Weekend carnival hosts behind-the-scenes tours, celebrity tours, photographic trails and egg hunt. Kids receive 50% off admission.
Singapore, 10 April 2014 – To commemorate 50 years of tourism development and promotions in Singapore and to thank Singaporeans for their support, Jurong Bird Park hatches the inaugural Eggy Day Out from 18-20 April for Singapore residents to discover little known aspects of the park.
The Eggy Day Out carnival weekend features a plethora of eggs-periential activities, including:
- Lory Loft Behind-the-Scenes Tour which highlights the colourful lories and how their unique feed is prepared.
- Memories Trail, led by Jurong Bird Park’s General Manager who will bring participants down memory lane and share how the park has evolved through his 38-year experience as a veteran.
- Junior Eggs-pert Tour that showcases how eggs are incubated and a bird’s life stages at the Breeding & Research Centre (BRC).
- Celebrity Eggs-cursion, in which personalities like MediaCorp Artistes Bryan Wong, MediaCorp Class 95FM DJ Glenn Ong, MediaCorp Gold 90.5FM DJ The Flying Dutchman and MediaCorp Love 97.2FM DJ Leelian Chua will lead tours at Waterfall Aviary / South East Asian Birds Aviary.
To top it all, children between the ages of 3-12 years will enjoy 50% discount on admission tickets during Eggy Day Out by flashing a coupon that can be downloaded from www.birdpark.com.sg/eggydayout between 10-20 April. In addition to this, holders of Feather Friends, Friends of Night Safari, Friends of River Safari and Friends of the Zoo membership cards are entitled to five complimentary child admission tickets when they purchase up to five adult tickets from 18-20 April.
Over at River Safari, the park is introducing two behind-the-scenes tours:
- Fishy Business, a brand new tour which showcases the complex life support systems in the Amazon Flooded Forest.
- Be a Panda Researcher, where visitors learn to identify panda tracks and examine panda poo and paw prints, and discover ways we can save them from extinction.
Those hungry for more can head to Singapore Zoo for Animals in the Pink, which offers a peek into the park’s Central Kitchen and world-class animal hospital or Spineless & Successful, where visitors will discover how breeding and maintenance work is conducted for butterflies, scorpions, stick insects and other invertebrates.
Activity details (Jurong Bird Park)
All activities are free of charge unless otherwise stated. Registration is needed for some activities at www.birdpark.com.sg/eggydayout or at the Activities Registration Booth at Penguin Coast. Park admission charges apply.
Activity details (River Safari)
Activity details (Singapore Zoo)
For more information about Eggy Day Out and the discounts, please visit www.birdpark.com.sg/eggydayout.