31 New Things For Families To Do In May 2023 In Singapore

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Here's a list of new places and experiences happening in May 2023 for parents to create family fun! 

Always looking for new places to bring the little ones? Here's a list of new venues and experiences that you can consider to create your next family fun! So bookmark the list and refer back when you need new outing ideas!

So don't wait and read on to discover all the new things that you can do to have a fun filled May 2023! 

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1. Take Part in Free Sports Tryouts at FunFam SportFest

Venue: Singapore Sports Hub, OCBC Arena Halls
Dates: 28 May 2023, 10 am - 6 pm
Admission: Free, fees apply for selected programmes

FunFam SportFest 2023 organised by Active Parents is a one-day sports carnival to encourage families to be active, sporty and to create lasting memories together through parent-child activities and spending quality bonding time together!

Happening at the OCBC Arenas on 28 May 2023, admission to FunFam SportFest is free with complimentary activities for families who walk-in and there will also be additional paid activities that require pre-registration too - these get snapped up really quickly, so better signup quickly!

Activities that require pre-registration include, 

  • FunFamAdventure:¬†go on an action-packed adventure with the FunFamAdventure! Team up with your child and experience¬†active play at its best by exploring the Singapore Sports Hub's iconic spaces while attempting to conquer game obstacles along the way. Get ready to take on a side quest and earn your own personalised photo momento!
  • Parent-Child Learn-to-Play Sport ‚Äď Athletics, Canoe, Tennis, Volleyball:¬†aimed at providing children with a variety of sport experiences, parents will also learn about the importance of a multi-sport exposure for their children,¬†offering recommendations to develop their children's motor skills.
  • My 1st Coach:¬†get ready to engage in a series of games and physical challenges designed to explore and experience different fundamental movement skills that parents can do with their child.

Other complimentary activities include sports tryouts, mass workout sessions, inflatables and more! 

2. Sign-up for the SAFRA Sprint Kids

Venue: SAFRA Jurong
Dates: 1 and 2 Jul 2023
Fees: From $20 

Join SAFRA for an exciting event that promises to challenge your child's physical abilities and problem-solving skills! SAFRA Sprint Kids 2023 is back with an NS-inspired obstacle course designed for children to compete and have fun at - there are prizes of up to $500 cash to be won too!

Open to families with children aged 3 to 12 years old, take part in the child only or parent and child categories where your child will be tasked to bring back a confidential document from the enemy basecamp. Testing your agility and speed - participants will have to enter the battlefield, navigate through a series of eight to nine NS-inspired obstacles and crack the code to secure the document! 

Registration is open now until 11 June 2023!

3. Cold Storage + Giant Kids Run Is Back

Venue: Palawan Green, Sentosa
Dates: 4 Jun 2023 (Race Day), Till 16 Apr 2023 (Early Bird Special)
Fees: Early Bird starts from $50 (Sign-up here)

Get ready for the Cold Storage + Giant Kids Run 2023! While this exciting event is not happening yet (it returns to Palawan Green, Sentosa on 4 Jun 2023 from 8 am to 11 am), but early bird promotions are ongoing till 16 April 2023 only! Grab your tickets early and be promised a day filled with fun, laughter, and plenty of activity on race day! 

In fact, the Cold Storage + Giant Kids Run 2023 is not just a race but designed to be an experience for the whole family, with carnival games booths and activities for all ages happening throughout the race day!

4. Visit the Newly Opened Bird Paradise and Mandai Wildlife West

Venue: 20 Mandai Lake Road, 729825.
Opening Hours: 9am to 6pm, Daily
Admission: from $20 (full price admission), soft opening promotion till 26 May 2023

Head down to Bird Paradise when it soft-launches on 8 May 2023 and walk through Singapore new bird park! In addition, families may also wish to visit the public node, Mandai Wildlife West, just next to the park where families can enjoy F&B options and several new playgrounds too! 

From now until 26 May 2023, families will also enjoy promotional prices on tickets too! So use this opportunity to visit the new Bird Paradise and Mandai Wildlife West soon!

