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Pride and relief in bringing River Safari to life: CEO

Technical issues and delays had added to construction woes

Published Mon, Sep 15, 2014 · 04:09 AM

[SINGAPORE] In Lee Meng Tat's own words, the journey of putting together the new River Safari park in Mandai turned out to be a "pretty rough" one.

The chief executive of Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) says he is filled with both relief and pride at watching the $160 million project come to life, after several delays.

The construction of the 12 hectare attraction - Asia's first river-themed wildlife park - met "some turbulence" early on, he recalls.

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