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Night Safari

4.4/53,130 Reviews
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Business Hours

Monday-Sunday 19:30-24:00, available admission time 19:15, 20:15, 21:15, admission stopped at 23:15. Restaurants and retail stores are open for business after 17:30.

Address

80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore
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About Night Safari

The Night Safari is a wildlife park specifically for seeing and experiencing nocturnal wildlife. More than 2,000 animals live in the park. In this heavily wooded park, visitors can choose between taking a tour bus or walking among the paths to observe these nocturnal animals in their natural habitat. In addition to looking out for various forms of nocturnal wildlife, the park also has all kinds of wonderful interactive programs sure to rekindle your childlike sense of wonder.

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  • 山水人生
    5.0

    At 07:15, when night is not yet complete, the zoo opens at night, and visitors are allowed to enter by tickets at designated times. There are a lot of tourists queuing because they are eager to take the limited tour bus, and they all rush to the station where they take the tour bus. Since we have booked a follow-up tour bus in Chinese, there is no need to join in the excitement. According to the brief tips of the Night Zoo, we initially scheduled the tour procedure for tonight. After checking in, we went directly to the Animal Performance Open-air Theatre to watch the first performance at 07:30. The semi-circular open-air theatre has a lot of seats and tourists, but the whole performance is very ordinary. Animal performances are basically very low IQ movements. In addition, the host speaks English and we do not understand, so many of the content will not be able to understand. In fact, it seems that the host is procrastinating, and the so-called last Python player in the audience seems to be obviously played by the staff. After about 25 minutes of watching the animal show, we walked to the hiking area, where visitors are absolutely few compared with taking the sightseeing bus. In this so-called "the world's first zoo dedicated to nocturnal animals", there are several jungle trails for tourists to walk, but there are apparently few tourists willing to take part in the dark nature. We walked along the dimly lit jungle trail, nervously, and saw very limited animals and the introduction of the animals that played the most part. Feeling like such a blind walking tour, it seems a psychological torture to be nervous, so I gave up the intention of walking for another period and arrived at the platform of the Chinese-speaking tour bus about 20 minutes ahead of schedule. The 08:45 bus we took was empty and empty, and only eight tourists, including us, swam down for 40 minutes in a circle. We did see some animals along the way, such as tigers, elephants, lions, leopards and deer. In the dim light, these captive animals can only show us a silhouette, and perhaps at night, combined with captivity, these animals are basically lazy. However, the lecturer's explanation also let us know some knowledge. If we take an English guided tour bus, it is absolutely not worth the tour project if we do not understand the explanation.

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  • _WeCh****273872
    5.0

    All of the safari's offered at Singapore Zoo are good. However Night Safari is by far the best. Jump on board one of the trams for a commentary in multiple languages (dont forget headphones) about the wonderful animals they have. Their are multiple walks around the area as well as a night time show. All of the animal conditions are great and you can get up close to them all. I would definitely recommend to anyone.

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  • 玥亮
    5.0

    Singapore Night Zoo is the first zoo in the world to open at night (19:00 to 24:00). It has planned two ways to visit the park. The special bus route is 3.2 kilometers, about 45 minutes. Along the way, we can see fierce large animals, such as leopards, bison, antelope, lazy monkeys and spectacles monkeys. If not addictive, the park has also planned a 2.8 kilometre trail of fishing cat trail, leopard trail and forest trail, which can slowly visit the jungle scene under the cover of night. It's a thrilling journey. The Malay tapir can get on the bus and swim with you at any time. Kangaroos jump in front of you. They don't know when and what kind of animals they fly overhead. It's raining in the tropical rainforest. It's very meaningful to watch Night animal activities.

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  • efsefr
    5.0

    I'll tell you that I've taken at least one hundred pictures. Can I see what they are? I suggest you all go early and forget at 7:30 or 7:30, that is to drive into the park, and then don't take the last car if you take the bus. You can't see the magic horse. You can see the grass in front of you when you stop. When you wait for the car to start, it's your turn to take pictures. As a result, the car speeds up and leaves you in a mess in the wind... That's what Nima is like! If you're going to walk, believe me, women don't go!

