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The Singapore Zoo is set within a 40-hectare rainforest and houses over 2500 animals including tigers, giraffes, sea-lions, orangutans, elephants, lions, pandas, kangaroos and koalas.
There are so many things to enjoy at the Singapore Zoo, so bring your entire family for a great day out during your next visit to Singapore.
Singapore Zoo – Ticket Price, Entrance Fee, Opening Hours & Map
There are many different ways that visitors can enjoy a visit to the Singapore Zoo with a number of activities scheduled throughout the day. In the morning, enjoy a jungle breakfast with orangutans at Ah Meng Restaurant. Here you will get up close with these beautiful animals and have your picture taken whilst you enjoy breakfast.
There are a number of ‘regions’ within the Zoo which classify animals based on origin, so grab a park map and head around the world to ‘Wild Africa’, ‘Australia’, ‘Valley of Ethiopia’ and ‘Primate Kingdom’, just to name a few.
One of the best ways to experience the Zoo is to take the tram ride which takes you in open sided tram cars around the park to introduce you to many of the popular animals in the zoo. Audio commentary will direct you through each enclosure and you are able to hop-on and hop-off when it suits you. Tickets are only S$5 for Adults and S$3 for children for unlimited rides throughout the day.
Head to the sea lion show and watch as seals splash and play, before heading to the elephant enclosure to watch these powerful animals at work. Don’t miss the majestic white tigers as they lay in the shade and the magnificent lion as he prowls around his enclosure.
If the kids want to have a play, head to Kidsworld which offers heaps of activities for kids where they can splash, play and learn in one fun place. In Kidsworld, you will find a carousel, Animal Friends Show and play equipment. So bring the kids bathers as the paddle and play in this fun and safe kids zone.
Located in the northern region only 30 minutes from the city, the Singapore Zoo is easily reached by car or the MRT. For those taking the MRT, take the North-South (red) line and transit to connecting public bus services which will take you right to the park entrance (buses 927, 138 (daily) or 926 (Sundays and public holidays only).