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Set in a rainforest environment, Singapore Zoo is home to over 2,800 animals from over 300 species of mammals, birds and reptiles. The park also boasts the world's first free-ranging orang utan habitat in a zoo. Delight in an exciting outdoor feast...more
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Being Christmas hols, the zoo was very busy. But despite a very long queue at the ticket office, it moved quickly and there were plenty of staff to assist.
The shuttke buses are excellent, some stops were busier than others and just had to be...More
This zoo is world class by any standard, esp not having cages for the animals and good use of natural looking settings to encourage the animals to "hang out" or exhibit themselves such as the white tigers laying on comfortable 'boulders' to sun themselves at...More
Came to the zoo with my 3yo and she had an amazing time. We started off with the Orangutan breakfast buffet, and she especially liked the fact that there were sometimes peacocks walking through the eating area. There is a variety of animals (with some...More
I have been to many zoos around the world and this is by far my favourite one. The animals are very well taken care of, with a large area to roam around. The signs and displays are very informative and the shows are fantastic and...More
Get up close & closer to a variety of animals. You can even get chance to feed the elephants. Requires a lot of walk & lots of time to cover the entire place. Although trams are available for commuting internally, it's better experienced by walking...More
It was not only interesting but well organised and the shows were great as you get really up close with the animals and then be given time at the end to interact with them. The boat ride was just a 15min break with not much...More
By far the best zoo I’ve been to ever and that for sure is not arguable. They got almost everything here. Clean and tidy place. However, it could be improved if the rides were to be free of charge. The entrance alone is insane, so...More
Absolutely enjoyable, you can't skip this zoo if you are in Singapore, a must visit to all ages, lot of animals, shows and food everywhere. Most of the animals looks in good health and clean.
And you can get so close to some of them....More
If you travelling with a infant, you will need time at the zoo, lots of shows, lots to cover on foot it has amazing collection of animals, it is a big zoo, if it is busy it can take longer to cover, staff are very friendly... More
If you travelling with a infant, you will need time at the zoo, lots of shows, lots to cover on foot it has amazing collection of animals, it is a big zoo, if it is busy it can take longer to cover, staff are very friendly will happily help you if need any assistance.
Sentosa island will need a day just for the universal studios and another day for the other attractions. I have a feeling you will not be able to get into quite a few of them with 11 month old boy, unless if you have other family members looking after him when you want to get into the ride/attraction. Just a tip, don't rush to buy the pass at sentosa island, have a look around and buy just what you, in our case we ended up visiting just 3-4 that we considered to be enjoyable for our family.
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Well, the area of the zoo is quite big and every time I went there not too crowded indeed (my last visit was on Saturday and was okay). If you like animals and wildlife, I recommend you going early in the morning. It... More
Well, the area of the zoo is quite big and every time I went there not too crowded indeed (my last visit was on Saturday and was okay). If you like animals and wildlife, I recommend you going early in the morning. It closes at 5pm so you only have 7 hours to finish the whole zoo.