At one glance, many would think that this is just a wasteland, but a closer look reveals a wealth of wildlife - flora, fauna ... More
At one glance, many would think that this is just a wasteland, but a closer look reveals a wealth of wildlife - flora, fauna and exotic species like mudskippers, archer fish, wader birds, kingfishers, munias, herons and egrets. It is also witness to the rustic lives of the earlier natives, with wooden sluice gates, fresh water wells and fruit trees still remaining. Interestingly, a Buddhist temple sits in the middle of the mangroves and a smattering of unused ponds. Bring binoculars here in the morning when it is cooler.
I like KHATIB BONGSU because it tell us to take care of NATURE. And there have VERY RARE plants And insects. SOME of the SWAMP can be a quick SAND!! *so be carefull*. SOME people stay there with dogs and chickens, there ARE some MUDSKIPPERS and MUDCRAB TOO.
I like Khatib Bongsu because it has rare plants , very rare insects . It teaches us about nature and how to take care of nature.What I dislike about Khatib Bongsu is there are a lot of gigiantic pile of rubbish , and a lot of mosquitoes!There are mudskippers there ,some wild dogs , chickens, and there are people living there in Khatib Bongsu!Actually , this are not wild dogs , this dogs are the people pets. I Can say that Khatib Bongsu is very dangerous because there are some "BLACK SPITTING COBRA" there. So , when you go there , be sure to be armed with "DIGITAL CAMARA!"
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