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With the Singapore Zoo ticket, plan your visit to one of the world’s most beautiful zoos and explore it at your own pace. The Singapore Zoo is spread over 28 hectares and is a haven to over 3,600 mammals, birds and reptiles including some rare and endangered species.
Tour the stunning gardens in a tram and see how natural barriers like streams, rock walls and beautiful landscaping are used to separate animals from visitors to create an 'open zoo' effect. Meet our close relatives, the friendly orangutans that are one of the Zoo's star attractions. Singapore Zoo is nine-time winner of the coveted Best Leisure Attraction Experience award by the Singapore Tourism Board!
Some of the animal zones of the Zoo include:
No need to book an expensive cab to this attraction! We offer great options with hotel transfers:
Attraction ticket is valid for a month from date of issue. Refer please note section
Singapore Zoo is open from 8.30am to 6pm (timings are subject to change)
Present your e-tickets at Singapore Zoo ticketing counters at 80, Mandai Lake Road, Singapore.
Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!). Immediately on booking you will be emailed a receipt for your booking and your barcoded ticket will be emailed to you within 6 hours.
The ticket is valid for a month from the date of issuance, thereby giving you flexibility to choose your visit to the attraction.
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.
...Dhrubo Paul, United Kingdom, 09/Jan/2018
A great day out with it raining a little which cooled us off. Plenty of animals to see and were out and about and not hiding. We only used the tram once as it was easier to...Julie Holden, Australia, 09/Dec/2017
We really enjoyed the zoo and it was nice to see wild animals not in cages...leonard parkes, United Kingdom, 29/Nov/2017