My hubby didn’t manage to ballot the corporate pass to go Zoo but his kind colleague who manage to do so, offer us the pass. The pass entitles 4 persons to enter. Yvette will go in for free as she falls into the age range below 3.
My sister came along with us. Luckily she came along…
We decided to go early so that we can return the pass to his colleague early. We took a train ride to Marsiling and took a cab there. (My sister came from the west. So we have to meet here for each other convenient.)
We reached there around 11.15 am but we didn’t see much crowd. Due to our recent visit months ago, I am more comfortable; no longer feel like a tourist anymore.
Running water & waterfall don’t fail to capture Yvette attention. She always gets keyed up whenever she sees them.
We moved on to see most animals expect reptile this round. (shhhhhh…. Daddy is really afraid of snakesssssssssssssss!)
Yvette didn’t get too excited this round. We had lunch at Ah Meng Restaurant and the food cost us almost $40 bucks! (We ordered three main courses, two bottles of fruits and three drinks.)
Other than animals, there was a little segment, Tropical Crops Plantation & Orchid Garden in the zoo where they grow fruit tree, vegetables and flower. Very educational.
Yvette missed Rainforest Kidzworld during the last trip but she enjoys the water play so much this time. We almost couldn’t get her out of it. Luckily my sister was around to help…
Happily and enriching, we left Zoo around 4 plus in the afternoon.