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The multi-award-winning Mandai Singapore Zoo celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2023 and provides a home for over 300 species with a total of 4,200 animals. The animals can be experienced in their natural habitat: whether in the Fragile Forest or on Orangutan Island - there are over 12 different zones on over 28 hectares to discover. And perhaps you might spot one of the famous Tasmanian Devils on a Night Safari ?
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Singapore Zoo: 1-Day Entrance E-Ticket
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Singapore Zoo: Entrance Ticket with Tram Ride
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Combo (Save 20%): Night Safari + Singapore Zoo + River Wonders + Bird Paradise Tickets
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8 tips for visiting the Singapore Zoo

Cheetah in 'Wild Africa' | Photo: Unsplash, Jeffrey Hamilton
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Respect the RulesThe animals must be respected in particular: converse at an appropriate volume, take photos without flash and do not throw anything into the enclosures. If you book an activity with interaction, follow the guidelines of the zoo staff. After all, you are visiting the animals in their home!
Orangutan at 'Orangutan Island' | Photo: Unsplash, Manish Tulaskar
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Download the app onto your smartphoneThe app provides tips and routes, and you can plan your visit here. Don't worry, the park provides free WiFi - you can't get lost.
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Be prepared for anythingSince the weather in Singapore can be changeable, it is best to take both sun and rain protection with you. Insect repellent is also highly recommended! Should you've been caught by a rain shower, rain ponchos and umbrellas can also be purchased in the park.
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Free drinking water stations - bring your bottle!There are drinking water stations throughout the park where you can refill your bottle at no charge. Of course, you can also buy a drink on the spot.
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Wear good footwearSince the zoo covers an area of 28 hectares, good, comfortable shoes are a must! Should your route become too strenuous, you can also rent electric scooters or strollers. Wheelchairs can be borrowed for free.
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Use the trainYour ticket includes free use of the Safari Tram, which accesses a large part of the area. You also have the opportunity of an audio tour in English about the animals and zones.
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Fun for little visitorsThe newly opened Kidz World offers the youngest visitors not only a petting zoo but also numerous knowledge stations and a water park. Guaranteed fun!
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Book a multi-park ticket and saveWith a multi-park ticket you can visit Singapore Zoo, Bird Paradise, River Wonders, and Night Safari at a discounted package price.
Monkeys in Singapore Zoo | Photo: Unsplash, Jamie Haughton

Singapore Zoo - from RepTopia to Wild Africa in one day

Originally opened in 1973 as Singapore Zoological Gardens, the zoo is now part of the Mandai Wildlife Group and one of the best zoos worldwide. It belongs to Wildlife Reserves Singapore, which also includes the River Safari, the Night Safari, and the Bird Park. The zoo is also known worldwide for its commitment to animal welfare and strives to house animals in their natural environment.

Breakfast in the wild

Initially conceived in the 1980s as Breakfast with Orangutans, Breakfast in the Wild is one of Singapore Zoo's most popular attractions. Here you can enjoy your breakfast - as the perfect start to your visit - amidst the rainforest, and get up close with various residents such as orangutans, native birds, or reptiles. However, note that a separate ticket must be purchased for breakfast. Online booking in advance is highly recommended.

A tropical polar bear?

In December 1990, the first (and to date, the only) polar bear in the tropics was born at the Singapore Zoo: Inuka. He lived to be 27 years old - a respectable age for a polar bear. Polar bears live an average of 15 to 18 years in the wild, but can live up to 30 years in captivity.
Lemur in the 'Primate Kingdom' | Photo: Unsplash, Toby Seaman

Increase in giraffes

In May 2021, the zoo received a Rothschild giraffe couple, Adhil and Balaj, from the Indian Mysuru Zoo as part of the EAZA Species Conservation Programme. The Rothschild's giraffe is one of the most endangered species in the world and needs to be protected. By the way, the first giraffe born in the Singapore Zoo was in August 2015 - and as Singapore celebrated its 50 years of independence that year, she is named Jubilee.
Giraffe feeding at the Singapore Zoo | Photo: Unsplash, Jackie Park

Experience the animals up close

Have you always wanted to feed an animal at the zoo? At Singapore Zoo, you have the chance to do so! Here, you can feed giraffes as well as elephants, white rhinoceroses, tortoises, or zebras. Since the slots for the feedings are highly coveted, it is advisable to book them online in advance; also note that feedings cost extra.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the zoo accessible for people with disabilities?

The zoo not only offers free wheelchair rental at the park entrance but also the opportunity to use the train free of charge. Some of the trains have designated wheelchair spaces. Read more.

What must I see without fail?

The Singapore Zoo is a beautiful place to explore wildlife and offers many exciting attractions. Here are the main attractions that you must see:

○ Orangutan Island: In the Singapore Zoo, there's a large population of orangutans living on an island in a natural setting, where you can observe these fascinating primates.

○ Kidz World: With children, visiting Kidz World is a must! Even the youngest visitors can experience the animals up close or test their knowledge at numerous stations.

○ Night Safari: Experiencing the animals at night is a unique experience! The attraction does require a separate ticket - but you can save a lot with a multipark combination ticket!
Read more.

What should I do if it suddenly starts to rain?

In case of a change in weather, one can buy rain protection (ponchos or umbrellas) from the shop. Additionally, the park also offers some covered areas, for example RepTopia or Fragile Forest. If it rains longer, you can also stop by a restaurant. Read more.

Do I need to book activities and attractions in advance?

Especially for popular activities, such as animal feeding or Breakfast in the Wild, booking online in advance is required. Read more.

Is the visit also recommended with a toddler?

The Singapore Zoo also offers a plethora of attractions for even the smallest visitors: apart from Kidz World, there's a playground, a daily animal meet and greet at Kidz World, as well as a special Explorer's Map which can be picked up for free at the entrance of Kidz World. Read more.

General information

opening hours

The Singapore Zoo is open daily, including Sundays and public holidays, from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm. The last possible admission is at 5:00 pm.

Kidz World is open daily from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.

address

Singapore Zoo
80 Mandai Lake Road
Singapore 729826

tickets

Adults can purchase a ticket for the Singapore Zoo on-site for S$ 48, the ticket for children aged 3-12 costs S$ 33. Children under 3 years visit the zoo free of charge.

A Multi-Park ticket can be purchased to save up to 40%. The tickets are valid for 7 days and entitle to a single entry.

how to get there

The Singapore Zoo can be accessed by a combination of train and bus or by taxi. The zoo also offers a shuttle service from the Khatib MRT station. If arriving by car, a paid parking spot is available.
Hannah Gottlieb-Kettl
Written byHannah Gottlieb-KettlHannah is an enthusiastic globetrotter. Her love of discovering new places has taken her to almost every continent on our planet. Hannah now shares this great passion with the world as a content creator. In her writing, she provides impressive insights and combines her travel experiences with lots of useful tips.
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