Tuesday, 4 May 2010

Malaysian Mammals Exhibition In Putrajaya

Last week, after our morning jog at Taman Botani in Putrajaya we went to a Malaysian Mammal exhibition which was held at Galeri Pameran Muzium Alam Semulajadi in Presint 15, Putrajaya. More excursion to the museum for us, eh?

A family of three, all stinky and sweaty visiting an exhibition (I haven't even had my morning shower yet)! Lucky not many visitors at 9.00am (opening time) because I bet they wouldn't have appreciate smelly us being there!
Entrance is free. After registration, we made our way inside and were greeted by this huge board.
There was even a kiddie area inside, complete with two computers and books for a multimedia experience for the kids and soft toys to cuddle too.

The exhibits starts with elephant, followed by Sumatran rhino, tapir, bear, mainland serow, deer, primates, otter, pangolin, bats, squirrels, rodents, a Bryde whale and not forgetting our "Pak Belang" - tiger.
At the tiger section
Raimie and a tapir
The primates section

The exhibition will run until 31 July  2010, daily from 9.00am to 5.00pm. If you are in the vicinity, why not make a visit here. 

13 comments:

  1. I suppose one of these days, this kind of exhibits would be what our future generations would be going to to see animals if we are not careful in preserving our environment. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. @HappySurfer,
    That's true. We have to preserve whatever left of our nature for the next generation.

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  3. Nice exhibition. Free entrance. thumbs up. Can see the kids had fun.

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  4. wahhhhh sangat rajin nya berjalan2. dasat ko nehhh..

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  5. @Superman,
    It was a small exhibition but kids would love it. My son certainly did. :)

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  6. @Dot,
    ala, apa berjalannya. Balik jogging pastu trus gi tengok binatang awet... tak jauh pun dari Alamanda tu...

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  7. You were there so early 9am! :)

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  8. @Mei Teng,
    We were there earlier as we went straight from our 7am morning jogging session to the exhibition. Had to drive/walk around first to kill time waiting for it to open. ;)

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  9. with the wide range of exhibits available and free entrance, what more could you ask for? :)

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  10. @Life Ramblings,
    That's true. :)

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  11. this is very educational for raimie

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  12. oh my i am getting too sleepy now!

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