Travellers wishing to experience Singapore Tours to the Zoo will love the Wildlife Reserves Singapore programme which allows them to lunch with the lions at the Singapore Zoo or take a night tram ride to see nocturnal animals at Night Safari.
Singapore Zoo is home to more than 2,500 animals belonging to 316 species. More than a third of the species are on international endangered lists, so this is an opportunity to see rare animals that not every zoo will have. Animals include Asian elephants, the big cats, orangutans, snakes and more, all in a 28-hectare rainforest setting. The zoo is open daily at 80 Mandai Lake Road in Singapore. Admission is approximately A$15.21 for adults and A$9.89 for children.
Night Safari is an exciting adventure which involves a tram ride which crosses eight geographical zones filled with nocturnal animals, or animals which come out only at night. See more than 1,000 animals belonging to 115 species while riding the train or walking through the 40-hectare preserve on three trails. Admission is A$24.34 for adults and A$15.97 for children. It opens at 7:30 nightly at 80 Mandai Road.
World Reserves Singapore also provides a combination ticket, which includes two or more attractions. Besides the zoo and night safari, the programme includes the Jurong Bird Park with 5,000 birds from 380 species, making it the largest bird park in the world. A combination ticket for all three costs A$44.11 for adults and A$28.90 for children.