Night Safari Singapore

A Complete Guide to Tour Night Safari Smartly

Why Night Safari is a Must-See Tourist Attraction?

Night Safari Singapore held its grand opening on 26 May 1994, it is a popular tourist attraction, earning itself the reputation of being the world's very first nocturnal zoo. Nestled in 40 hectares of lush forestry, the landscaped gardens are home to 130 different animal species, adding up to a total population of over 1000.

Night Safari Tribal Performance

Wandering through the constructed paths and boardwalks of the Night Safari brings you through themed landscaped enclosures with barriers virtually unseen by visitors. This moonlit environment is perfect as animals such as the Himalyan Tahr, Bharal, Vultures, Wolves, the Asian Rhino, the striped Hyena and sloth bear, go about their night, completely oblivious to our presence, making it a true eye-opening experience. 

The awards received by the Night Safari Singapore include being the Best Theme Attraction, one of the 10 Most Popular Experiences in Asia, Best Natural and Man-made Attraction worldwide, Best Leisure Attraction Experience and Top 10 Best Family Experiences.

With such a reputable image, the Night Safari can't help but to draw an eclectic crowd that includes not only celebrities, but also royalty such as the King of Malaysia, Crown Prince of Brunei and the President of Costa Rica. Although their visits may have made for star-studded evenings, we know for certain who the real stars of the show were.

What Not to Miss

You have to take the tram and walk the trails in order to see the most part of Night Safari. Sitting in the tram can't take you close enough to the animals. They are still too far to be seen clearly in a dimly light environment. Walking in the dark is also fun and a good experience to have, especially for couples and family with children.

Singapore Night Safari tram picture

Tips for an enjoyable Night Safari tour

Wander around the walking trails of Night Safari Singapore

Not to miss walking on the Leopard Trail

Apart from that, Creatures of the Night is an exciting and entertaining show not to be missed. If you arrived at the place at the right time, you will be able to watch a Thumbuakar Tribal dance performance. Go to Night Safari Tour page for more information.

Not to miss when you visit Night Safari Singapore, Creatures of the Night Show
Free Bornean Tribal dance performance at Night Safari Singapore

Night Safari Opening Hours and Ticket Charges

Night Safari Opening Hours

7.30pm to 12mn daily (last entry 11pm), restaurant and retail shops open from 6pm.

Night Safari Ticket Prices

Rates for Adult Ticket S$42, Child Ticket S$28 (3 to 12 years old). Senior Citizen S$18 (Singaporean or Singapore PR aged 60 and above). Refer to Night Safari official website for the most updated ticket prices. Call 65-62693411 for any enquiry.

Night Safari Singapore Video

Creatures of the Night Show Video

Go to Creatures of the Night Video page for more video

Night Safari Walking Trails Video

Go to Night Safari Walking Trails Video page for more video

Thumbuakar Tribal Performance Video

Go to Bornean Tribal Dance Video page for more video

Getting There: How to go to Night Safari?

As Night Safari is located just next to the Singapore Zoo, please refer to Getting to Singapore Zoo for details.

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