Catch a glimpse of exotic animals after dark at Night Safari, the first nocturnal zoo in the world. Look out for Malayan tapirs foraging in the grass, majestic elephants, and prowling tigers. You can take the tour on foot or by tram, which can take you though seven different geographical zones. Be sure to book your tickets in advance, and consider paying for priority boarding to avoid lengthy waiting times. For Night Safari and beyond, use our Singapore tour planner to get the most from your Singapore vacation.
Tours to Night Safari
$75 BOOK WITH VIATOR The Singapore Pass with 3 or 5 Attractions and optional Universal Studios Entry
Duration: 5 days
$191 BOOK WITH VIATOR Private Tour: Night Safari Tour with optional Buffet Dinner
Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Night Safari reviews
Not worthy of the money at all. This one is not a Safari is a night zoo. Totally different from Safari. I think you should change the name. I was expecting to be much more nearer to the animals. We... more »
The night we went was raining...Was deciding if we were to cancel the trip n head home but found a lot of people still heading in so off we went... Upon arrival, we went on the tram... The queue was..... more »
Its a must visited place in Singapore. 35 hector rain forest! They include the endangered Asian Elephants, Malayan Tapirs, and Malayan Tigers. I think the show starts at 7.15 pm. They have 3 shows every one hr. I would suggest you to prefer 7.15 pm and never 9.15 pm show. I have been there twice, and the last time with my family I chose 9.15 pm. As its closing time, everybody including staff, shop keepers all in a hurry to wind up. And you may miss to watch some animals and special tribal programs. Unlike traditional nocturnal houses, which reverse the day-night cycle of animals so they will be active by day, the Night Safari is an entire open-air zoo set in a humid tropical forest that is only open at night. It is divided into seven geographical zones, which can be explored either on foot via four walking trails, or by tram. I personally prefer trip on foot.
It’s too good if you are wild life lover n like to roam for night safari it’s the perfect trip for you. The zoo n all animal shelters very well maintained here. They are totally free here n easily spotted. During night we can see them easily from our toy train sometimes they seen much closer to train. The show organisers are also very good n animals trained for this. For this show I will suggest to take front n center place to see n enjoy the show. The safari includes train transfer n walking travel. The walking safari you will see the birds, bats n many more cat, deer’s there. It’s amazing experience to get in their wild nature and feel it at right place. Must visit with child ones to enjoy the Singapore tour. Good luck n have happy safari.
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The Night Safari is the world’s first nocturnal wildlife park, housing over 2,500 resident animals from over 130 species. The Night Safari is the world’s first nocturnal wildlife park. Guests can catch a glimpse of animal life in habitats ranging from the Himalayan foothills to Southeast Asian jungles. The park’s four interlinked walking trails feature threatened and endangered species, such as clouded leopard. Visitors can encounter free-ranging wallabies on the Wallaby Trail. Crawling through a cave, visitors can also get close to Ridley’s beauty snakes and Asian black forest scorpions. The Creatures of the Night Show, which showcases survival instincts of nocturnal creatures, is a must-watch.