Love The Last March - The Longest Sculpture In the World Starts in Singapore

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A 192m sculpture sharing the message of the wildlife extinction will be at Gardens by the Bay. 

Venue: Gardens by the Bay
Dates: 19 May 2023 - 18 May 2024

In the incredible debut of Love The Last March, Singaporeans will get the first glimpse at the longest sculpture in the world which will be unveiled on National Endangered Species Day,19 May 2023, Friday at the Gardens by the Bay.

The Last March

The first edition of a global exhibition, this sculpture is sharing the message of the wildlife extinction crisis that is gripping the globe. But it’s also sharing the message of hope.

A total of 45 of the world’s most endangered species led by a great mountain gorilla, will be marching together in this 192m sculpture. Depicting the greatest animal march on Planet Earth, it aims to bring awareness to the massive rate of wildlife extinction and to help save the animal kingdom.

The public can get up close with a huge diversity of animals, animals they would probably never get to see in real life, including critically endangered species like the mountain gorilla and the Northern hairy-nosed wombat.

Love The Last March is a fully-immersive experience like no other sculpture project - there will be an augmented reality experience to allow anyone, from
anywhere in the world to experience the animals taking the march.

With educational opportunities for all ages, from learning what an animal looks like to in-depth informational pages, Love The Last March is an adventure for the whole family and a must-see event for 2023.

Venue and Dates

Love The Last March will be unveiled on 19 May 2023 in Gardens by the Bay until 18 May 2024. Read more about Love The Last March. 


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This article is prepared by

Jiarong Yu
Daddy to 2 adorable little ones. Misses them the moment they are not around, regrets missing them the moment they are around.

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