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Attention all animal lovers! This is one place you DO NOT want to miss!
Set in a rainforest environment, Singapore Zoo’s world famous ‘open concept’ offers the opportunity to experience and be inspired by the wonders of nature. Animals here live in spacious and landscaped environments simulating that of their natural habitat.
Singapore Zoo is taking this further by evolving into an Open, Learning Zoo. Instead of just observing the animals, educational content designed in an interactive mode is a feature of all exhibits. These interpretive aims to effectively convey facts about the animals and messages about wildlife conservation.
Tips on Enjoying the Zoo
Protect those peepers! Sensitive to sunlight? We recommend that you bring sunshades, sunglasses or visors to keep the glare away. Better yet, soothe on some sunblock for added skin protection.
Rain, rain, go away! The rain sometimes makes an unexpected appearance. Having an umbrella or raincoat handy will ensure you remain dry should this happen. Many parts of the zoo are sheltered though, and you’ll still be able to enjoy excellent views of the animals from there.
Make sure you pick up a map as you enter so you won’t miss out on the many presentations, token feeding sessions, keeper talks, rides and photography opportunities that happen during the day.
Feet first! Taking a leisurely stroll is the ideal way to enjoy everything the zoo has to offer. Comfortable footwear will ensure you get to explore the park endlessly minus sore and tired feet.
Tired of walking? Then hop onto a tram to rest your soles. Or take a break at one of the shelters while you get your wind back. Many of our exhibits also have viewing galleries that allow you to observe the animals comfortably.
Wheels galore! We realize long walks might be taxing for little feet. Parents can rent strollers and wagons for their children. Wheelchairs are also available for those who need it.
Stay hydrated! As the weather in Singapore tends to be hot and humid year-round, do remember to bring enough drinking water, and keep drinking throughout the day. An ample supply is on sale at our numerous F&B outlets if you happen to run out.
Video of the Arena of the Wild – the Singapore zoo!
Address: 80 Mandai Lake Road
Time required: One whole day
Opening hours: 8:30AM to 6.00PM daily, Last admission at 5:30PM
Admission Rates: Adult: s$18.00
Child (3 to 12years old) S$9.00
Call us at: (0065) – 6269 3411
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