Tuesday, October 15, 2013

The River of Life Exhibition @ Gardens By the Bay

Do you know the importance of a clean water system for the conservation and protection of a biodiversity-rich environment?

We visited the River of Life Exhibition at Gardens By the Bay to learn more about it! 

It was interesting to see that the exhibition gallery was filled with decorations made from recyclable materials. 

The volunteers at the entrance of the exhibition taught us how to make lotus origami using recycled paper.



In conjunction with the exhibition, there are educational activities for the children - The Fruit Loop Scavenger Hunt, and River of Life Gaia Trail.



The exhibition is held from now until 30 November 2013, 9am to 9pm. The admission to this exhibition is free.

p.s. This blog post is also featured on the Gardens by the Bay website
http://www.gardensbythebay.com.sg/en/the-gardens/garden-news.html 
15 October 2013The River of Life Exhibition @ Gardens by the Bay

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4 comments :

  1. Looks like a lovely day out, especially if you have children! Sounds like it is interesting too, with the exhibits made from recycled materials and the water system. Thanks for sharing. Singapore sounds lovely!

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    1. Thank you Andrea! There are many interesting places in Singapore!

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  2. Thank you for sharing. What a wonderful exhibit for young children to learn such a valuable life lesson.

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    1. Thanks Courtney, it was a meaningful exhibition for children!

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