Celebrate Singapore’s Biodiversity at the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum this December!

Update [30 Dec]: All copies of Temasekia have been fully redeemed. Limited copies of Stacey Goes to the LKCNHM are going fast.

We bring you the gift of books in celebration of SG50!

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From Friday 18 Dec 2015
First 2,000 gallery visitors will receive the Celebrating Singapore’s Natural Heritage trail guide and activity book to explore our rich biodiversity through the museum’s gallery containing some 2,000 specimens.

From Saturday 26 Dec 2015
Launch and gift of 2 new books on Singapore’s natural heritage and the LKCNHM: Temasekia: 50 Plants and Animals Native to Singapore, and Stacey Goes to the LKCNHM.

Terms and conditions:
Each adult ticket can be exchanged for Temasekia: 50 Plants and Animals Native to Singapore, while a child ticket can be exchanged for Stacey Goes to the LKCNHM. One ticket is exchangeable for one book only. LKCNHMember (Individual), and NUS staff and students can receive 1 copy of Temasekia: 50 Plants and Animals Native to Singapore. LKCNHMember (Family) can receive one copy of Temasekia: 50 Plants and Animals Native to Singapore and Stacey Goes to the LKCNHM. LKCNHMember (Corporate) can receive one copy of Temasekia: 50 Plants and Animals Native to Singapore per card per visit. Limited books available on a first come first served basis.

Information about the books:

Celebrating Singapore Natural Heritage

Celebrating Singapore’s Natural Heritage trail and activity book is produced by the museum’s outreach and education unit for visitors (age 3 and up). It aims to raise awareness about the rich biodiversity in Singapore.

Stacey goes to LKCNHM

Stacey Goes to the LKCNHM by Lianne Ong is the forth book of the Stacey and the Museums series. In this new adventure, she explores the exhibits in the natural history museum and learns secrets from the past. Recommended for children (age 3–7).

Temasekia

Temasekia: 50 Plants and Animals Native to Singapore is written by LKCNHM staff and researchers in Singapore and introduces the biodiversity and discoveries in Singapore. The species featured in the book were described from specimens collected from Singapore or bear a name related to the country. Some are found nowhere else in the world!

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