This June holidays proved to be a little more special for over 60 children. After all, it is not everyday you get to sleep over in the world’s largest aquarium.
These children (aged eight to 13) from voluntary organisations and family service centres like Chinese Development Assistance Council, South West CDC Family Service Centre and Dyslexia Association Singapore participated in the first-ever Marine Life Park Ocean Sleepover on 3 June.
The fifth edition of the resort’s annual outreach programme, aRWSome Kids’ Date, saw underprivileged kids becoming Marine Explorers to have fun at the 2D1N conservation camp.
Joining in the adventure was Bluub, the friendly creature who has called the resort home in June. Here to spread the Go Blue message that land and oceans are interconnected, he believes that everyone can have fun while playing a part in conservation. Check out how he enjoyed himself at the Marine Life Park Ocean Sleepover.
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