Safari Boo characters go to school to spread joy and trick-or-treat fun to over 60 kids from the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS)

More than 60 kids from the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS) – Woodlands Gardens School were presented with an early trick-or-treat surprise in school on 1 October, with their school hall transformed with colourful livery and a burst of prancing fairy tale characters from River Safari’s Safari Boo. Held on the last two weekends in October, Safari Boo is River Safari’s merry-not-scary event for kids where families and kids can enjoy trick-or-treat trails, interactive discovery stations, special animal presentations and up-close encounters with river monsters at night. Photo by Wildlife Reserves Singapore.

More than 60 kids from the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS) – Woodlands Gardens School were presented with an early trick-or-treat surprise in school on 1 October, with their school hall transformed with colourful livery and a burst of prancing fairy tale characters from River Safari’s Safari Boo. Held on the last two weekends in October, Safari Boo is River Safari’s merry-not-scary event for kids where families and kids can enjoy trick-or-treat trails, interactive discovery stations, special animal presentations and up-close encounters with river monsters at night. Photo by Wildlife Reserves Singapore.

SINGAPORE, 1 October 2015 – Ahead of Children’s Day, more than 60 kids from the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS) – Woodlands Gardens School were presented with an early trick-or-treat surprise in school this morning. Instead of the usual school assembly, the kids entered a hall splashed with colourful livery and a burst of prancing fairy tale characters from River Safari’s Safari Boo.

Photo by Wildlife Reserves Singapore.

Photo by Wildlife Reserves Singapore.

The kids also got an opportunity to play make-believe and dress up in fancy costumes, with a little help from the Safari Boo crew. Photo by Wildlife Reserves Singapore.

Back for its second year after strong turnout in 2014, the merry-not-scary Safari Boo event will see River Safari transformed into a fantastical wonderland where kids will meet adorable fairy tale characters, go through a journey of wildlife discovery featuring trick-or-treat stations and enjoy two themed presentations, among other programmes.

Held on 23, 24, 25, 30, 31 Oct and 1 Nov, this year’s fairy tale theme will feature a line-up of fantastical characters from Pinocchio to the Little Mermaid. Children aged 12 years and below enjoy free admission from 6pm. More information can be found on www.safariboo.sg

Children’s Day came early to the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS) – Woodlands Gardens School when River Safari brought Safari Boo to the school with opportunities for students to dress up, get their faces painted, and a live performance by Safari Boo characters. Held on the last two weekends in October, Safari Boo is River Safari’s merry-not-scary event for kids where families and kids can enjoy trick-or-treat trails, interactive discovery stations, special animal presentations and up-close encounters with river monsters at night. Photo by Wildlife Reserves Singapore.

Children’s Day came early to the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS) – Woodlands Gardens School when River Safari brought Safari Boo to the school with opportunities for students to dress up, get their faces painted, and a live performance by Safari Boo characters. Held on the last two weekends in October, Safari Boo is River Safari’s merry-not-scary event for kids where families and kids can enjoy trick-or-treat trails, interactive discovery stations, special animal presentations and up-close encounters with river monsters at night. Photo by Wildlife Reserves Singapore.