Opened in 1973, this zoo uses moats and beautifully landscaped glass-fronted enclosures to house some 2,800 animals. 28 ... More
Opened in 1973, this zoo uses moats and beautifully landscaped glass-fronted enclosures to house some 2,800 animals. 28 hectares (69.2 acres) of land is divided into more than a dozen regions, featuring 216 species, including rare and endangered ones. The world's largest captive orangutan group can be found here. Two programs, Wild Breakfast and Afternoon Tea, enable visitors to interact with and learn more about six species of animals while having their meal (extra charges apply). Photographic opportunities, of course, abound. Other highlights include feeding programs, elephant and pony rides, animal shows and a tram ride.
Facing the Singapore Recreation Club at the southwestern end of a long open field, The Padang , Singapore's second oldest
surviving social club. Founded in 1852, the Singapore Cricket Club carries a nostalgic colonial charm with its brown tiled ...
The center takes visitors through Singapore's technological endeavors and achievements in an entertaining and educational setting. Loads of hands on
activities await: virtual reality games, computer simulated shooting, virtual parachute jumps, a motion simulator ride, and more. In addition, ...
Put a zoo and a national wildlife park together and you will get this enchanting Night Safari that is home
to 100 exotic species, many rare and endangered. The first of its kind in the world, this 35 hectare ...