The narrow stretch of seagrasses along the eastern edge of the Berlayar Creek boardwalk is still there!
Although there were some bare patches of sand and rock, much of the shore had good coverage of Spoon seagrasses (Halophila ovalis).
Tape seagrass (Enhalus acoroides) in deeper water.
Fan shells (Pinna sp.), small clumps of the tough Zebra coral (Oulastrea crispata) , and a few sponges. This is, however, a pale shadow of the shore before the boardwalk was built. I saw a lot more on this trip in Apr 2009.
wild shores of singapore blog.