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Futian Mangrove Reserve is located north of Shenzhen bay, and is an important part of the global wetland eco system. The protection of mangrove requires public involvement. Hence, it is imperative that the public be educated about mangrove conservation. This is the key objective of the Education Centre.
The Singapore Bicentennial Experience is a celebration of “what it means to be a Singaporean”, 700 years in the making. Located on top of Fort Canning Hill, and part of the PATH-FINDER trail, is the OBSERVATORY.
With the growing influence of the Greater Bay Area and the opening of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, the re-development of a new city centre at Zhuhai is becoming even more pressing. Its aim: to connect the industries in Zhuhai and make the city relevant to the needs of the Greater Bay Area.
The Singapore City Gallery is highly popular with locals and tourists alike. The gallery went through a 3 year revamp, keeping what worked in the past and improving on new contents, making it even more interactive and engaging.
Designed in 1972 as a tourism icon, the Merlion is a famous international symbol of Singapore. But little is known about its origin, symbolism and use. A visit to the Sentosa Merlion will make one an expert in this famous icon.
Complementing the Ethnobotany Garden, the Singapore Botanic Garden’s Ethnobotany Centre explores the complex interplay between people and the plants they use, highlighting the vast significance of plants as a whole to humanity.
Among the many attractions in Gardens by the Bay, the immersive “Plus 5” show is one of the most well received and talked about. Following the success of the show, Gardens by the Bay continues to update its immersive zones within the Cloud Forest dome so that contents remain relevant and refreshed.
The newly revamped IRAS Gallery is a proof that a small gallery with “serious” contents can also be interesting and engaging.
Punggol used to be Singapore’s “wild frontier” and full of outdoor excitement. Today, it is also Singapore’s first Eco Town and HDB’s testbed for innovation. Its rich heritage and a narrative that is relevant to our future makes Punggol’s story both compelling and interesting.