Are you planning your trip to visit Singapore Zoo?

Well, there is this Park Hopper special which allow visitors to purchase 3-in-1 or 2-in-1 admission tickets to either three or two of the parks – Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari and Singapore Zoo – at a discounted price. Locals and residents keen to tour several times in a year can sign up for a reasonably-priced membership bundle which comes with perks such as tram rides and complimentary parking.

I would recommend you to purchase the Park Hoppers Special ticket which combines both Singapore Zoo and Night Safari for SGD28 per adult or SGD14 per child of 3-12 years old. Not only it is cost-saving, except the entry ticket is valid for 1 month. At Night Safari, you may take a tram to tour the animals in very natural settings. The animal shows are very educational and entertaining. Only at that zoo they navigate around very openly, plus they do not stay inside their hutches like some other animal theme parks. In case you are much like me, who loves to take pictures of these adorable animals, this is actually the time to take action.

There are over a hundred species of animals that visitors can see during your visit to Singapore Zoo and Night Safari. Opening hours of the Night Safari are daily from 19:30 until midnight. If you don’t want to get wet, sit 2 or 3 rows back. Otherwise, this could be an awesome manner to surprise your little ones or your travel companions. buy 3-in-1 or 2-in-1 Park Hoppers and purchase a combo ticket that would admit you to see the Zoo the next day and hopped on one of the last tram rides starting the loop through the park.

Someone asked me why I’d constantly want to go to the zoo whenever I visit a country. Aside from testing my photography skills (or the lack thereof) for wild animal shoots, I wittingly replied “Show me your country’s best zoo and I will tell you how well-fed your people are”. The visitors get a time to walk through this tunnel and get a three dimensional view of marine life all around them in a natural environment. You will find the sharks, stingrays, eels and groups of fishes swimming all around. In 2009, 1.6 million visitors enjoyed the experiential learning fun at the 28-hectare award-winning Zoo. The Zoo is a designated rescued wildlife centre by the governing authority.

With an average of 1.5 million visitors a year, it is graded as the best Zoo in the world. Set in a rainforest environment, the Singapore zoo offers around 2530 specimens and 315 different animal species of which 16% are endangered species. The tram tour is highly recommended otherwise visitors will do a lot of walking and the eastern part of the park is not accessible by walking. At the second tram station there is a walking path ‘The Leopard Trail’ for viewing giraffes, flying squirrels, lions and other animals.

The animals are kept in spacious, landscaped enclosures, separated from the visitors by dry or wet moats. The moats are concealed with vegetation or dropped below the line of vision.

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