Favourite Memories from Our Wildlife Park Visits

When K was younger (she is now a teenager), she always exclaim "Singapore Zoo!" when asked where she wants to go on weekends and public holidays. When G was born, he showed great love for nature and animals too like his big sister. Needless to say our family always end up exploring and re-exploring the Singapore wildlife parks, particularly the Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park and River Safari. Note to self: bring the kids to experience the Night Safari this year.

Here are some of the kids' and our family's favourite memories at Singapore wildlife parks.
Photo op with the white tiger, Singapore Zoo 2007
K's first pony ride, Singapore Zoo 2008
Photo op with the giraffes, Singapore Zoo 2009
Photo op with the giant tortoise, Singapore Zoo 2010
Father's Day Celebration, River Safari 2013
G's first time at Water Play, Singapore Zoo 2013
G watching the hippo swim up close, Singapore Zoo 2014
K feeding a bird, Jurong Birk Park 2014
G having fun at the Birdz of Play, Jurong Bird Park 2014
G and the polar bear, Singapore Zoo 2015
At Singapore Zoo and River Safari 2015
How about you? What are your fondest memories at Singapore's wildlife parks? From now till 29 February 2016, you are invited to share your most treasured personal experiences at any of the world-renowned wildlife parks at Mandai through #MyMandai, an online photo-sharing event.

The public is encouraged to submit their favourite photos taken at Jurong Bird Park, Singapore Zoo, Night Safari and River Safari, on mymandai.com or on Instagram with the hashtag #MyMandai. The first 1,000 photo submissions will be rewarded with a S$10 Wildlife Reserves Singapore voucher each, which can be used in any food and beverage establishment across Jurong Bird Park, Singapore Zoo, Night Safari and River Safari. In addition, each week, a winner with the most interesting photo submission will receive a S$100 Wildlife Reserves Singapore food and beverage voucher. 

The #MyMandai online photo-sharing event honours Singapore’s 45 years of wildlife heritage and serves as a prelude to the proposed rejuvenation of the Mandai Nature Precinct. Collectively, the parks have helped parents nurture their kids, build friendships and cement relationships through truly fun-filled journeys which have inspired generations of Singaporeans through the wonders of Mother Nature. Now, the public can rekindle these beautiful memories and inspire the creation of new ones with #MyMandai. 

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