Joining the list of activities at i Light at Marina Bay this 2017 is an inflatable park, Art-Zoo, which is situated on the Floating Platform. From now till 26 March, the inflatable park is open to the public at an affordable price.
At only S$15 per person, you are granted entry for as long as you want. If you are coming in a group of four, you’ll only have to pay S$54 in total for admissions.
Tickets can be purchased on-site or Online and due to high demand, please note that re-entries to the Art-Zoo are not permitted.
Throughout the month of March, Singapore’re iconic floating platform will transform itself into the setting of a zoological garden.
Opening just as the sun sets, expect yourself to come face to face with 11 massive inflatable installations within the premises, each of which combines to form an interactive playground and art installation.
Here we have an immensely adorable installation titled, ‘Antartica’ that features polar bears, reindeers and penguins.
The ‘Flowers‘ installation is the largest inflatable float at Art-Zoo, which features three large designs and can fit up to 100 children. That said, each installation at Art-Zoo requires visitors to weigh less than 120kg.
‘Grasslands‘ showcases kangaroos lined up in neat rows of five from the shortest to the tallest, while ‘Savannah‘ consists of orange elephants.
There are so many more installations, and this includes a colossal giraffe maze in the middle and a gigantic whale that allows you to be swallowed up whole.
It was inevitable for us to unleash our inner child as we happily bounced across the various installations while soaking in amusement against the backdrop of the CBD. That’s not all, we also caught wind that come rain or shine, Art-Zoo will continue to stay open.
So be prepared to bring along an extra set of clothing if the weather looks less than desirable.
“The idea behind Art-Zoo is, really, to build a world that can be shared with the visitors, and it’s really about nature and life viewed through the perspective of art”, says Jackson Tan, Creator and Head Zookeeper of Art-Zoo.
Rid yourselves of the notion that only children are allowed in this installation. Face it, we are all kids at heart and we deserve an outlet to let it all out.
Dates & Times: Now – 26 March 2017, 5pm – 11pm (Mon to Fri), 2pm – 11pm (Sat & Sun); Last admission at 10.30pm
Prices: S$15 per person, S$54 for four people
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