Immerse in the fascinating world that exists below the surface of Dragonfly and Kingfisher Lakes.
More than a scenic treat, the lakes are a rich source of aquatic life from fish to plants. These plants play a vital role in maintaining the right amount of nutrients in the lake by absorbing excess nitrogen and phosphorus. They help ensure better water quality by acting as a natural eco-filter and strategically located aquatic reeds also act as filter beds.
The beautiful dragonflies can be a little hard to spot as they fly amidst the plants and lakes. Head over to the binoculars for a close-up view!
The 440-metre boardwalk along the Dragonfly Lake is one of the many secret gems and a fantastic photographic spot.