Lose yourself in the enchanting tropical jungles of the Night Safari, the world’s first safari park for nocturnal animals. Explore the jungles at your own pace with the Night Safari Entrance ticket along with Tram access.
Travel in an open tram through varied terrain, that’s home to more than 1,000 animals, ranging from fierce predators to timid forest dwellers. Under subtle moon glow lighting, which enables you to see the animals but doesn’t distract them, you can watch Cape buffalo, African bongo, blue sheep, striped hyena, golden jackal, the rare great one-horned rhinoceros and other creatures playing, prowling or feeding in the Night Safari's lush grounds.
Observe the animals in their naturalistic habitat and enjoy famous performances filled with humour, thrill and surprises!
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You may stay at long as you wish at the Night SafariStart time
The Singapore Night Safari is open from 7:30pm until midnight.Meeting Point
Singapore Night Safari is located at 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826. It is about a 30-minute drive from the city.
Directions: You can reach by public transport by taking the MRT on the North-South (Red) line and transit to connecting public bus services
Nearest MRT stations connecting buses:
Choa Chu Kang (NS4) 927
Ang Mo Kio (NS16) 138
Marsiling (NS8) 926 (operates on Sundays and Public Holidays only)
Woodlands (NS9) 926 (operates on Sundays and Public Holidays only)
Singapore Night Safari
The highly popular Singapore Night Safari is the world’s first ‘night zoo’ experience and has scooped a number of coveted tourism awards. You can explore the park by following walking trails or taking a guided tram tour (ticket included).
The tram tour takes 40 minutes and is a delightful way to travel deep into the domain of some of the world’s most fascinating nocturnal animals. The tram is open-sided, allowing you unimpeded views of the animals. An English-speaking guide from the Zoo will go with you and point out the creatures you can see on the route.
In the complete safety and comfort of the tram, you will travel through the East and West Loop of the Night Safari, passing a large reservoir and weaving through habitats designed to replicate natural environments from the Himalayan foothills to the South-East Asian rainforest and Indian subcontinent.
The varied terrain of the park covers 40 hectares and is home to over 1000 animals of more than 110 species. Subtle lighting techniques allow you to see what is happening in the jungle at night without causing disturbance to the inhabitants.
After your jungle tram ride, take a walk down the trails where you will be able to view some animals such as fishing cats, bats, flying squirrels or even leopards at closer quarters.
After the overwhelming tour of the jungle, relax and enjoy a powerful performance put up by local tribal warriors. They will enthrall you with their fiery stunts in the Thumbuakar Performance and the Creatures of the Night Show.
You can also grab local delicacies in traditional village ambience at Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant (at own expense) or get onboard the Gourmet Safari Express (at own expense).
Voucher information: No need to print! If you are travelling with a smartphone or a tablet you can present the voucher on your device for this activity.
Immediately on booking you will be emailed a receipt for your booking and your E-Ticket will be emailed to you in 72 hours
The barcode E-Ticket is valid for 1 month from the date you specify at the time of booking
Photo ID is required for all guests with an E-Ticket and may be requested at the park entrances
Only original E-Ticket will be accepted. E-Tickets with deletions or alterations will not be accepted.
great experience...Hariharan Ramaswamy, India, 27/Jul/2017
Good night safari tour in Singapore I love the ride tour and fast service for me...vipin Nischal, India, 25/May/2017