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Singapore Zoo: Public can visit the Koalas on 20 May 2015

KOALA

The Koalas have finally settled down at the Singapore Zoo and the public can starts visiting these fluffy animals from 20 May 2015, 12PM. Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) has also dedicated a page on Koalamania to chronicle their journey from Australia to Singapore. There are four koalas  – named Chan, Idalia, Paddle and Pellita and WRS has came up with a brief biography for each koalas on their website. Read more about them here: http://www.zoo.com.sg/koala-mania/about-us/ They are currently housed in the

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WRS: Discounted tickets to Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park, Night & River Safari

Singapore Zoo

As part of the SG50 initiatives, local residents can enjoy discounted tickets to the Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park, Nigh Safari & River Safari from May to September, said Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS). That means one can expect to enjoy 50% off the admission tickets for both Jurong Bird Park and Night Safari, whereas Singapore Zoo and River Safari get discounts on bundled admission. All visitors to the four wildlife parks can also receive a SG50 animal-themed woven tote bag

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Off-Site Meetings For Modern Singapore Employees

Sailing through the waves of modern times, companies and bosses must think of creative ways to engage with their employees aside from meeting inside the regular office space. This is because some people do not think that meetings are necessary that even a simple email of the meeting’s summary would deliver the information efficiently than sitting down in a room with one another. But, there are decisions to be made as a whole. More so, the bond of the group

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Singapore Zoo: Four Koalas from Australia Coming to Singapore

Koala at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

We have Kai Kai and Jia Jia, the cute giant pandas at River Safari. Soon, we are going to add 4 more Koalas named Paddle, Pellita, Chan and Idalia into our Singapore Zoo. According to the original article on Channelsnewasia, this four Koalas will be on loan from Australia’s Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary as part of the SG50 celebration and the 50 years of diplomatic ties between Singapore and Australia. They will arrive here as soon as next week with the official handover on

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