Visit: Singapore Zoo, 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826 Singapore
Our award-winning park is also big on immersive experiences. Whether you travel onboard one of our guided trams or trek on foot at your own leisurely pace, your experience will take you through some of the most distinctive global wildlife habitats of the world - from the savannah grasslands of Wild Africa where lions, zebras and rhinoceroses roam, to the rugged canyons of the Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia where our colony of Hamadryas baboons call home.Fragile Forest Singapore Zoo is also well-known for its walk-through exhibits that bring animals and visitors together in one space for incredibly intimate encounters. Wander into the spectacular diversity of the Fragile Forest where flying foxes soar freely, mousedeers tread gingerly across your path, and ring-tailed lemurs bask in full view on the open sundeck.
For early risers, you’ll want to make time for our award-winning Jungle Breakfast with Wildlife programme not available anywhere else in Asia. Not only will you be treated to a scrumptious international buffet experience, but you’ll also be having it in the company of our family of free-ranging orang utans. In fact, we are the first zoo in the world with a free-ranging orang utan habitat that features the charismatic apes in natural surroundings.
Little ones will have a field day at the Rainforest Kidzworld where they can enjoy a splashing fun time at our wet play area, ride ponies or play and learn in this enriching zone.
Singapore Zoo is also a Learning Zoo - where the guest experience involves understanding the animals at a deeper level through well-designed and interactive educational displays. As a result of our extensive wildlife research programs and collaborative efforts with the global community, the Singapore Zoo has been taking important strides in furthering our key goal to preserve biodiversity. Guided by our wildlife conservation policy, our successful animal breeding program continues to see numerous significant births of endangered animals year after year.
Wildlife conservation and the preservation of biodiversity are goals we have made ours – to take with us as we create a world where more will be inspired to learn, appreciate and respect the animals, with whom we share our planet.
Over 1.6 million visitors come to Singapore Zoo every year. We’d love to see you soon!
1/27/2020 - 3/31/2020
|Monday - Sunday:||08:30 AM - 06:00 PM|
6 to 12 hours
All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.
Totaly superb, if you are in Singapore it is MUST to see the ZOO. You do not need a trap (but it is in the offer)
If you have time while in Singapore, do not hesitate to visit the Singapore zoo. Allow 6 hours for the most enjoyable zoo visit you could imagine.
A wonderful experiences for visitors and as near to natural habitat for the animals, an amazing place.
Amazing place,most of the animals are free range only separated by moats.Took around 4 hours to do the whole zoo,huge place
Was well worth doing was one of the highlights for us.
Most animals seem to be sleeping so there was very little activity on their part. The tram stops were not ideally located.
A sanitised park with lots of hiking. A little too disneyfied for a zoo and can't compare to many other zoos we have visited. Good for the kids provided they are prepared to walk a lot. Animals did appear well loomed after but bored in their environments.
The Singapore Zoo was good to see, but I expected more - a positive was the free ranging orangatans however we only seen one with a zoo keeper. We had ALOT of trouble entering the zoo as viator did not provide us with a collection note that was required to scan at the zoo to actually get our tickets. I printed off the voucher that was sent to me via email, however the zoo requested a collection note. They declined our entry and said contact your travel agent. We called viator via personal international mobile phone as Singapore zoo couldnt make international calls on 3 occasions. They re-sent us the voucher we already had, phoned again and they argued with the zoo staff. Waited 30 minutes as viator was meant to call back once sourced our collection note, no phone call, so we phoned back again as this time a lady was able to help and sent us the collection note, which the zoo printed out for us. Overall, we spent over 2 hours trying to get into the zoo, the staff were unhelpful and left it up to us to contact viator. Point is, make sure you have a collection note prior to going to the zoo from whatever agency you book through.
Nine-time winner of the coveted Best Leisure Attraction Experience award by the Singapore Tourism Board, our 26-hectare wildlife park is nestled within the lush Mandai rainforest that stretches into the magnificent Upper Seletar Reservoir. More than 2,800 animals representing over 300 species of mammals, birds and reptiles call Singapore Zoo home.
Many of our animal habitats incorporate special viewing features such as elevated platforms to view our giraffe exhibit, underwater galleries to see the watery worlds of our otters, pygmy hippos and giant estuarine crocodiles, as well as glass observatories to see animals such as the predatory cheetahs and lions. On top of the fascinating perspective of the animals, you get to view them in environments that have been thoughtfully built and landscaped after their habitats in the wild.