Recently, there have been many discounts for local attractions such as the SingapoRediscover vouchers and the entrance fees to Jurong Bird Park for the month of January.
The local zoos and aviary are excellent places to spend a day out with family and friends as there provisions such as tram rides, wheelchairs and electric scooter rental, which make it easy to explore the entire park, especially for those with movement difficulties.
While there are many guided tours in these attractions, you can also opt to explore these parks at your own pace. This will allow for plenty of opportunities to bond with your family and friends while enjoying the outdoors. You can also spend more time at specific exhibits that you find interesting.
With our nation entering Phase 3 of the Circuit Breaker, we can now gather in larger groups of eight in public places. Furthermore, with the current travel restrictions affecting the number of foreign tourists entering Singapore, local attractions will be less crowded, making the visit more enjoyable and easygoing. While you are at the Singapore Zoo, say "Hi!" to Komali, the elephant matriach.
(Image by WILDLIFE RESERVES SINGAPORE, taken from The Straits Times)
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