Like many in the animal kingdom, we learn best through play. Let’s make learning fun and engaging with these specially designed resources. Great for home-based or blended learning as well as learning journeys.  

Ages 3 to 6

Animals We Love: Giant Pandas

Years of conservation efforts have brought giant pandas back from the brink of extinction and back into China’s bamboo forests. River Safari is home the lovable Kai Kai and Jia Jia. Watch Kai Kai work his bamboo and download the activity pack for some play-based learning at home!

Animals We Love: Indian Gharials

The Indian gharial is related to the crocodilians. A critically endangered species, it used to occur in the rivers of Pakistan and Myanmar. Today, it is estimated that fewer than 200 Indian gharials are left in the wild, mostly in India, and a small number in Nepal and Bangladesh.     

River Safari is proud to house the extremely rare and unique Indian gharial. Shant, our male Indian Gharial lives in the Ganges River exhibit of River Safari.

Like to learn more about Indian gharials? We have prepared a learning kit jam-packed with activities you can do with your kids.

Animals We Love: Stingrays

The giant freshwater stingray is the largest freshwater fish in the world. Very little is know about this elusive fish which was described by scientists only recently, in 1990.

This giant can be found mainly in the Mekong and Chao Phraya river systems.

The Mekong River Exhibit at River Safari is home to three giant freshwater stingrays. We are proud to be involved in a pioneering research project with Chulalongkorn University, Thailand to study giant freshwater stingrays in the wild and contribute to the scientific knowledge of these giants. 

Like to learn more about stingrays? We have prepared a learning kit jam-packed with activities you can do with your kids.

Sensory Friendly

Some places in River Safari can be noisy and over-stimulate the senses. Use this map to plan in some quiet time during your visit.

Make a Viewfinder

Make your own viewfinder with materials found at home. Use it to focus on interesting details at our parks or other outdoor venues!

River Safari Social Script

Use this social script to familiarise yourself and your children with the sights and experiences at River Safari before your trip.

Sensory Friendly

Some places in River Safari can be noisy and over-stimulate the senses. Use this map to plan in some quiet time during your visit.

Make a Viewfinder

Make your own viewfinder with materials found at home. Use it to focus on interesting details at our parks or other outdoor venues!

River Safari Social Script

Use this social script to familiarise yourself and your children with the sights and experiences at River Safari before your trip.

Nature Scavenger Hunt

The River Safari is home to wild animals too! Team up with friends and family to find as many items as possible on this list during your visit.

Animal Observation Sheets

Use these blank observation sheets to help your students focus better on the animals and exhibits during a fieldtrip! A follow-up activity also encourages the students to pair up and discuss the similarities and differences between their observed animals. 

Makan Detectives

Become a Makan Detective: trace your food's journey from farm to fork, and discover how much of our food is actually sustainable! 

Recycle Racers

Learn how you can recycle, help the earth, and have fun at the same time! 

Top Marks

Not all products and companies are equal. Score top marks by spotting environmentally friendly products that display these marks! 

Ages 7 to 12

Animals We Love: Giant Pandas

Years of conservation efforts have brought giant pandas back from the brink of extinction and back into China’s bamboo forests. River Safari is home the lovable Kai Kai and Jia Jia. Watch Kai Kai work his bamboo and download the activity pack for some play-based learning at home!

Animals We Love: Indian Gharials

The Indian gharial is related to the crocodilians. A critically endangered species, it used to occur in the rivers of Pakistan and Myanmar. Today, it is estimated that fewer than 200 Indian gharials are left in the wild, mostly in India, and a small number in Nepal and Bangladesh.     

River Safari is proud to house the extremely rare and unique Indian gharial. Shant, our male Indian Gharial lives in the Ganges River exhibit of River Safari.

Like to learn more about Indian gharials? We have prepared a learning kit jam-packed with activities you can do with your kids.

Animals We Love: Stingrays

The giant freshwater stingray is the largest freshwater fish in the world. Very little is know about this elusive fish which was described by scientists only recently, in 1990.

This giant can be found mainly in the Mekong and Chao Phraya river systems.

The Mekong River Exhibit at River Safari is home to three giant freshwater stingrays. We are proud to be involved in a pioneering research project with Chulalongkorn University, Thailand to study giant freshwater stingrays in the wild and contribute to the scientific knowledge of these giants. 

Like to learn more about stingrays? We have prepared a learning kit jam-packed with activities you can do with your kids.

Sensory Friendly

Some places in River Safari can be noisy and over-stimulate the senses. Use this map to plan in some quiet time during your visit.

