What is a River?

River Safari Classroom
Primary 1 and 2
30 - 45 mins
Min 40 people | Max 120 people

Explore the river and the animals living in and close to it. Discover the vital ecological role of rivers and why it's important to conserve freshwater habitats for our survival as well as that of wildlife. This programme ties in with the STELLAR syllabus (My River).

Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Rolling with Pandas

River Safari Classroom
Primary
Secondary
30 - 45 mins
Min 40 people | Max 120 people

Discover all you want to know about our giant pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia, including how they ended up at River Safari. Learn about their quirks and habits, and see what makes a panda a panda.

Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Otter-ly Amazing Amazon

River Safari Classroom
Lower primary
1 hr
Min 30 people | Max 60 people

The Amazon River is home to many animals, including the world’s largest otter species! Find out how the giant river otter finds food, fights enemies and makes friends. Plus, get a chance to make your very own otter puppet, complete with webbed feet and whiskers! Materials will be provided.

Local schools S$ 6 /person
Public S$ 10 /person

Be a Panda Researcher

River Safari Classroom
Upper primary
Secondary
1 hr
Min 30 people | Max 60 people

This programme allows you to hone your skills as a Panda Researcher! Visit various stations to identify panda tracks, examine panda poo and paw prints. You'll gain insights into tracking methodology in the wild, and how tracking pandas helps us understand more about these bears and ultimately save them from extinction.

Local schools S$ 8 /person
Public S$ 12 /person

Classification of Animals

River Safari Classroom
Primary
45 mins
Min 40 people | Max 120 people

This programme allows you to hone your skills as a Panda Researcher! Visit various stations to identify panda tracks, examine panda poo and paw prints. You will gain insights into tracking methodology in the wild, and how tracking pandas helps us understand more about these bears and ultimately save them from extinction.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Learn about different groups of animals and their characteristics
  • Appreciate the biodiversity of life forms
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Defence in a Watery World

River Safari Classroom
Upper primary
30 - 45 mins
Min 40 people | Max 120 people

From bold colours, venom, stings and reinforced body coverings, learn about animal weaponry and the special traits animals have developed to survive in the water.

Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Rivers of Life

River Safari Classroom
Upper primary
Secondary
90 mins
Min 30 people | Max 60 people

We've always learnt that rivers are shared resources between people and countries. But how does this translate into the real world? This workshop aims to highlight these dilemmas through simulated village meetings. This session also serves to foster interpersonal skills like negotiation, problem solving and decision-making.

Local schools S$ 8 /person
Public S$ 12 /person
  1. For school groups only: For every group of 10 paying students, 1 adult is entitled to join the tour for free. The ‘10:1 ratio’ only applies when schools meet the minimum number of people required
  2. Programme prices include 7% GST but exclude River Safari admission.
  3. Prices and programmes are correct at point of communication and subject to change without prior notice.
  4. Group must still pay for the minimum number of people required even if the actual number falls short.
  5. Programmes are available on a first-come, first-served basis, subjected to availability. 
  6. Outdoor learning sessions are weather permitting. In the event of wet weather, the Education department reserves the right to replace the affected outdoor programme with an indoor programme at the staff’s discretion