When we got there, the kids were so eager to see the elephants... but there was more to it especially if one just follows the trail in the map which was provided during admission. It was quite a walk around the place, good thing our friends, Ionne and Raul, lend us their stroller so I won't have to carry my boy during his tantrum times.
|Borrowing Dora's explorer map...|
|Orangutans freely roaming above the trees.|
|Tiger, your yellow stripes, where art thou?|
|Nyalas or South African antelopes|
|I also felt sleepy upon looking at this lazying jaguar.|
|Passed by white rhinoceros during tram ride...|
Then we proceeded to their Rainforest Fights Back Show where they showcased their trained animals like elephants, lemurs, otters, peacocks, apes and monkeys. Showing and teaching little kids to save the forest and animals and how important they are to our ecosystem. They also had other shows that features great animal talents, just don't had the leisure of time to see them all.
|Spider monkey, my son's favorite Ben 10 alien.|
|A quick pose right after the show.|
And by the way, the Night Safari was just a few walks away. We haven't tried it though, it just wasn't included in our plan. Maybe if we'll have a chance to come back, why not. Their tour starts at 7:30 pm till midnight, daily. And I heard it's thrilling one, hehehe.
Then we took a leisure walk towards the marine mammals. We got a close encounter with the humongous Manatees and cute and very vigorous penguins. After that, we went to KFC, to have our merienda. Even their regular meals had some distinct tastes that differs with that in our country. Oh well, it still tasted good and I was hungry...
When we returned home, the kids were fast asleep so we went to Mustafa in Little India. The prices there were just fine, but you'll also find really cheap selected items and brands, and take note, you'll never find imitations, it's forbidden in Singapore especially in their known malls. It's amazing how they just file their foot wears (Adidas, Nike, Puma, Ipanema and etc.) as that of our sidewalks and with no boxes, and the prices were almost the same as that of other department stores. It's just that you'll find all the brands, sizes and style stocked in one place, thus making it very convenient.
And again, I just don't know how to thank Yahweh for all this blessings me and my family had received... and for surrounding us with wonderful people that made our tour for that day possible...
For my next post, I'll be sharing with you our Sentosa's Universal Studio daring rides. Thanks for visiting my blog. Yahweh bless.