5. Join the BYKidO Mummy Meet-up on 9 May 2023

Venue: 396 Joo Chiat Place, #02-03, Singapore 428079
Dates: 9 May 2023, 3 pm - 5 pm
Admission: $10 (U.P. $50)

Join us at our Mummy Meet-up at Little Forest, a creative enrichment space for children on 9 May 2023! BYKidO's Mummy Meet-up is for mummies to meet fellow mummies on a similar parenting journey and to give you the space to share, learn and support each other. Conducted in a casual setting, parents will also enjoy a discount as part of our arrangement with our venue partner. 

Our next meet up on 9 May is recommended for mummies with kids aged between 6 - 12 months old and will be conducted at Little Forest. At Little Forest, they focus on the creative learning process through artistic activities like dance, drama, music, sports and culinary classes based on the Constructivism theory. They believe that children are capable of being creative, some may not have discovered their creative potential but with guidance from our Creative Educators, their potential can be limitless.

6. Singapore International Festival of Arts Open In May

Venue: Multiple venues
Dates: 19 May - 4 Jun 2023

The Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA) returns from 19 May to 4 June 2023 with a fascinating theme - The Anatomy of Performance - Some People. Families can expect 90 performances and activities, including 4 newly commissioned productions and 11 invited international presentations across 14 venues Families can also go online to experience a new series of writing and animated art.

While many of the performances maybe for an older audience, families may wish to catch HUMANS 2.0 by Circa (Australia), a symphony of acrobatics, sound, and light or visit We Will Slam You With Our Wings, a video and sound installation of seven hanging screens representing a series of 19th century imperialistic portraits. 

7. Heartbeat@Bedok's Free Mother's Day Carnival for Families

Venue: Heartbeat@Bedok, 11 Bedok North Street 1, Singapore 469662
Date: 13 May 2023, 2 pm - 5 pm
Admission: Free but registration to receive a free gift

Bedok@Heartbeat will be hosting a special Mother's Day Carnival on 13 May 2023 with lots of fun activities for the entire family! The free event includes concert performance on stage by pre-schools and Fengshan Primary School, Magic Shows by Mr Egg and band performances as well as snack booths such as Churros, Popcorn, Hotdog Bun, Ice Cream and Cookies! 

That's not all! Families will also get to enjoy workshops and carnival games too! Don't forget to grab a photo at the instant photo print to capture your wonderful memory! 

The event is free and open to the public, but register now and receive a free gift (while stocks last) when you visit! 

8. Ride a Pokemon-themed Cable Car

Venue: Singapore Cable Car
Dates: 1 May - 30 Sep 2023
Admission: $30 (adults), $25 (children)

From 1 May 2023, families can ride on one of 67 Poké Ball cabins soaring 100 metres above sea level as part of Singapore Cable Car's 50th Anniversary celebrations! Not only will the exteriors of the cable car cabins on the Mount Faber Line be wrapped in the red and white colours of Poké Balls, families can also expect five different interior designs, each themed around first-generation Pokémon like Pikachu and Eevee, as well as Sprigatito, Fuecoco, and Quaxly from the latest Pokémon video games.

That's not all! At Mount Faber Peak, families will also be able to snap pictures at various photo points ‚Äď including vintage cable car cabins ‚Äď with a variety of Pok√©mon like Pikachu, Pichu, Snorlax and Psyduck!

9. Play at a Carnival for Free @ Great World

Venue: Great World, Level 1 Atrium
Dates: 6 - 15 May 2023
Admission: Free

Let your kids have fun at the Motherswork 25th Anniversary carnival from 6 to 15 May at Great World, Level 1 Atrium. Take Instagram-worthy shots at the bubble dome or jump with joy at the bouncy castle! Stand to win baa baa sheepz products and Philips Avent products worth up to $250 at the claw machines!

For Great Rewards members, get a free carnival ticket (worth $5) with promo code <GRMWBYKIDO>. Limited to first 100 redemptions, other T&Cs apply. Not a Great Rewards member? Download Great Rewards on App Store or Play Store today!

10. PLAYtime! Series: Just As I Am

Venue: Esplanade Theatre Studio
Dates: 21 Apr - 7 May 2023, 45 mins with no intermission
Admission: $20 (Check show timings and get tickets)

Z and B are quite alike, but Z wonders why he can't be perfect while B is confident about who she is. Journey with Z and B in a theatrical dance performance and discover the joys of celebrating and loving all the wonderfully special parts of your unique selves.

