Singapore ZooCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- 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
Singapore Zoo - Review
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.
Singapore Zoo is one of the attractions in Singapore itinerary 2 days. Must visit this awesome attraction.
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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
- 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
09 AM - 10 AM
38.3% of people start their Singapore Zoo visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
2 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Singapore Zoo
93.71% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Singapore Zoo
Singapore Zoo Map
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Singapore Zoo, Singapore Reviews
It is a great place for people of all ages. Very beautifully laid out. Amazingly a wide collection of animals and a nice walk around the zoo. There is provision for tram train rides around the zoo. There are certain specific shows at certain times of the day. You may visit the website to check those timings and plan your outing there. The monkeys seems to be roaming and swinging freely on the trees. The reptile section is quite interesting. For a thorough look and leisure outing, it will take half a day or so. There is a food court inside the zoo for a quick bite and to refresh yourself. There are feeding time for birds and animals for a certain fee at specific times, so it is good to check the website. The baboons have a huge area and they seem to have a kingdom of their own. It is really worth visiting and having an outing there with family and friends.
One of the best zoos I've been to on the world. Lots of animals with big open spaces. Efficient tram to move you around the park quickly. Good food. And perhaps the best children's splash Park I've ever seen... And I go to them all the time with our kid. Must see and do if you are visiting Singapore.
Right next to the River Safari and Night Safari! We were able to finish all 3 in one day, thanks to how close together the three parks are! Would highly recommend for young children, especially the different feeding programs that the zoo has available. My kids fed giraffes and goats! The pony ride is also great! Shows are wonderful as well if you go at the right time. The zoo requires lots of walking however, so you may want to think about renting a wagon or carrying your child around if they are young and not used to walking long distances
As zoos go, this is a pretty good one. Accessed easily by MRT and bus, and not too expensive by taxi. The enclosures are well looked after, and the animals all appear in good condition and not distressed. No cages helps visitors feel close to the animals. Orangutans can roam through a network of ropes above the walkways, and are not enclosed. There is a decent amount of shade, and many sheltered seating areas with fans. A tram ride saves the legs. Food and drink is widely available, is decent and reasonably priced. Well worth a visit, especially with children, who also have an amusement park on site to enjoy.
Very good for kids as one would expect. Best part was that few friendly animals and birds roam around freely between people on walkways and they don’t intimidate or anything but don’t bother them as well and give hem space, just enjoy them walking around. There is also a river safari by the side of it which also has sea animals and Koala and Panda etc. Panda was the best attraction here as one could see them resting and eating etc., closely! Go early if possible. It would take 7 hours easily to have a look at leisure! Best value for money when taken as part of Park Hopper ticket that includes 4 parks.