Singapore Zoo

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  • Address: Singapore Zoo, 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826
  • Timings: 08:30 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +65-62693411
  • Ticket Price: 32 SGD
  • Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
  • Tags: Zoo, Entertainment, Family And Kids

About Singapore Zoo, Singapore

This is a very good model of ‘Open zoo’. Here, no cages are used. Glass fronts are used as boundaries for enclosures housing dangerous animals like leopards and jaguars that climb well. So not only do the animals get to roam free, you also get to view them in as natural a habitat as possible. This zoo houses over 2,500 animals. Here, you can find many educational and interactive exhibits about the animals. Other unique experiences are also offered like ‘wild discoverer’ and ‘Lunch with lions’ tours. People of all age groups can enjoy here to the fullest.

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Singapore Zoo Information

  • Don’t miss the night safari here.
  • Parking facility available.

Singapore Zoo Ticket Prices

  • Ticket price: $15 - $20.
  • Ticketing Counter: 8.30 am – 5.30 pm.
  • Adult: Singapore Dollar 32.00
  • Child: Singapore Dollar 21.00
  • Senior Citizen: Singapore Dollar 14.00

How To reach Singapore Zoo by Public Transport

  • Ang Mo Kio: Bus 138
  • Choa Chu Kang: Bus No. 927

Restaurants Near Singapore Zoo

  • Loy Kee Best Chicken Rice 
  • Kopitiam 
  • Al Ameen Eating Corner

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Things to Know Before Visiting Singapore Zoo

  • 95% of people who visit Singapore include Singapore Zoo in their plan

  • 38.15% of people start their Singapore Zoo visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Singapore Zoo

Tuesday, Friday and Saturday

93.78% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Singapore Zoo

People normally club together Singapore Mass Rapid Transit and Ksl City Mall while planning their visit to Singapore Zoo.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Singapore Zoo, Singapore Reviews

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  • This is a great zoo. I saw animals I did not know existed. We had the good fortune to see a show about the rain forest fitting back. The birds that had been trained were simply amazing. They have a white tiger and he has blue eyes. I was really impressed by the zoo design. The animals although captive seemed to have comfortable surroundings

  • It's very well organized, animals seem to have enough space to go around. The staff is helpful and kind. We were bringing our 11 months infant to live see the animal we show him in books, so we were very excited about it. We had breakfast with the orangutans ($35 per adult), and while I had different idea in mind (treetop sitting area, enclosed but near the animals) it was a good experience. There was a very cute baby orangutan within the family, which reminded me the animals have been trained to sit there and eat while people took photos in front of them. The presentation was informative and is clear that their focus is teaching the need to protect the animals and their environment. After some walking we got to the Elephant ant play and work area, with plenty of time to sit at a nice spot (it really gets crowded). Everything was fine until the animator starts and decides to scream! Our baby panicked in a way we hadn't seen before and broke in years. The guy kept making extremely loud noises (even though the audio system works week and there are speakers everywhere), so unfortunately we had to leave. We continued the walk around, but given the previous experience, avoided the shows. The white Rino' at the beginning seemed to be fake (plastic) as they stood still for some seconds until they ears move :). The chimpanzees play area is very nice, and you can see how playful and strong they are. Overall a good experience, but don't think the shows have small kids in mind.

  • Singapore Zoo is really a great place to visit. Lots of animals and very organized and clean. Timings are around 8:30-6pm. The zoo area to cover can take even 6hrs if you are an animal lover. Lots to walk so carry a cap, Sunscreen and water. There are many shows which have certain timings do check them in advance and be there half an hr before to get decent seating. (bird, elephant show many others) The night safari is worth the wait. Can see animals well and with good distance, there is a mini train which you take and that stops at many places in the zoo and then you can visit the animals in that area.

  • Very nice zoo, can tram if you want to around the park. But to be honest if you don't mind the weather I would walk. You see so much more and can take your time. Some of the viewing rooms are air-conditioned some just have fans. There is also plenty of room to get a look in. While walking around always look up the orangutans roam free and sometimes need to go, if you know what I mean. :)

  • Singapore Zoo offers visitors an enchanting experience with the wild life we don’t normally see in our region. From lions to polar bears, elephants to reptiles, Singapore Zoo has a wide variety of animals which makes this a great place for family outing. There is also a train ride which goes on a specific route to take visitors to a predestined spot so don’t worry about the walking distance! However, sometimes I personally feel that by walking along the pathway provided and stopping whenever you feel like to look at the animals or just to enjoy the nature, is in itself, another kind of enjoyment. All information regarding the animals shows, food and refreshments areas is available in their compact yet informative leaflet. Be sure to bring along a couple of bottled water and insect repellent along to ensure a smooth and hydrated trip at the Singapore Zoo.

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