Put a zoo and a national wildlife park together and you will get this enchanting Night Safari that is home to 100 exotic ... More
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 (86.48-acre) jungle allows you to watch 1,000 nocturnal animals come alive at night in their natural habitats. A tram ride lets you tour the park in comfort (extra charges apply).
Much more interesting than an normal zoo but occasionally hard to see the animals! Lots of pushy people. Either be tall or have sharp elbows if you want to see stuff up close. A great night out, though and would thoroughly recommend to anyone visiting Singapore, even for a short stop over
The night safari is a unique and fascinating zoo experience. Often times zoos can be disappointing, but this is not one of them. Seeing the animals out and about in the dimmed lighting at night was the best captive animal experience I've ever had. I've been to many zoos and wild animal parks, but this one beat them all.
It is a small area, you can experience the whole place in one night (if you hustle), but there is never a moment when you are straining to see what's there.
The most memorable part is coming face to face within one foot of a bat (flying fox) the size of a small dog. You ever want a lady friend to hold you tight, go to the bat enclosure; small dogs flying around your head will have such an effect.
Great place for families and singles alike!
We had a perfect time!!!Being so up close to all the animals was amazing. The atmosphere there is just "happy and peaceful" Being surrounded by that type of atmosphere is good for the mind and body. My 15 year old son is very excited about going back there.
well, i think the place is good because you have the chance to see rare animals and the night safari is a good experience. i just dislike the lighting of the place. its too dark and i had a hard time looking at the animals. and the drinks there are too experience. Imagine one can of coke is 4S$! so thats my comment..
The Night Zoo was amazing! It felt like there were no barriers between you and the animals. It was a very natural setting. The animals were all awake and active and this is definitely a must for anyone traveling to Singapore!
I think my title says it all. Its hair-raising and enjoyable at the same time. And I would like to assure you that I am not a sadist in any way. The Night Safari is an unforgettable adventure. You get very close to all kinds of animals ... some of them quite dangerous, and you can not see anything separating you from them... no cage, no fence, no glass.
Perhaps my experience was enhanced because we reached the place very late and were able to board only the last tram. There were not many people to give you any faux sense of security, and it was very quiet except for the noises of the insects and the animals.
After the tram ride, we decided to go by foot to the Tigers' enclosure. The route was through the jungle, over a hanging bridge. While we were crossing the bridge, we heard the roar of a tiger. After that i don't know why the bridge seemed to sway so much!!! most probably it was because of our hyper-bombastic heartbeat.
So if you get the chance, I recommend that you should not miss the Night Safari experience. In fact, i would say if you were ever given an opportunity to do only one thing in Singapore, this should be it.
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