This dance performance may include the occasional use of text. There will also be move-along moments which children can choose to participate in, with the support of their accompanying adults.

Note that audiences will be seated on the floor and tickets are required for everyone, including infant-in-arms. 

11. Book A One-Night Stay on Lazarus Island - Tiny Escape @ Lazarus

Venue: Lazarus Island
Fees: from $280 (opening specials available now)

Located on Lazarus Island, Tiny Away Escape is a group of 5 tiny rooms that will be open for bookings from May 2023. While it is not the experience for everyone, it is definitely an experience for families and those who wish to spend time away from the city, and to go on a cosy island getaway without your passports!

While each room is relatively small, they are packed with amenities to make your stay a comfortable one - this includes air-conditioning, Wifi, TV with Netflix, fridge, microwave, and even a smokefree BBQ grill. 

There is an ongoing opening special of $199 per room for Sun to Thu and $249 for Fri and Sat for stays till 30 Jun 2025. After the promo period, the full price of the rooms are $280 and $320 respectively. 

12. Bake a Pizza for Mummy this Mother's Day

Venue: SAFRA Punggol, Pizza Hut, #02-02
Dates: 13 May 2023, 11.15 am - 1.30 pm or 4.15 pm - 7 pm
Fees: $20 per group (SAFRA Members only)

Daddies! Bring your little one to SAFRA Punggol this May and create very own pizza for mummy together at Pizza Hut! While you and your little one are sweating it out, mummies will be taking part in a fun Terrarium workshop. 

Once the workshops are completed, you will come back together to enjoy the pizza you and your child have baked as well as an extra regular pizza, 6 pcs roasted wings, garlic bread, Pizza Hut goodie bag and La Gourmet Sassy Collection Foldable Spoon and Fork Set (worth $15.90).

There are 2 sessions to choose from and limited to just 20 groups per session. Registration closes 11 May - so better hurry and register now!

13. Have Fun at the Kidztropic Playground at The Poiz Mall

Venue: Level 3, The Poiz Mall
Opening Hours:  2pm - 7pm on Weekday, 10am - 8pm Weekend
Admission: from $13

Located on Level 3 of The Poiz Mall at Potong Pasir, Kidztropic is a new lovely space where families can come to have fun or even to hold a birthday party too!

The play space consist of slides, ball pit, trampolines with climbing walls while there’s another area for pretend play and sensory toys. We recommend this for toddlers from 2 years old up to kids at 10 years old . Parents will be happy to know that there is a bar seating where you can sit, chill and watch your kids play! 

14. Visit the Newly Opened Kiztopia Club at Woodleigh Mall

Venue: The Woodleigh Mall,11 Bidadari Park Dr, #01-50/51,Singapore 367803
Opening Hours: 10 am - 8 pm (Sun - Thu), 10 am - 9 pm (Fri, Sat & PH)
Admission: from $19.80

Scheduled to be opened in May 2023, Kiztopia Club The Woodleigh Mall will be the first Kiztopia Club to be based on an underwater theme. The 3,000 square feet space offers immersive play concepts including climbing wall features, trampolines, sand pits, heart-pumping slides, and more. Little explorers and deep-sea enthusiasts aged one to ten years old can look forward to an ‚Äėunderwater exploration‚Äô as they navigate their way through the play concepts, take a dip into the mega ball pits, and discover the wonders of the ocean at the role-play rooms.

15. Play at the Newly Upgraded Montreal Green Park Playground

Venue: Canberra Link, Montreal Green, Canberra Link, Singapore 752106
Opening Hours: 24hours
Admission: Free

The upgraded Montreal Green Park offers spaces and facilities for all ages, this includes a Sembawang heritage wall, new fitness equipment and playground facilities too! The main play structure is a ship where children can pretend-play as if they are sailing out in the ocean! Children can have fun sliding down the slides and poles while playing with the play panels too! 

Those with younger ones will also find a smaller toddlers play area next to the main play space as well as various types of swings for you and your little ones!

