Reblogged here for posterity. Well done Toddycats for making this year’s Festival of Biodiversity a success! 😀
The Festival of Biodiversity came and went on 12 and 13 July, and what a fun-filled, action packed two days they were, along with some very exciting news – that Singapore will finally have its first Marine Park!
This being the third Festival and the second one to be held at Vivocity, we learnt from experience to expect a large crowd of Festival goers (and ‘stumblers’, as many people who visited the Festival chanced upon us while out doing their weekend shopping and mall crawl). We saw 11 thousand people visit us throughout the weekend in 2013, and this year, with a larger exhibition area and more activities afoot, we looked forward to an even busier FoB!
What made this year’s Festival special for us is the fact that it is the first major public outreach event Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum has participated in since we officially came…
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