Singapore Wildlife Reserves and Parks
Take your family adventure to these beautiful reserves and wildlife parks. Featuring one of the world’s largest rainforest exhibits, the Singapore Zoo is home to exotic animals from around the world – from Asia to the frozen Tundra – that roam free in open, natural habitats. See lions, cheetahs, zebras roam the savannahs of Wild Africa and observe them nocturnally in the Night Safari. Enjoy fun animal feedings and shows, ride on a giant elephant and meet the giant pandas. If you are feeling aquatically adventurous take a ride on the River Safari where you can explore the Congo, Nile or Ganges including their colourful and exotic arrays of fish. Jurong Bird Park, Asia’s largest bird park, is a haven for close to 3,500 birds across 400 species, famed for its large and immersive walk-in aviaries such as Lory Loft, Jungle Jewels and the Waterfall Aviary.
- Singapore Zoo– Adults: $35; Children (3-12) : $23
- River Safari– Adults: $32; Children (3-12) : $21
- Night Safari– Adults: $47; Children (3-12) : $31
- Jurong Bird Park– Adults: $30; Children (3-12) : $20
Prices provided are subject to change. Kindly refer to the attraction’s website for updated pricing.
- Singapore Zoo– 8:30am to 6:00pm
- River Safari– 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
- Night Safari– 7:15 p.m. to 12:00 m.n.
- Jurong Bird Park– 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
- Houbii Rope Course
- Chinese New Year Celebration
- Safari Zoo Run
- Animal Exhibits
- Wildlife Tours
- Guided Tram Ride
- Shopping & Dining
- Animal Shows & Feedings
- Animal Rides
- Safari Tram ride
- Amazon River Quest & River Safari Cruise Boat Ride
- Safari Walking Trails
- Keepers Chit Chat
- River Safari
- Night Safari
- Rainforest Kidzworld
- Jurong Bird Park
What are the most popular attractions?
These reserves offer some of the most incredible wildlife experiences on the planet. Not only can you see animals roam free in this beautiful park, the Singapore Zoo features the largest rainforest and the first safari park for nocturnal animals. Experience the Night Safari, a guided tram through seven geographical zones and a rainforest with night creatures in their natural habitats and tribal performances. The River Safari will take you on an inspiring adventure of the world's most complex fresh water ecosystems, while the Fragile Forest, lets you wander through a giant domed rainforest with a diversity of wildlife, including riding on the shoulders of elephants. The Jurong Bird Park is Asia's largest bird paradise, home to four large free-flight aviaries, the exhibits at the Park are designed to mirror the simulating natural habitat of birds from all over the world. Great place to feast your senses on over 3500 colourful birds across 400 species.
Are there places to eat at the reserves?
The zoo offers casual eateries including Ah Meng Restaurant, The Wild Deli, Inuka Cafe and KFC. Start your day with the orangutans at the Jungle Breakfast with Wildlife. Try Singapore’s favourite dishes like chilli crab, briyani rice, and chicken tandoori in a charming village of the Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant. Dig into gourmet burgers and hot dogs at Safari Sizzles, or grab a bite at the Jungle Rotisserie. Drop by for a cuppa at Starbucks or dig in to the signature panda pau inspired by River Safari’s star resident, or have a taste of other Chinese delights at Mama Panda Kitchen. Get a taste of iconic Singaporean dishes at the Hawk Café or spice up your visit to Jurong Bird Park with tantalising Indian cuisines at Curry Garden. Indulge in a sumptuous Asian lunch with the colourful avian personalities of the Park at Lunch with Parrot show.
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