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Skip-the-Line: Priority Tram Boarding at Night Safari with Buffet Dinner

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  • Skip-the-line priority tram boarding at Singapore Zoo Night Safari
  • Hop aboard an open tram and spot forest dwellers on a nighttime safari with illuminating onboard commentary
  • Follow a guide along a jungle trail for close-up animal viewing
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Skip-the-Line: Priority Tram Boarding at Night Safari with Buffet Dinner
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Skip-the-Line: Priority Tram Boarding at Night Safari with Buffet Dinner
From $73.72
Overview
Use your skip-the-line pass to the Night Safari tram for priority boarding, and spend your 4 hours exploring the nighttime rainforest rather than waiting in line. Just hop right aboard for a family-friendly journey into the world of nocturnal animals, including lions, tigers and leopards in specially designed habitats. Disembark for a closer look along softly lit jungle trails, enjoy animal shows and cultural demonstrations, and feast on a dinner buffet. Round-trip transport from major hotels in Singapore is included.
What to Expect
It can take more than 40 minutes to board the Night Safari tram, but your skip-the-line admission ticket ensures priority boarding. Start your 4-hour nighttime safari with hotel pickup, then board the tram to explore 98 acres (40 hectares) of rainforest habitat located next to the Singapore Zoo.
Travel from the Himalayan foothills to the Southeast Asian rainforest, each carefully designed to replicate natural habitats and subtly lit to mimic the moonlight. Search for feline hunters — including Malayan tigers, a Gir lion and a pair of Sri Lankan leopards — as well as other nocturnal creatures such as spotted hyenas, red river hogs and Australian wallabies. Then get up close to more forest animals on a guided safari walking trail.
Dig into the international buffet for dinner at the Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant. Enjoy the tropical ambiance of burnished wooden beams and rustic rattan fans, or dine al fresco to a symphony of cicadas, frogs and other night creatures while a herd of Ankole cattle grazes nearby.
Two stage performances are included with your admission (see below). Afterward, the coach returns you to your hotel.
Thumbuakar Performance This Night Safari fire show includes a lively display of cultural dance moves from a crowd-pleasing troop of Thumbuakar warriors. They’ll heat up your night with amazing fire-eating skills, flame-throwing demonstrations and breathtaking stunts!
Creatures of the Night Show This 20-minute animal extravaganza brings you right into the heart of the rainforest. This highly interactive show demonstrates the unique behaviors and skills of nocturnal creatures like the otter, binturong, civet and more. Be amazed by the powerful jaws of a spotted hyena and cheer on the African serval as it shows off its ability to leap for prey.
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Reviews (126)
1 - 5 of 12 reviews
Reviewed October 3, 2018 via mobile
Nice experience

Its a nice experience but one will have hard time to spot most of the animals. Also if u have done the zoo you wouldn’t go bonkers in this one.

2  Thank 11may
Reviewed September 23, 2018 via mobile
Still delightful

We have visited before several years ago and I always wanted to return. We made it this time, booked before we left UK, and we had a car drop us off and pick us up from hotel Still delightful, not disappointed well worth it. There...More

2  Thank christinegdi50n
Reviewed September 20, 2018 via mobile
Singapore Zoo Night Safari

Picked up from our hotel at 6pm and transferred downtown to coach meeting point. Set off at 6.30 pm. 45 minutes to drive to Zoo as peak rush hour. Guide was personable. After arrival, 1 hour allowed for buffet dinner; good choice and fairly good...More

Thank louiseshaw2016
Reviewed August 31, 2018
overcrowded, late, missed shows, disappointing

very badly organised, unbelievably crowded, we were told tour was 6 pm to 1130pm. We were picked up at 6 but then driven to a collecting place where all their buses met, and stood in the heat and humidity for quite a long time before...More

Date of experience: August 2018
3  Thank Nikki E
Reviewed July 18, 2018
Very educational and entertaining

We have always wanted to visit this attraction but only managed to see it this time due to the tight schedule previously. It is very easy to get to either by car or public transport. Tickets can be pre-booked or bought while you are there....More

Date of experience: March 2018
2  Thank Linhchesky N
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