16. Uncover Singapore Stories at the Singapore HeritageFest 2023

Venue: Various venues
Dates: 1 to 28 May 2023

Presented by the National Heritage Board (NHB), the Singapore HeritageFest (SHF) 2023 invites everyone to uncover the lesser-known stories about our unique history and heritage through over 80 programmes! 

This year's edition will celebrate Singapore’s vibrant sporting and public transportation history, which is fitting as this year concurrently marks the 50th anniversary of SBS Transit and SportSG, the 40th anniversary of Singapore Sports Museum, the 35th anniversary of the launch of the MRT system and the 30th anniversary of NHB, among other national milestones.

Families can expect heritage and cultural trails, hands-on workshops, tours, talks, exhibitions and film screenings that illuminate the evolution of sports and public transport in Singapore. 

17. Catch Sherlock Sam The Musical

Venue: Capitol Theatre
Dates: 11 - 20 May 2023
Admission: from $38

Sherlock Sam is a children's book series written by A.J. Low and set in Singapore. The series follows the adventures of a young detective and his robot assistant, Watson, as they solve mysteries and crimes in Singapore. Sherlock Sam and his robot assistant, Watson, set out to solve a mysterious case at Fort Canning Hill in Singapore with the help of his sister Wendy and their friends, Nazhar, Jimmy and Eliza. Strange ghostly moans have been heard in the area, and the young detectives are determined to uncover the source. As they continue their investigations, they find themselves facing unexpected challenges and twists that test their detective skills

The books have won several awards, including the Singapore Book Award for Best Young Person's Title 2020. The show is suitable for children 5 years old and above with tickets staring from $38 (the highest category is available at $78).  

18. Visit the Newly Opened Naruto Exhibition

Venue: Marina Square, #03-208/209
Date: 29 May - 2 Jul 2023
Fee: from $19 per pax (purchase tickets via trip.com)

The NARUTO TV Animation 20th Anniversary Exhibition will be in Singapore from 29 May to 2 Jul 2023 at Let's Play Marina Square. This exciting exhibition will  showcase classic scenes being brought to life, immersive experiences, as well as exclusive merchandise! 

A total of 8 classic scenes from the popular Manga will be brough to life, including classic moves such as Sasuke‚Äôs "Mangekyo Sharingan‚ÄĚ and Kakashi ‚ÄúCurse Sealing‚ÄĚ! Families can also expect¬†the exhibition to¬†combine sound and light effects to create five immersive experiences for fans to embark on their ninja journeys!

19. Exhibition - Now Boarding: Experiencing Singapore through Travel, 1800 - 2000s

Venue: National Museum of Singapore, Exhibition Gallery, Basement Level
Dates: 27 May to 19 November 2023
Admission: Free for Singaporeans and PRs

Hop aboard the National Museum of Singapore‚Äôs ‚Äėflight‚Äô to discover Singapore with Now Boarding: Experiencing Singapore through Travel, 1800s-2000s, a travel-themed exhibition that traces the evolution of Singapore‚Äôs identity as a popular travel destination, through the eyes of those who arrived at our shores from the past to the present.¬†

Set against the backdrop of Singapore’s colonial past and its post-independence decades up to the present, Now Boarding presents itself as a travel guide and visual exploration of Destination Singapore. Through four thematic sections aligned to the themes of transport, accommodation, food and beverage, sights and shopping; the exhibition showcases a specially curated selection of ubiquitous material and artefacts evoking powerful memories of travel to and from Singapore. This includes the iconic analogue flip board previously located at Changi Airport, to a set of the history-making Singapore Airlines’ A380 prestigious Suites Cabin seat. 

As part of Now Boarding, there will also be a series of themed pop-up experiences that will happen throughout the year, including NMS’ very own disco room, and other complementary programming for everyone. Check in to this exhibition to discover our little red dot anew, and contemplate on our identities as Singaporeans in an increasingly globalised world. 

20. Discover the New Arts & Play Space - Clean Up, Or Else!

Venue: The Artground at Goodman Arts Centre, Blk J, #01-40, Singapore 439053
 15 Apr 2023 to 25 Feb 2024 (Wed to Sun), 9.15 am - 5 pm
Fee: Admission fees apply

While chores are not typically a child‚Äôs go-to version of ‚Äėplay‚Äô or associated with fun times,¬†The Artground¬†(TAG) has collaborated with¬†The Cminors¬†to create¬†Clean Up, Or Else!¬†- an environment designed¬†to make doing chores fun and meaningful, and even take the children on a literary wordplay spin-around!

