Tuesday, October 16, 2012

A DAY AT SINGAPORE ZOO - PART THREE

After the boat ride, we took another short break as everyone was obviously tired and hungry. There was this one spot called the Pavilion, something like a large gazebo, where people could sit and use the washrooms there.


As for the Muslim students, this could be the best place to perform our Zohor prayers - we had the whole place to our own, it was clean and the source of water was also near.



After the short rest, then we decided to get on the tram which was included in the package. We went to one other station and continued walking the last few hours of the visit.









We were lucky as we managed to catch the Elephant Show that started at 3:30 p.m. It was amazing how those gigantic creatures could understand and follow whatever instructions or stimuli given by the instructors in order to entertain the spectators.







 

Once the show ended, we walked very quickly to the gate. The bus should be there at 4:30 p.m. and we spent about 15 minutes at the souvenir shop before saying our goodbyes to our friends in the zoo. 

That was the end of the one day trip at the Singapore Zoo. I hope they had had a lot of fun spending their time and hopefully this would be the moment they would cherish after they have left school.