Visit to the Singapore River Safari


All Posts, Let's Go Out! / Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014

On Christmas Eve, we brought our girls to check out the River Safari. Thanks to corporate pass from Ayah’s work place we get to go for free! Trips like this should be made compulsory at least twice a year just because it is so fun and educational for the girls. Though they may not remember them when they grow up, but time spent telling them about the animals and showing them the many wonders in life, it is great family bonding time.

Sharing some photos from that day…
[image type=”bottom” width=”500″ align=”center” caption=”Look Mum! Ducks!”] [/image]

[image type=”bottom” width=”500″ align=”center” caption=”Fish! Can eat?”] [/image]

[image type=”bottom” width=”500″ align=”center” caption=”What the hell is this huge thing? As tall as the kids!”] [/image]

[image type=”bottom” width=”500″ align=”center” caption=”What weird eyes this creature has.”] [/image]

[image type=”bottom” width=”500″ align=”center” caption=”Ohhh… panda… and what are these black things on it?”] [/image]

[image type=”bottom” width=”500″ align=”center” caption=”And after 30 minutes of queueing, we saw this lazy panda sitting and munching. The other one was no where in sight.”] [/image]

[image type=”bottom” width=”500″ align=”center” caption=”At least Ayra got to Hi-5 with one”] [/image]

[image type=”bottom” width=”500″ align=”center” caption=”And even worn a bib willingly for the first time”] [/image]

[image type=”bottom” width=”500″ align=”center” caption=”Throughout the entire day, Zara was with us too. And she just stared blankly at everything we try to show her. Either that or sleep.”] [/image]

Between the Zoo and River Safari, personally I feel that the Zoo is a better place for family outings and there are more things to see too. Now that we’ve covered these two, next up probably the Bird Park?