In this latest arts installation, household chores balloon to enormous proportions to encourage active exploration and literary fun through poems and play to bring home the messages of shared responsibilities and of building good habits.

21. Visit the Newly Opened Shaw Plaza and Playground

Venue: Level 3, Sky Terrace, 360 Balestier Rd, Singapore, Singapore
Opening Hours: TBC
Admission: Free

If you are thinking of visiting some place new this week, why not head down to the recently reopened Shaw Plaza at Balestier? Reopened after 3 years, the mall sports a new look with many new F&B and retail options as well as a cinema too! 

That's not all! Located at Level 3 of the mall is a sheltered playground providing some extra play time for the little ones. Kids can expect a Wallhola play structure, trampoline, a flying fox and more! While not a huge space, it will be sufficient for little ones to have a fun time between a movie, meal or grocery shopping!

22. Follow the Singapore Story at Semangat yang Baru: Forging a New Singapore Spirit

Venue: National Museum of Singapore
Dates: 21 Apr - 29 Oct 2023
Admission: Free

‚ÄúSemangat yang Baru‚ÄĚ are words from the National Anthem, meaning ‚Äėnew spirit‚Äô. The¬†Founders‚Äô Memorial‚Äôs pilot exhibition¬†explores how values and principles such as multiculturalism, integrity and openness became the foundation upon which independent Singapore was built, and invites Singaporeans to reflect on how these ideals remain relevant today.

The exhibition is a pilot for the Memorial to test how it would present its narrative for its eventual interpretive gallery. The museum also includes interactive and family elements to engage younger ones, but we feel the topic and information may be more suited for upper primary school kids and above. 

23. The National Museum of Singapore launches Reunion - A Social Space for Seniors

Venue: National Museum of Singapore
Opening Hours: 9 am - 6 pm (café closes at 5 pm)
Admission: Free

The National Museum of Singapore has created the first purpose-built dedicated social space for seniors in a local museum. Reunion might not be the usual family-friendly activity that we share, but it will support the museum’s initiatives for seniors, to encourage meaningful conversations and activities and we feel that this might be useful for parents who wish to bring their own parents out. 

The space, which comprises a café and an activity space, supports the health and well-being of seniors, including those living with mild cognitive impairment and dementia. The activity space features a group activity area, an immersive projection cave, a Quiet Room, and music booths, to encourage group activity during the museum’s programmes for seniors and also enhance their museum-visiting experience. 

24. Discover the Singapore Chinese Culture at the Cultural Extravaganza

Venue: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre
Dates: 12 May - 18 June 2023

Taking place from 12 May to 18 June 2023, Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre’s (SCCC) signature festival Cultural Extravaganza, features 11 exciting programmes that highlight the passing on of our culture to the next generation.

From theatre productions, music performances, to TV programmes, Cultural Extravaganza 2023 aims to showcase how our culture has evolved over time and includes a selection of multi-ethnic and multi-cultural performances that encapsulates life in Singapore. Let's take a look at some of these exciting events.

25. Enjoy A Chill Sunday Afternoon with Sunday @ Stevens

Venue: Novotel @ Stevens
Dates: Sunday, 3 pm - 8 pm
Admission: $10 per adult, free for those below 12 year sold

A carnival experience pops up at Novotel Singapore on Stevens that is perfect for the whole family! Sunday @ Stevens is the perfect way to spend a chill afternoon with live music, delicious barbecue, bar bites, refreshing beverages, and exciting kids’ activities.

Simply purchase a $10 admission for every adult, comes with either a beer, wine, hotdog or burger, and kids can enter the play area to have fun! There will be a bouncy castle, loose play items and more! Families can just get cosy at the hotel's outdoor lawn, La Terrasse and chill the afternoon away! 

