Contest Issue 9

We have attractive prizes to give away in this issue! Just take part in these simple contests, and you could be a lucky winner.

Eco Gourmet Cafe – Set Lunch Voucher

At Labrador Nature Park lies a little-known fine dining gem. Enjoy a sumptuous meal atEco Gourmet Cafe,in the midst of luxuriant greenery – complete with charming hospitality!

We have a set lunch for 2 (worth over $60) to give away to one My Green Space reader! Simply answer these questions for your chance to win.

1) You can experience a ____ atmosphere at Eco Gourmet Cafe.
a. tranquil and peaceful
b.bustling and busy
c.posh and upmarket

2) Complete this sentence: “I enjoy dining in parks because _________ .”

Contest closes on 15 May 2011. Email your answer tonparks_mailbox@nparks.gov.sgwith the subject title ‘My Green Space Contest – Eco Gourmet Cafe’, together with your name and contact number. Prizes will be awarded to a respondent with the correct answer to (1) and the most meaningful answer to (2).

 

Wetlands In A CitybyDr Chua Ee Kiam


This fascinating coffee-table book chronicles the amazing transformation of Sungei Buloh from a collection of prawn farms, to the beloved mangrove habitat that it is today. The mangrove flora and fauna come to life in the beautiful photos in this book.

We have three copies ofWetlands In A CitybyDr Chua Ee Kiam(worth $48 each) to give away to My Green Space readers! Simply answer these questions for your chance to win.

1)What type of forest is Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve famous for?

a. Tropical rainforest
b. Mangrove forest
c. Lowland dipterocarp forest

2)Mangrove forests are important in many ways. Why are forests important to you?

Contest closes on 1 May 2011. Email your answer tonparks_mailbox@nparks.gov.sgwith the subject title ‘My Green Space Contest – Wetlands In A City’, together with your name and contact number. Prizes will be awarded to respondents with the correct answer to (1) and the most meaningful answers to (2).

Dragonflies of Our Parks and Gardens by Robin Ngiam

 

 

Dragonflies are beautiful creatures with great ecological significance. In this new book, read all about the importance of dragonflies, and find out how and where you can spot them in our green spaces.

We have three copies of Dragonflies of Our Parks and Gardens by Robin Ngiam (worth $26each) to give away to My Green Space readers! Simply answer these questions for your chance to win.

1) How many known dragonfly species have been identified from Singapore?
a. 84
b. 104
c. 124

2)Dragonflies can be found in many different parks and gardens in Singapore. Name one park mentioned in My Green Space which has a healthy dragonfly population.

Contest closes on 15 May 2011. Email your answer tonparks_mailbox@nparks.gov.sgwith the subject title ‘My Green Space Contest – Dragonflies’, together with your name and contact number. Prizes will be awarded to the first three respondents with the correct answers.

 

My Green Space Contest Winners – January 2011
 
Congratulations to the lucky winners of our previous contests! These winners have been notified by email.
 

Halia Set Lunch Voucher

Haslinda Shamsudin

A Field Guide to the Butterflies of Singapore by Khew Sin Khoon

Ariel Chong Zhi Jian
Yeo Swee Cheong

Sara the Botanicosaurus Plush Toy

Jacintha Kong
Zeng Zirong
Joshua Ong
Jenna Ong
Yeo Zhen Qiang

 

 

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