Night Safari Wallaby Trail

Night Safari Wallaby Trail, Singapore: Hours, Address, Night Safari Wallaby Trail Reviews: 4/5

Night Safari Wallaby Trail
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7:15 PM - 12:00 AM
Monday
7:15 PM - 12:00 AM
Tuesday
7:15 PM - 12:00 AM
Wednesday
7:15 PM - 12:00 AM
Thursday
7:15 PM - 12:00 AM
Friday
7:15 PM - 12:00 AM
Saturday
7:15 PM - 12:00 AM
Sunday
7:15 PM - 12:00 AM
About
Among Night Safari’s newest attractions, this captivating Wallaby Trail is inspired by the unique wildlife of the Australian Outback and highland forests. Here, you can look forward to some of Australia’s most fascinating nocturnal wildlife natives. A hop and skip away from the main entrance of the park, this magnificent trail includes an immersive Ranger Station learning experience. This trail also highlights one of the few free-ranging Wallaby walk-through habitats in Asia, and the mysterious Naracoorte Cave with scorpions, venomous centipedes and other night crawling creatures.
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Patrick B
Bristol, UK856 contributions
Nov 2014 • Couples
Friends had recommended this, as backpackers we decided to use public transport to get there. It didn't take very long to get there, and cost about $4 as opposed to $30 by taxi.

Definitely get something to eat first as the restaurant's there are expensive due to the captive audience. We walked around the zoo first rather than queuing for the tram. It is worth noting that you will see different animals when you walk or get the tram. The experience is very novel and the enclosures/viewing areas are positioned so it is rare you can't see an animal.

Most of the people that complained on the tram were too busy trying to get photo's (flash photography isn't allowed) and not savouring the experience. As with most things it is what you make of it. This was one of the highlights of our stay in Singapore
Written November 21, 2014
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Holly808
Honolulu, HI13 contributions
Oct 2012 • Solo
The concept of having a zoo only open after the sun goes down, leave much to the imagination. All those animals you'd normally see in a regular zoo are asleep, lethargic and not in their state of being. At night, the nocturnal animals are awake, eating, hunting, playing ... so unusually different and so highly recommended.
Written September 3, 2013
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anil t
3 contributions
Sep 2018
But when we were taken to the area it was already dark so i think they should do it in a proper light
Written August 7, 2019
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E6855DRpeterg
1 contribution
Feb 2020 • Family
If you want to watch animals in calm way with clear view don't go for night safari. Lots of people trying to push you out of the wagon, not possible to see animals clearly because it;s dark and light must be dimmed. I was feeling like on a trip for disable people. next time I take a daylight trip to look around the zoo which is absolutly incredible!
Written February 10, 2020
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TheShis
Tel Aviv, Israel33,173 contributions
Jul 2013 • Couples
Night safaris can actually be very good, but only if you ever get to see any of the animals.
This spin-off of the actual zoo includes about 4 walking trails within the site, this being one of them, where you can barely see the animals.
There are also two guided tours on trams, where you can sometimes see some animals.
Some animals, which are obviously NOT nocturnal are fed at night (for the amusement of the visitors). I personally find it horrible.
In order to take good photos of the animals at night - you need a tripod and a very good camera. Otherwise - forget it.
90 minutes to two hours is more than you need.
Written March 7, 2014
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Corina T
3 contributions
Too dark to see the few animals and very expensive.too crowded.too much for nothing.I would no recommend it.
Written February 26, 2014
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sukihehe
Melbourne, Australia177 contributions
I think it's really nice to see the animals at night and the tram ride was really great. However whether it's worth to wait for more than an hour to just get on the tram and see the animals just for a few seconds? I m not sure. If you are coming to the night safari, I suggest you to see the night show first then the tram trip. Make sure you have your dinner before the show. Although the website suggests it takes about 2 hours for the trip, I think it's better to prepare for about 3 hours because there are just way too many people!! There are loads and loads of tour bus coming!
First show starts at 7.30pm lasts for half an hour. Waiting in line to get on the tram about 1 and a half hour. Tram ride 40 mins
Written October 23, 2014
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Michael K
Hennef, Germany414 contributions
Oct 2012
Everyone has been to the zoo, but this a totally unique perspective. I went with my sons 11 and 14. In addition to the tram tour, there is also a opening show with fire-eating dancers. If you use the subway to get to the zoo, remember that the subways stop running at night and you may need to take a taxi on the return trip.
Written September 18, 2013
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Surprizzzz
2 contributions
May 2013
It worth viziting, just because it is a zoo at night!!! Animals are not in cages, some of them even cross the road, what makes you feel like in the real forest. Bus that you are riding in stops during the trip, so you can continue your excursion on feet if you wish. And ofcourse a lot of wonderful souvenirs are sold here!
Written August 15, 2013
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humera J
Karachi, Pakistan43 contributions
Jul 2012
Why is this even called a safari? all you get to do is sit in an open tram and take a trip in total darkness with the guide letting you know which animals are sleeping nearby. We didn't get to see any animals. A total rip off.
Written June 22, 2013
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