Singapore Zoo is celebrating it’s 40th anniversary this year !
As part of the celebration, guests are invited to walk through a “Rainforest Trail” where you can discover heritage and the popular animal exhibits. More info here.
Those born in 1973 gets to enjoy 40% discounts off their tickets too.
Although the highlight will be the “Rainforest Trail”, we always recommend friends to visit “Fragile Forest” too. (let mouse deer, lemurs and bats entertain the kids).
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Thanks to WRS (Wildlife Reserves Singapore), we got two family packs to giveaway. Each pack contains tickets for 2 Adults and 2 Kids. Do take note tickets are only valid for 16th or 17th Mar.
1. Like SengkangBabies and WRS fanpage
2. Leave your Name and Email on our Fanpage
3. Simply tell us your favourite animal\insect\creature in the Zoo
4. Giveaway ends 14th Mar at 2359.
5. Two winners will be randomly picked and notified
ps.. If winners do not respond by 15Mar 5pm, another winner will be selected.
For the latest updates about Singapore Zoo’s birthday bash, pop by :
–> Zoo homepage
–> WRS Fanpage (which covers Night Safari, Birdpark and River Safari too)
–> click for Ticketing info
Image credits – Zoo posters above are from Zoo website.
Mention Jia Jia (嘉嘉) and Kai Kai (凯凯), and the kids know we are referring to Singapore Zoo’s (新加坡动物园) latest attractions. We know Pandas (熊貓) are cute, love to snack on bamboos, but do we know how they travel from China Sichuan to Singapore River Safari?
To help us understand how the Zoo is helping the Pandas to settle down, Singapore Zoo sent us a new picture book for review.
Kids now understand how the bear-VIPs travel from China to Singapore, their bamboo diet and friends, and why Pandas cannot eat Hainanese Chicken Rice (Too bad).
“A New Home For Kai Kai & Jia Jia” is available for sale at $24.50 from the Giant Panda Forest retail shop at River Safari. You might be interested to dig out more details about the Pandas :
–> Panda habitat
–> Wildlife Reserves Singapore fanpage
Judging from our kids’ Panda encounters in Taiwan and Hongkong, Daddy believes our kids will love Singapore’s Pandas too.