Now you don’t have to travel all the way to the zoo to see animals in Singapore! Dubbed the longest sculpture in the world, Love The Last March is a free public installation featuring larger-than-life animal statues in a row at Gardens by the Bay.
Plan a family date to visit the space, and marvel at the many different species – from monkeys and giraffes to rhinoceros and bears. They’re made from recycled bronze, and each feature a QR code that you and your little one can scan on your phones to find out more information about each animal. Make sure to try out the AR filter to watch the animals spring to life and do a march as well. Yup, this is fun AND educational!
The installation will be in Singapore until May 18, 2024 for now, and you can also make donations to help wildlife conversation, with proceeds going to the World Wide Fund for Nature Singapore’s efforts in stopping illegal wildlife trade.
A free installation that also has a charity element – what’s not to love?
Art and animal lovers, kids and families.
It’s located about a 10 minute walk from Gardens By The Bay MRT Station.
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