From the lush green gardens, well-planned walking trails, to spotting free-roaming animals; there are plenty of interesting activities to try at Singapore Zoo.
New pilot programme provides dog training, fostering and adoption support for canines fondly called Singapore Specials.
Come try out this new trail at The Night Safari.
Visitors are also required to pre-book their tickets online.
For some animals, stay-at-home rules don't apply.
With a 4-Park membership programme deal and a direct shuttle service taking you straight to Mandai, fun times are a-plenty for the whole family this year with WRS Parks!
Head to Singapore Zoo this June to meet the new Ah Meng, and take in a range of exciting activities for the whole family...
Our tallest SG50 baby just got adopted by Abbot GROW (a milk formula for children) at the Singapore Zoo. And given such an apt name!
He's got four lanky legs and the longest neck and eyelashes ever. You guessed it - he's a baby giraffe! You can now head to the Singapore Zoo with your little ones in tow to greet this adorable giraffe calf...
In a twist on an animal attack, two visitors to Singapore Zoo got injured when a steel structure shaped like a giraffe fell on them. Also find out how to keep your family safe at the zoo.
Henderson Waves, the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore are a new outing spot that soon became the talk in the town because of its unusual shape.