Just a stone's throw from the carpark was a plant that was full of this type of beetle. They look very much like a Leaf Beetle.
Moving further, there was a tree with a fungus beetle larvae. No adult fungus beetle was in sight.
Walking along a particular stretch of tall hedges, there were a number of the Hoplasoma unicolor flying around. The Hoplasoma unicolor seem to be in great abundance here.
Walking along a shaded trail, a tiny beetle caught my attention. It looked like a Net-winged Beetle but was completely black as compared to the bright red coloration of the other Net-winged Beetle found in Singapore.
This came as a pleasant surprise as I was not expecting to see this Tiger Beetle. In fact a few of them were busy running around the dead log.
Found a really tiny beetle, about 2mm. It was not an easy beetle to photograph, especially given the strong wind that was blowing at that time. Nevertheless, I managed to get a few decent shots of it.
Coming to a spot where there is a sand pit of sort, there were a few of this type of tiger beetle Cicndela aurulenta.