Check out the world’s longest sculpture coming to Singapore that is almost the same length as four Olympic-size swimming pools

by Marcus Leong

Have you ever imagined what life would be like if gorillas, elephants, pandas and more walked alongside you — pretty wild isn’t it? Well, this exhibit is about to change all that. Hailed as the longest sculpture in the world, the Love the Last March exhibit will be making Gardens by the Bay its home from 19 May 2023.

Photo: Love the Last March

Coincidentally, 19 May also happens to be National Endangered Species Day — and if you haven’t already guessed it, the exhibit will feature 45 endangered animals. Some of the animals featured include the Eastern Lowland Gorilla, White Rhino, Pink Dolphin, Walrus, and even the Giant Panda — it’s almost like the real life version of Jumanji. 

Photo: Love the Last March

The exhibition spans over 192 metres and in case you’re wondering, these animals are life-size but not alive so you don’t have to worry about them attacking you. You’ll be able to get up close and personal with them so that you can snap some cool pictures — something you won’t get to do at the zoo. Get ready for a long walk as you hunt for your favourite animal in the line. On the bright side, you’ll be able to get your steps in!

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Apart from checking out these cool sculptures, you’ll also get to learn about these endangered animals and expand on your knowledge of wildlife through the QR codes placed around the exhibit. You’ll learn interesting facts like their behaviours, what they like to eat, and more importantly why it is threatened. Each animal here also has a name to make each account feel more personal. 

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To make things even more engaging, you can bring some of the animals out for a walk — with the help of AR technology that is. Simply scan the QR codes and you’ll be able to watch the animals trot through the garden. We reckon young kids will really enjoy this spectacular display

Photo: Love the Last March

Once again, the exhibit will be unveiled at Gardens by the Bay on 19 May and will be around for one year. Admission is free so make sure to check out these intricate sculptures before it is too late. If there’s a specific animal you really like, you can also buy a miniature figurine of it online, with a portion of the proceeds going to the World Wildlife Foundation. 

Are you ready to walk with these endangered animals? 

Love the Last March 
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???? 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Gardens By The Bay, Singapore 018953
????️ 19 May 2023 to 18 May 2024

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