Night Safari, Singapore
Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Gardens, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Catch a glimpse of exotic animals after dark at Night Safari, the first nocturnal zoo in the world. Look out for Malayan tapirs foraging in the grass, majestic elephants, and prowling tigers. You can take the tour on foot or by tram, which can take you though seven different geographical zones. Be sure to book your tickets in advance, and consider paying for priority boarding to avoid lengthy waiting times. Plan to visit Night Safari during your Singapore vacation using our convenient Singapore family vacation planner.
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Lovely to be taken round the night safari in the trams, very interesting with excellent commentary. We didn't take full advantage of everything on offer (trails & walks etc.) but enjoyed what we did s... read more »
MMmmmm - where to start? You book a time slot for your visit, stand in long queue waiting to enter straining to see a display of fire-eating which isn't going to happen unless you are at the front or ... read more »
well priced, the tour finishes around 10/11 pm, very different, must see! there is 3 different parts to the tour including shows and tours
My favourite of all the zoos in Singapore. Very well maintained, the animals are well fed and taken care responsibly. What I like the most is that all the animal living quarters seem very opened and natural, with natural lighting that actually looks like moon light. Well I like night time in general and the place has a peaceful, calm, yet adventurous spirit to it. I think whoever designed this zoo has done a really good job. There are 2 main activities that you should do: joining the nigh show, take a tram trip, and then do some walking on your own around the area that is not covered by the tram. You have around 4 and a half hours to do everything before they close the zoo, and believe me, if you would like to see everything that is barely enough. Therefore, remember to get a map from the entrance and check the schedule of the show (on the map) so that you could plan your visit! The show itself is a great experience (however don't expect a circus); it's a good show to help you understand about animals and about what we could do to live in harmony with them.
I had great fun here and the staff were unbelievably helpful - I was travelling alone and didn't have that long because I needed to get back to the airport for a red-eye flight. They helped me jump a queue and recommended a few of the best things to see. It's a really cool departure from the hustle and bustle of the rest of SG - but book in advance, and allow ~3 hours if you want to do the tram ride and a few of the trails.
Really cool. Our 5 year old son loved it. Surprisingly long queue when opened at 7:15 but absolutely worth the visit. Dinner options before opening are pretty good and slightly over priced but this is expected.
- 30-35 mins from the CBD ($50-60 for the 7-seater taxi fare per trip). - Please remember to book the ticket in advance to reduce the waiting time at the entrance. - This is a good place for the family especially with young children. - Those who do not want to walk can take the tram to view the whole park faster and at ease with the guided pre-recorded voice. Long queue expected as this is a very favorite place for families.
The long queue gets a bit tiring but at the end it's worth it. Buy premium tickets, you won't have to wait in queue then. Tram ride is awesome. Don't miss the walking trails, they are the memorable parts when you are with friends or family. Animal show is awesome, better than the fire show. Try reaching earlier and enjoy the whole place to the fullest. Have fun guys.
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