Singapore Zoo in my Travel List


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With incredible food, captivating architecture and plenty of kid-friendly amusement, Singapore has tons to offer. Established at the apex of the Malay Peninsula, the island of Singapore has made the most of its position.

Singapore Zoo

Singapore is a cosmopolitan city which is one of the most advanced and well developed in the world but has also conserved its cultures. Singapore is rapidly becoming a tourist spot with people coming to witness its largess from all over the world. Thus, Singapore is a must visit destination for the young and old alike. For special fares and complimentary delights, book your tickets from Singapore Airlines

Singapore Zoo

The Changi Airport, considered to be the world’s best, is Singapore’s airport from where one can get some very reliable taxis, but the quickest way to get around is on the efficient, affordable MRT.

With more than half of the area covered with parks and foliage, Singapore provides a great escapade for all those who want to get lost in nature. One of the best attractions of such kind is the Singapore Zoo. Considered as one of the best and most diverse zoos in the world, the Singapore Zoo or the Mandai Zoo as called by the locals is one of its kinds. Any trip to Singapore is just not complete without this adventure.

Few things to remember Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo

Zoo Timings: The Zoo is open from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm. The best way to reach the zoo is by using the MRT and by then taking connected buses that will take you straight to the zoo. Choa Chu Kang, Ang Mo Kio, Marsiling and Woodlands are some the nearest MRT stations that you can take.

Entry Fees: The Zoo charges $32.00, $21.00 and $14.00 (Singapore Dollars) for adults, kids and senior citizens respectively. One can also find many discount offers on online ticket bookings on their official website.

Singapore Zoo

Major Attractions: Some of the major attractions of the Zoo are the Rainforest Kidzworld which is an activities centre for kids which helps to satisfy their curiosity as well as play. Some of the best exhibits include the Elephants of Asia, Australia Zone and the Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia.

Singapore Zoo

What to Eat: Try breakfast with the orang-utans and other animals at the Jungle Breakfast with Wildlife for a unique experience. One can also purchase beverages from on-site shops and outlets. A variety of food options is present like the Ah Meng Restaurant, KFC, The Wild Deli and Casa Italia.

Singapore Zoo

Tips: Make sure to take along sunglasses or visors to protect your eyes from the sun. Use sunscreen or sun block if necessary. The weather can be unpredictable. Hence, go prepared for rain. Wear insect repellent and wear comfortable footwear. Use the tram when tired. Stay hydrated by taking enough drinking water.

Singapore Zoo

Where to Stay: Hotels like Orchid Country Club, Grand BlueWave Hotel Johor Bahru, Meldrum Hotel and the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Johor Bahru are some great hotels one can try which are near the zoo area. While you are in the area you can also visit the Night Safari which is just a minutes’ drive away from the zoo. While coming to the zoo, one can also visit the Kranji War Memorial and the MacRitchie Nature Trail.

Hope this article had given you enough reason of planning your next tour to Singapore Zoo. If you are worried about getting great deals of economy class flight bookings with special fares from India then please do write us at selfdrivetrips@gmail.com or visit Singapore Airlines.

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11 comments

  1. Thefirst picture is like looking at a modern day fairy tale city… Such a wonderful city and the zoo looks awesome… Night safari? Wow sounds great. Thanks for this info, it sure comes in handy.

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