Step into a haven of wondrous wildlife and lush rainforests with your Singapore Zoo tickets. A must-do for animal lovers and tourists in the Lion City, the beloved establishment is considered one of the best rainforest zoos in the world. Housing over 2800 animals from 300 species, a day at this famous attraction ensures a memorable outing for visitors of all ages.
Discover the wonders of the zoo by night, enjoy fire shows, interactive wildlife shows & wildlife encounters and strap on your walking shoes to discover fascinating walking trails. Explore the zoo grounds, get to know the adorable orangutans, enjoy guided buggy rides and participate in token feeding sessions – there’s no way that you can run out of things to do when you are armed with your Singapore zoo tickets!
There are lots of saver combos that show you the best of the city and one of them is the Singapore night safari tickets combined with tickets to Singapore zoo.
Please select a second date to complete the range.
Length: 4 hours
The zoo is open to visitors from 8:30am to 6pm daily. The best time of the day to visit is as early as possible, as soon as it opens. The crowds usually start to appear late morning. And predictably, the weekends are busier with longer waiting lines.
Although some Singapore Zoo tickets have transport included in them, this being one of city’s biggest attractions, there are many ways to get there: there are several buses and shuttles from the North-south lines. You could also take a cab to the attraction. You could also hop on the Safari Gate bus which would directly take you to Singapore Zoo.
There’s no getting past it, that Singapore Zoo tickets can be expensive. Your best bet for conserving money is by booking tickets well in advance, and looking out for any extra deals and saver combos that may suit your group.
Impress your fellow travelers with these fun facts!
• Attracting a whopping 1.7 million visitors annually, this tourist magnet was recently ranked No.1 in Asia by TripAdvisor in its Travelers’ Choice Awards 2014. It was ranked fifth overall in the world.
• Astove the tortoise is the oldest resident of the zoo. 76 years old and weighing an impressive 300 kgs, this Aldabra giant tortoise from Seychelles has been at the zoo since August 1989.
• Ah Meng, the orangutan was quite the celebrity! Ah Meng has appeared in more than 30 travel films and has been one of the biggest draws of the zoo. When she died in 2008, more than 4000 people attended her memorial service.
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