[50% Off] Entry for 2 adults to True Discovery Reptiles & Other Animals Exhibition + 2 photographs with Parrots or Snakes for RM18 instead of RM36 (only RM9 per person). Malaysia’s Most Diverse Reptile Exhibition with Many Rare Species
- One of Malaysia’s most diverse collection of reptiles.
- See, touch and get in close contact with all the animals.
- Discover and learn about the smallest species of monkeys, a two-headed turtle and many other rare reptiles.
- Educational entertainment for all ages.
- Experienced animal handlers and educators adhere to strict codes of safety and hygiene.
- Complimentary entry for children below 5.
- All animals are licensed.
- Located at i-City.
- Redemption period: Sep 18, 2011 – Nov 15, 2011.
- Valid 6pm – 1am daily (Including public holidays).
- May buy and use many.
- Photograph sessions with animals are valid 8pm onwards.
- Children aged 5 – 12 charged at RM5 per entry.
- Free entry for children aged 0 - 4.
- Valid at True Discovery, i-City Shah Alam:
- Sheila: 017-212 2447 / Chris: 017-353 0029 / Goku: 017-204 0988 (Mon - Fri: 10am - 6pm)
Sometimes, the heat of the concrete jungle necessitates lower order instinctual behaviour such as territorial fighting, pack mentality and mating seasons. Visit distant relatives with today’s Groupon: for RM18, you get entry for two adults and two 4R photographs with parrots or snakes to True Discovery in i-City, Shah Alam.
Walk in Tarzan’s non-existent shoes and explore a diverse collection of reptiles and other animal species such as birds, monkeys, raccoons and more in a safe, animal-nurturing environment. Instead of wild stampedes during mega sales at malls, families, friends and love triangles can visit True Discovery to learn about over 100 animal species. Experienced animal whisperers and educators adhere to strict codes of safety and hygiene procedures so animals and evolved primates alike enjoy their encounters. A sanctuary for unprotected and neglected animals, it also houses fantastical creatures like a 70kg anaconda, two-headed turtle, the smallest monkey species and a hornless unicorn.
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