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Singapore Zoo

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Singapore Zoo

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A Singapore landmark, the Marina Bay Sands Skypark hangs poised atop the three towers of the waterfront Marina Bay Sands complex—and offers some of the city’s best views. Gain entry to the Observation Deck on the 57th floor and admire Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay, and so much more. Your ticket includes an audio guide, but do be aware that the Infinity Pool is reserved for hotel guests.
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Saridah S wrote a review Nov 21
Singapore16 contributions3 helpful votes
I have been to the zoo many times but during my last visit, I was with my grandchildren between the ages of 4 months to 6 years old. They were very excited especially when they were very close to the animals at the butterfly park. The new water dispenser is great new feature. During this COVID period this is fantastic.
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Date of experience: November 2020
Jeffrey wrote a review Nov 20
11 contributions15 helpful votes
Was there on 20 Nov 2020. Overrated and expensive. Many exhibits closed. Boring. Avoid. The plus points are easy parking and clean toilets.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Yaan_colombo wrote a review Nov 18
Sigiriya, Sri Lanka58 contributions46 helpful votes
Lovely experience kids had a lovelyvtime in the play area. Staff try their best to get everyone 8nvolved in all activities.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Valerie wrote a review Nov 15
8 contributions5 helpful votes
I've been to the Singapore zoo a few times and always had fun. Animal enclosures are well maintained, but most viewing areas are unsheltered and is scorching on sunny days. Food wise, there's an aircon restaurant and a non aircon bistro inside, selling mostly local foods like chicken rice, laksa and indian food. Honestly, prices are rather steep, but what do u expect from a touristy place? Good thing those with annual membership get a 20% discount 😊 The park has numerous drinks vending machines & a fresh orange juice machine as well, but 1 cup of orange juice priced at $3 is $1 more than what is sold outside. We also saw a kiosk manned by a friendly staff selling drinks, pizza and snacks. There's also a KFC & a small cafe selling ice cream in the kids play area. It's quite a large park, so tram rides come in handy, especially if you are bringing small kids. Items sold at the gift shop are quite affordable and cute too 😁
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Chelsea B wrote a review Nov 10
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom1,777 contributions491 helpful votes
We ended up spending about 7 hours at the zoo, from 9am to around 4pm. There was so much to see and do. Sometimes you visit a zoo and feel the animals don't have enough space, or that the space provided to them just isn't appropriate for their needs but Singapore Zoo had a really nice naturalistic feel to it. The zoo has chosen to house their animals in open environments, choosing to restrict movement through things like moats, rather than cages and it just seems to provide a better environment for both animal and visitor. Despite visiting in a prime time the zoo wasn't crowded, I never felt I had to fight someone for a space to see something and we were able to take our time leisurely strolling around.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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