26. Visit Jurong Lake Gardens and the New SkatePark

Venue: Lakeside Garden, Jurong Lake Gardens
Opening Hours: 8am to 10pm, Tuesday to Friday (Closed every Mondays and Tuesdays if Monday is a Public Holiday.)
Admission: Free

Already filled with activities for families to spend their day at, Jurong Lake Gardens adds the SkatePark @ Lakeside Garden to its list of to-dos! So head down this week to practice your moves and tricks at the first skate park in Singapore with a parkour park and bouldering wall. 

This 17,000 sqm space will be Singapore's largest outdoor skate park with 5 skate pods for skaters of all levels! Definitely don't forget to check out the other attractions at the park too! 

27. Join SPCA for a Pawsome Pawty


Venue: 50 Sungei Tengah Rd, Singapore 699012 (SPCA)
Dates: 27 May 2023, 10.30 am - 4.30 pm
Admission: from $10

The SPCA is throwing a Pawsome Pawty on 27 May 2023 (Saturday). The event aims to bring youths and young families with children together to bond over their shared love for animals, inculcate love and empathy for animals and learn more about animal welfare issues in Singapore

.Activities planned for the day include experiential exhibits (e.g. trying out of shock collars, VR simulation), games, shelter tours, meet & greet and more!

28. Play at the New Roller Rink in Singapore - Rink @ Punggol East

Venue: 50 Punggol E, Container Park, Singapore 828826
Opening Hours:¬†10am‚ÄĒ8pm (Fri to Sun), Closed from Mon to Thu
Admission: $16 (U.P. $21) per entry pass

If you're looking for a new activity to enjoy with your kids, or even just some time to yourself, Rink @ Punggol East is definitely worth checking out. - the largest roller sports rink in Singapore with over 12,000 sqft of fully sheltered rink space, this is the perfect place for roller-lovers of all ages, rain or shine.

There will be different types of equipment from bicycles, inline skates, scooters, pedal go-karts, and more. 2-hour entry passes are currently available at $16 (U.P $21)!

29. *EXTENDED* Carousel of Wonders‚ĄĘ - Modern Circus Show of the Year

Venue: PeopleUp Theatre @ SAFRA Tampines 
Dates: 1, 6 and 7 May 2023
Admission: from $28.80

Modern Circus Show of the Year performed by one of Asia's Largest Modern Circus Troupes! You should expect full 1.5hrs of entertainment and awe with acrobatic stunts and performances, comedy, light shows, art, live music and more!

A modern performances of pyrotechnics simulation, acrobatics, lights, drums, dance, juggling and fun, it will be a show you'll never forget!

For kids below the age of 2, they will not require tickets only if they are sharing seats with parents.

30. Visit the Newly Opened Sengkang Grand Mall

Venue: 70 Compassvale Bow, Singapore 544692
Opening Hours: 10 am - 10 pm

A new shopping mall has popped up at the North-East region of Singapore! Sengkang Grand Mall is the first integrated development that comprises of a 3-level retail component, a hawker centre, childcare centre, community club and residential units.

It is conveniently located above Buangkok MRT station and next to the Buangkok Bus Interchange, offering young families in the region a new place to play, rest and eat with over 90 outlets - including a little playground located outside McDonald's too!

31. Celebrate Mother's Day at HDB Malls with Fun! 

Celebrate the special women in your life this Mother's Day with a host of exciting activities at HDB malls! From treasure hunts to hands-on workshops, there's something for everyone in the family to enjoy. Here are the details of the activities you won't want to miss:

  • Mom & Me Treasure Hunt: Look for treasure chests around the mall and solve Mother's Day themed puzzles hidden in them to redeem a $5 grocery voucher upon completion!

  • Mother's Day Gift Making Station: Redeem a plant pot and personalise it for your mom to show you care!

  • Free Flowers for Moms: Receive FREE flowers from our roving crew on event day!

  • Hourly Craft Workshops: Join the FREE hands-on craft workshops to make something special for your mom ‚Äď a different craft every hour! (Only at selected malls)

  • Mother's Day Photo Contest: Take a photo with our Mother's Day installation at the mall and participate in our photo contest. You may stand a chance to win grocery vouchers worth $100! (10-31 May)

Don't miss out on the chance to create unforgettable memories with your loved ones this Mother's Day. Head down to your nearest HDB mall and participate in these fun-filled activities!

31. Visit the Love the Last March Exhibition at Gardens by the Bay

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

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

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. 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.



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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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