Make a Viewfinder

Make your own viewfinder with materials found at home. Use it to focus on interesting details at our parks or other outdoor venues!

River Safari Social Script

Use this social script to familiarise yourself and your children with the sights and experiences at River Safari before your trip.

Sensory Friendly

Some places in River Safari can be noisy and over-stimulate the senses. Use this map to plan in some quiet time during your visit.

Make a Viewfinder

Make your own viewfinder with materials found at home. Use it to focus on interesting details at our parks or other outdoor venues!

River Safari Social Script

Use this social script to familiarise yourself and your children with the sights and experiences at River Safari before your trip.

Nature Scavenger Hunt

The River Safari is home to wild animals too! Team up with friends and family to find as many items as possible on this list during your visit.

Animal Observation Sheets

Use these blank observation sheets to help your students focus better on the animals and exhibits during a fieldtrip! A follow-up activity also encourages the students to pair up and discuss the similarities and differences between their observed animals. 

Amazon Flooded Forest's Famous Five

For six months every year, seasonal rains cause an enormous rise in the water level of the Amazon Basin.

The water overflows, submerging the forest by over 10 metres. This creates a water wonderland that attracts many aquatic animals from the Amazon River to visit, feed, play and breed – among them the animals featured in The Amazon Flooded Forest’s Famous Five.

Resource Pack: Itineraries and Activities

A full Primary-level resource pack with suggested itineraries based on thematic learning journeys. Use this pack to plan your own school-led learning journey in River Safari!

This pack has themes based on English, Science (and science bridging), and Social Studies.

  • P1-2: Crocodiles and Cousins / Turtle-y Awesome Shells 
  • P3-4: Body Coverings / Endangered Animals 
  • P5-6: Sustainability
Available soon!

Makan Detectives

Become a Makan Detective: trace your food's journey from farm to fork, and discover how much of our food is actually sustainable! 

Recycle Racers

Learn how you can recycle, help the earth, and have fun at the same time! 

Top Marks

Not all products and companies are equal. Score top marks by spotting environmentally friendly products that display these marks! 

Ages 13 and above

Sensory Friendly

Some places in River Safari can be noisy and over-stimulate the senses. Use this map to plan in some quiet time during your visit.

Make a Viewfinder

Make your own viewfinder with materials found at home. Use it to focus on interesting details at our parks or other outdoor venues!

River Safari Social Script

Use this social script to familiarise yourself and your children with the sights and experiences at River Safari before your trip.

Sensory Friendly

Some places in River Safari can be noisy and over-stimulate the senses. Use this map to plan in some quiet time during your visit.

Make a Viewfinder

Make your own viewfinder with materials found at home. Use it to focus on interesting details at our parks or other outdoor venues!

River Safari Social Script

Use this social script to familiarise yourself and your children with the sights and experiences at River Safari before your trip.

Nature Scavenger Hunt

The River Safari is home to wild animals too! Team up with friends and family to find as many items as possible on this list during your visit.

Animal Observation Sheets

Use these blank observation sheets to help your students focus better on the animals and exhibits during a fieldtrip! A follow-up activity also encourages the students to pair up and discuss the similarities and differences between their observed animals. 

Makan Detectives

Become a Makan Detective: trace your food's journey from farm to fork, and discover how much of our food is actually sustainable! 

Recycle Racers

Learn how you can recycle, help the earth, and have fun at the same time! 

Top Marks

Not all products and companies are equal. Score top marks by spotting environmentally friendly products that display these marks! 

Book Nook

Browse through some of our favourite reads here. E-books can be downloaded for free, and physical copies can be purchased at heavily-discounted rates. 

The River Adventure of Kai Kai & Jia Jia

Kai Kai and Jia Jia are excited to hear of all the animals moving into their neighbourhood. As they go around welcoming their new friends, they receive news of the most exciting addition to River Safari. Find out who that might be! 

Due to the Covid-19 circuit breaker, we can only process your orders after 1st June

A New Home for Kia Kia and Jia Jia

Kai Kai and Jia Jia have just moved from China to Singapore. Jia Jia wonders if she can fit in here. Will the giant pandas be able to make a new home in their new forest? 

Due to the Covid-19 circuit breaker, we can only process your orders after 1st June

The New Face at River Safari

Kai Kai needs Justin the beaver's help to build something for the baby panda, but the old beaver has sprained his back... Can Kai Kai get a present in time for the baby panda's arrival? 

Due to the Covid-19 circuit breaker, we can only process your orders after 1st June