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As dusk falls, get ready as over 1,000 nocturnal animals start their nightly rituals. Come up close to them as they frolic, graze and hunt. With an exciting tram ride that takes you through 7 geographical regions and more, embark on a fascinating...more
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This trip was nearly $50 CAD while the zoo was $33 CAD. The tram went quickly and the lighting was inadequate to see the animals well. The narration on the tram was gimmicky and not helpful. The whole experience felt overly manufactured and not a...More
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This is a must do. Drink coffee if you must, but when you see the first animals, your body can no longer fall asleep. Even though we left when the zoo staff sent us away, we easily found a taxi and got to our hotel...More
We went on guided tour from the Marina Mandarin Hotel to the Zoo. This took about 30 mins. The Zoo was quite an experience to see some of the nocturnal animalsas opposed to the daylight viewing. To get the best experience it is best to...More
The night safari at the zoo is something to concider. Not breathtaking, but you get to see several rare and impressive animals from the tram ride. Safe and secure. Friendly staff. We had the dinner combination. Buffet dinner was just OK, but you don’t expect...More
We booked our tickets through the Concierge and did not have to wait in line. We chose not to do any walking as there is a baby in the group but just took the train. Lucky enough to be able to see all the wild...More
Properly guided to walk around with the lights and pathway. However, i personally find it too dark to see anything much. Take the train to save much walking. Wear comfortable shoes and tight pants to prevent bites
We felt that this trip was somewhat miss-represented.
The pitch was all about animals roaming free through the jungle and getting up close to them in their natural habitat....
It was just like going to a zoo with the lights off!
It’s a commendable venture...More
Hi Chris, you would have to buy a separate ticket for the Night Safari. It's actually more expensive than the zoo. Also, if you want to do the River Safari and Jurong Bird Park, they are also extra. Be aware though that... More
Hi Chris, you would have to buy a separate ticket for the Night Safari. It's actually more expensive than the zoo. Also, if you want to do the River Safari and Jurong Bird Park, they are also extra. Be aware though that Jurong is miles and miles away from the zoo and the two safaris. I hope that helps.
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It could be a bit much for a 2/12 child ie.long lines, sitting on a tram with alot of people. If your child is ok with this it's a pleasant experience being cooler at night, the animals are safely a distance away. And if you... More
It could be a bit much for a 2/12 child ie.long lines, sitting on a tram with alot of people. If your child is ok with this it's a pleasant experience being cooler at night, the animals are safely a distance away. And if you catch a taxi home makes it even better. There are alot of eating places as well.