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Free entry for kids to Jurong Bird Park & S’pore Zoo with paying adult from Oct. 1 – Oct. 31, 2019

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Eileen Lee | October 2, 05:59 pm

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From Oct.1 – 31, 2019, kids between three to 12 years old will be able to enter Jurong Bird Park and Singapore Zoo for free with every paying adult.

Online prices for an adult ticket costs S$25.50 at Jurong Bird Park and S$37 at the Singapore Zoo for off-peak periods.

On-site prices may differ.

Learn about plastic waste

This is part of  Wildlife Reserves Singapore’s efforts to conserve biodiversity.

The organisation  has rolled out three different activities for kids to learn about plastic waste in our environment, as animals often mistake plastic for food or become entangled in them.

1. Shore Debris Table 

Image from Wildlife Reserves Singapore

The activity features interactive art installations, where kids sieve through real sand collected from Singapore’s beaches to find microplastics and learn what happens when these plastics are not discarded properly.

Kids can also use the plastic pieces to create something for their friends, helping to spread the message about plastic pollution.

Date:s Oct. 4, 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27, and Oct. 28, 2019

Time: 10:00am – 4:00pm

Location: Jurong Bird Park (Penguin Coast) and Singapore Zoo (Frozen Tundra)

2. Recycle Racers 

Image from Wildlife Reserves Singapore

Kids can learn about recycling by competing with their families and friends to sort common household trash in the right bins.

Date: Oct. 4, 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27, and Oct. 28, 2019

Time: 10:00am – 4:00pm

Location: Singapore Zoo (Frozen Tundra)

3. Fight the Deadliest Monster Pledge Wall

Screenshot from Wildlife Reserves Singapore website

Protect the environment by pledging to reduce the use of single-use plastics.

Date: Oct. 1 – Oct. 31, 2019

Time: 8:30am – 6:00pm

Location: Jurong Bird Park (Penguin Coast) and Singapore Zoo (Frozen Tundra)

Animal Shows

1. High Flyers Show

Screenshot from Wildlife Reserves Singapore website

The High Flyers show is a daily performance featuring various bird species such as hornbills, macaws, and parrots.

As part of the October educational programme on wildlife conservation, Ippy the Scarlet Macaw will be demonstrating ways to properly bin our trash to save wildlife.

Date: Oct. 1 – Oct. 31, 2019

Time: 11:00am and 3:00pm

Location: Jurong Bird Park (Pools Amphitheatre)

2. Splash Safari Show 

The Splash Safari Show is a daily show that allows visitors to watch the California sea lion up-close at the Singapore Zoo.

Screenshot from Wildlife Reserves Singapore website

Like Ippy the Scarlet Macaw, Pedro the Sea Lion will also be demonstrating how we can properly bin our trash to save the aquatic animals.

Date: Oct. 1 – Oct. 31, 2019

Time: 10:30am and 5:00pm

Location: Singapore Zoo (Shaw Foundation Amphitheatre)

Promotion for eco-friendly tumblers and mugs

Image from wildlife reserves Singapore

For a limited period, visitors can purchase eco-friendly tumblers and mugs at S$8. While stocks last.

Date: Oct. 1 – 31, 2019

Location: Jurong Bird Park and Singapore Zoo gift shops

Where to get the tickets:

  • Jurong Bird Park Ticketing Counters for on-site ticket purchase(s). Proof of identity must be provided at the ticketing counters.
  • Singapore Zoo Ticketing Counters for on-site ticket purchase(s). Proof of identity must be provided at the ticketing counters.

Terms and conditions

  • Valid for single-park day admission into Jurong Bird and Singapore Zoo from Oct. 1 – Oct. 31, 2019 except Oct. 27 and Oct. 28, 2019
  • Valid for Singaporeans, PRs, employment pass holders, dependent pass and longterm visit pass holders.
  • Senior Citizens’ admission price does not apply as paying adult.
  • Each guest is allowed to purchase a maximum of 10 bundle tickets per transaction
    onsite and a maximum of 10 bundle tickets per transaction online.
  • Promotion is not valid with other discounts.

Full terms and conditions here.

Top images from Wildlife Reserves Singapore.

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