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  • jamesmacvoy
    5.0

    A black-lit car was walking in the woods, and from time to time some wild animals were seen on the left and right sides. It sounds a bit panicky. And it's often said that there's a group of playful deer on your left or that other animals often don't see one with their eyes open. Generally speaking, if you take a taxi so far, you have to call back. That is to say, you don't look at the place where you regret more. However, all taxis are Chinese uncle drivers, because the distance is very long, all the way to give us the history of the development of the country of science and technology. There is a snack paradise in the park, which is not only affordable but also tastes good. One of Margo's PayPal pays a 20-40 red envelope every time, sweeping away the fear of shuttling between the mountains and forests.

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  • 树崽
    5.0

    Time is tight, heavy task, temporary decision, one day in advance to buy tickets, random e-tickets, direct self-service tickets, no printing, very convenient and fast. Just think Singapore is very small, misjudged the length of time to go, the result has been to ride 60 bus stops in history, more than two hours. In the afternoon, I went to the River Zoo two hours earlier, and then at night, I ate at the entrance of the zoo and watched a fire-fighting performance. After eating, I just caught up with the entrance time. It's just that the Chinese mini-train with tickets takes a long time. It arrives at 7:15 and starts to take the mini-train at 8. It's a long queue, but it's worth seeing the animals. There was a show at the exit of the train, so I gave up walking tour and went to see the animal show painfully. The performance is very warm, and there is environmental protection knowledge of garbage classification. It's only in English, if there are subtitles or explanations. After watching the program at 10 o'clock, the children couldn't hold on to it. My walking browsing plan was completely lost and I went home! The 138 bus runs until 12:15 p.m. It's great!

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  • _CFT01****2753231
    5.0

    The first stop, Night Wildlife Park, is open until 12 p.m., the first night wildlife park in the world. When we get off the plane, we take a taxi and roar to the night zoo. The tickets are booked at 7:15 p.m., so we can't miss the time. The driver is good. It's 30 minutes'journey and 20 minutes' journey. The scheduled Chinese sightseeing bus can understand the explanation without queuing. The cable car travels through seven different geographical regions of the world, ranging from the rugged Himalayas to the swampy riverbanks of forests in the Asian River Region. To be honest, we can't see animals clearly at night, and we enjoy the mystery of night. Fortunately, the animals were still awake and almost all of them saw it. Well, the jungle at night is scary, especially where there is no light. After the cable car to watch the performance, a very budding animal laughed at me, I always walk, ignore the call of the host. Walking trail after watching the performance. Four paths took two, each for five minutes, and I went back because I was afraid. Yes, I'm afraid. Because on the first path I went into a cave and through the glass window I wondered why there were no animals. When I realized that a snake was the same colour as a tree, I ran away in an instant. Not dead, ran the second path, dark rubbing path, dark rubbing tree jungle, dark rubbing red lights, I really do not want to embarrass myself, so, I escaped. I'm thinking that when I go to the Amazon rainforest in the future, it seems that I can only watch the animals in the daytime, but I can't hold the animals in the evening.

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    Reviewed on 1504972308000
  • 团长酷炫狂霸拽
    5.0

    Night Zoo! It's really longer than the Universal Studio queue. It opened at 7:30. In fact, it can be queued up at 7:00. We turned two buses to see a long queue. It is suggested that the children who come to play in the future can join us in the day+night+river ecology. When I returned, I found that there was a kind of carpooling business car. It was very convenient to send 5 new coins to the downtown hotel.

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  • JuneMaymay
    5.0

    Night zoos are more fun than daytime zoos. Although the animals are almost the same, they are closer to the animals than daytime zoos. Unfortunately, they can't be photographed in the dark. The bats who like bananas most are very cute. They also like to eat watermelon, and the performances are worth watching. However, there are many people who really want to queue up for a long time when they enter the zoo.

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  • 286****654
    5.0

    Night zoos in Singapore want to be more famous for daytime, and daytime zoos are similar in China. But at night it's different. You can choose to walk or take a sightseeing bus. The sightseeing bus provides English explanations, and the Chinese explanations are paid separately. But the sightseeing bus will miss some paths, walking is more sensible, dark, poor eyesight will not be able to distinguish small animals oh

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