Sunset @ My Ulu Pandan: Animal Spotting with Ng Teong Lin

About the programme

The Ulu Pandan Canal that runs through Ghim Moh and Clementi plays host to herons, woodpeckers and otters! The greatest prize, however, is the grey-headed fish eagle that hunts here twice a day. Meet bird photographer Mr Ng and the rest of the eagle-spotting community at the Ulu Pandan Canal and catch this raptor on camera!

Book your tickets!

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Programme Details



Ticket Price

S$10 (excluding eventbrite service fee)


Start & End Point: Faber Heights Park (Pavilion)


Dress comfortably. Masks are mandatory.  Bring an umbrella in case it rains.

Bring along your own camera equipment (tripod, filters and other accessories) or a phone with an in-built camera

Participants must abide by the house rules set out by the host (eg. out-of-bound areas, use of toilet). Facilitators will brief participants before the start of the programme.

Please arrive 20 minutes before our scheduled meeting time for registration and temperature taking.

Please do not attend the event if you are feeling unwell.

Look out for our facilitators who will be wearing yellow or blue festival t-shirts.

Meet Ng Teong Lin!

Hello everyone! I am Mr Ng and I am a freelance photographer specializing in bird and nature photography! I come to the Pandan Canal almost daily to photograph the grey-headed fish eagle that hunts here twice a day. I am always accompanied by a very passionate group of bird photographers that station here for up to 3 to 4 hours – all of us waiting to capture that split second when the eagle dives into the canal to catch its prey!

While waiting for that instantaneous moment, many of us pass the time chatting about our photography and equipment, sharing our lives and routines. This is how our eagle-spotting community has grown over time and today we are a group of a few hundred photographers brought together by this raptor.

This coming August, I look forward to bring you with me to spot this unique bird and meet the many bird photographers that nest at this canal! Even if we don’t see the famed eagle, be rest assured that there are many other interesting creatures to spot along the Pandan Canal!