Monkeys, River Safari, Singapore. One of the photo I take on Monkeys, while visit River Safari, next to Singapore Zoo and Night Safari.
I personal like the style of the image feel and mood generated. As now I keep looking for way take photo beyond digital photography. Digital is clear, but some time old fashion photography look great, in particular for the emotional feeling and mood generated.
Few style in explore, and try to build up personal style on the shoot.
River Safari Singapore
The River Safari (Chinese: 河川生态园）is a river-themed zoo and aquarium located in Singapore. It is built over 12 hectares (30 acres) and nestled between its two counterparts, the Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari. It is the first of its kind in Asia and features freshwater attractions and river boat rides as its main highlights. The safari was built at a cost ofS$160m, with an expected visitor rate of 820,000 people yearly.
The Giant Panda Forest was opened to the public on 29 November 2012, with a soft opening on 3 April 2013, attracting close to 1,500 visitors. This attraction is the fourth zoo in Singapore, along with the Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park, and Night Safari, all of which are managed by Wildlife Reserves Singapore. The park was officially opened on 28 February 2014, and it was announced that more than 1.1 million have visited the River Safari since its soft opening in April 2013.
The park boasts a tropical rainforest setting along with as river theme with various animal attractions, theme park rides and other major exhibits.
The park consists of a total of 10 different ecosystems around the world, including the River Nile, Yangtze River, Mississippi,Amazon as well as the Tundra. It features 5000 animals of 300 species, including numerous that are endangered. Among these are anacondas, American beavers, electric eels, Mekong freshwater stingrays, West Indian manatees, Mekong giant catfish, giant pandas, gharials, red pandas, golden pheasants, paddlefish, jaguars, squirrel monkeys, electric eels, giant otters and Chinese alligators, as well as a pair of Japanese raccoon dogs that are part of an exchange program with the Asahiyama Zoo in Hokkaidō, Japan.
The Amazon Flooded Forest exhibit, which houses the manatees and various South American fish, contains 2,000 m3(71,000 cu ft) of water and has a viewing panel that measures 22 m × 4 m (72 ft × 13 ft). Its volume and the size of the viewing panel are both world records for a freshwater aquarium.
One of the main attractions is a pair of male and female giant pandas – Kai Kai (凯凯) and Jia Jia (嘉嘉)– which are housed in a specially constructed climate-controlled enclosure which change throughout the four seasons emulating their original environment. The zoo grows its own 8,000-square-metre (86,000 sq ft) plantation of special bamboo specially for the feeding of the giant pandas. These pandas are a sign of the twentieth anniversary of friendly Sino-Singapore relations. The park also received a conservation donation from CapitaLand.The names of the two pandas were selected from entries of a public naming competition organised in 2010. The pandas, which arrived in September 2012, are on a ten year loan from China.
Theme park rides
The park features a boat ride called the Amazon River Quest. It features over 30 wildlife species from the Amazon River, such as Brazilian Tapirs, Capybaras, Red howler monkeys, Scarlet ibis, Collared peccaries, red-backed bearded saki monkeys, jaguars, black howler monkeys, Maned wolves, Golden-headed lion tamarins,rheas, guanacos and Giant anteaters. It was opened to visitors on 7 December 2013.
A 15-minute River Safari Cruise on the Upper Seletar Reservoir, will travel along the outskirts of Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari compound, which border on the reservoir, giving visitors a chance to spot animals including giraffes and Asian elephants. Tickets are priced at S$5 for adults and S$3 for children aged three to 12, on top of River Safari admission. Each cruise can take up to 50 passengers and runs at 15-minute intervals from 9.30am to 5.30pm daily. The boats are wheelchair-friendly. The ride opened on 1 August 2014.