Although it was disturbing to see some oil blobs, and it seems many of the large coral colonies did not survive the mass bleaching event.
21 August 2017
Not only was this Changi shore impacted by the 300-tonne oil spill in the East Johor Strait, but a huge excavator was also seen digging it up a few months afterwards.
Today is the last possible morning tide in the year to survey this Changi shore that was impacted by the 300-tonne oil spill in the East Johor Strait in Jan 2017.
20 August 2017
We visit our favourite shores during the last series of predawn low tides of the year.
12 August 2017
We arrive in a drizzle which turned into a rainbow! At the end of the rainbow, a dugong feeding trail!