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Singapore Night Safari with Optional Buffet Dinner

Highlights
  • A comprehensive visit to one of Singapore’s top family attractions 
  • Skip crowded daytime zoo for an unusual, nocturnal experience 
  • Catch sight of wildlife from an open tram and up close on a guided trail walk
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Singapore Night Safari with Optional Buffet Dinner
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Singapore Night Safari Tour with buffet dinner
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Night Safari
Singapore Night Safari Tour
From $48.55
Overview
Skip a daytime visit to the oft-crowded Singapore Zoo and see how nocturnal animals come alive on this night “safari.” Visit one of Singapore’s top attractions, exploring from an open tram and on a guided trail walk. One moment you’re looking for animals in the dark, and the next you’re spotting them near the tram. The tour also includes aa nocturnal animal show and fire dance performance. Upgrade for dinner.
What to Expect
Your tour begins with a pickup from most major hotels in Singapore and Sentosa Island. Arrive at Night Safari, part of the same wildlife reserve as the city zoo. Hop on an open-air tram and ride around the slightly illuminated jungle park.

Pass a reservoir and drive through habitats designed to mimic the animals’ natural environments. Spot animals along the way and then take a guided walk along “safari” trails. Spot leopards, lions, hyenas, tigers, and hogs along the East Lodge Trail.

Check out the Wallaby Trail to look for wildlife native to Australia.

Your admission includes access to the Creatures of the Night and Thumbuakar shows. If you choose the former, journey into the rain forest for a roughly 20-minute interactive show about the behavior of some nocturnal animals. Thumbuakar is a cultural fire dance performance.

Upgrade for a buffet dinner at the Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant in a rustic nighttime setting.
Reviews (1,291)
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Reviewed yesterday
Well organised

From the moment we booked the night safari with our hotel concierge, the Night Safari went awesome. We got picked up for our hotel, transferred to the bus and joined a host other people for a night out. The highlight though was, Linda Chan our...More

Thank 813nigelw
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Nice to have

Have been to Night Safari today with my partner. It is for kids and city people nice to see. Nicely made. But... well, a Zoo. It is very touristic but for city people surely a nice way to see all those beautiful creatures. We have...More

Thank RamaBeachManagement
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Over priced, over rated wuth queues everywhere.

Don't let the Safari part mislead you. There is no personalised interaction with a knowledgeable guide. You have queue for everything. The crowds totally spoil the experience. If you choose to walk the the circuit instead of embarking on the commuter like train you're also...More

Thank ConstantTraveling
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Night Safari Tour

Many thanks to Linda Chan for a delightful experience She has an extraordinary sense of humor, paces herself so well with the group. Appreciate her energetic and enthusiastic view of life. Very happy to have a fun group this evening as well Thanks to all!

Thank val0riezagelbaum
Reviewed August 27, 2018
Worth queuing for.

This is a bit different to other zoos because the animals are in more of a natural environment. The show part was good apart from not being able to see some of the animals. (Don't sit too far to the right) The queue for the...More

5  Thank Angela B
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Sallyh07
October 31, 2018|
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Response from iandavies51 | Reviewed this property |
The night safari is done on a tram so no walking is involved. You can walk on one of the trails, the shortest of which takes about 15 minutes.
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Sandra310
May 22, 2018|
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Response from Midnite77 | Reviewed this property |
It pretty much depends on what you prefer really...a sunny walkabout under the blue skies or a mysterious nocturnal walkabout.
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