Singapore Night Safari is located next to Singapore Zoo and it is the world's first wildlife outdoor park built for visits at night. It does not have much lighting and yet the visitors are still able to watch the animals clearly. Since Singapore at times may be quite hot in the day, it is a perfect environment to watch the animals in the cool night.
There are 1,200 nocturnal animals comprising 110 species in their natural habitat. It has the same open concept of the zoo and has animals representing 3 continents (Asia, Africa and South America).
Visitors can take the tram ride and view the animals in comfort or take the well-lit walking trails to see the animals without disturbing them.
Carrying anything too bright is prohibited, and pointing lights at the animals is not allowed. We don't have pictures from the Night Safari because it was dark, and all flash photography is prohibited so as not to freak out the animals.
Creatures of the Night Show. A first come first served seating show held in an amphitheatre that is equipped with state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems. The show features animals including owls, otters, servals and raccoons.
Bull Asian elephant Chawang. The Night Safari's latest iconic animal. Chawang is one of the few crossed tuskers on display in a Zoo and boasts tusks which are close to 1.2 metres long. This majestic tusker currently stands at close to 3 metres tall and weighs a whopping 3,480kg.
By Bus - From the City, take bus service 171 to Mandai Road, then alight at the first bus stop and transfer to bus service 927 or 926 (operates only on Sundays and Public Holidays).
By Mass Rapid Transit
7.30pm to 12am daily Restaurants and retail shops open from 6:00pm daily. Last admission is at 11.00pm
80 Mandai Lake Road Singapore 729826