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Singapore Zoo Admission Ticket

From US$30.37
  • Ensure entry to the ever-popular Singapore Zoo by booking in advance
  • Marvel at animals from cheetahs to orangutans at this conservation facility
  • Experience distinct habitats from savannah grasslands to tropical forest
Singapore Zoo Admission Ticket
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Singapore Zoo Admission Ticket
From US$30.37
Book ahead for an outstanding family day out at the 64-acre (26-hectare) Singapore Zoo, home to more than 2,800 animals of over 300 species from rhino to mouse deer. Traveling by tram or on foot, enjoy the themed habitats at this conservation facility, including underwater galleries to watch otters, pygmy hippos, and giant crocodiles at play.
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Visit: Singapore Zoo, Singapore

Our award-winning park is also big on immersive experiences. Whether you travel onboard one of our guided trams or trek on foot at your own leisurely pace, your experience will take you through some of the most distinctive global wildlife habitats of the world - from the savannah grasslands of Wild Africa where lions, zebras and rhinoceroses roam, to the rugged canyons of the Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia where our colony of Hamadryas baboons call home.Fragile Forest Singapore Zoo is also well-known for its walk-through exhibits that bring animals and visitors together in one space for incredibly intimate encounters. Wander into the spectacular diversity of the Fragile Forest where flying foxes soar freely, mousedeers tread gingerly across your path, and ring-tailed lemurs bask in full view on the open sundeck.

For early risers, you’ll want to make time for our award-winning Jungle Breakfast with Wildlife programme not available anywhere else in Asia. Not only will you be treated to a scrumptious international buffet experience, but you’ll also be having it in the company of our family of free-ranging orang utans. In fact, we are the first zoo in the world with a free-ranging orang utan habitat that features the charismatic apes in natural surroundings.
Little ones will have a field day at the Rainforest Kidzworld where they can enjoy a splashing fun time at our wet play area, ride ponies or play and learn in this enriching zone.

Singapore Zoo is also a Learning Zoo - where the guest experience involves understanding the animals at a deeper level through well-designed and interactive educational displays. As a result of our extensive wildlife research programs and collaborative efforts with the global community, the Singapore Zoo has been taking important strides in furthering our key goal to preserve biodiversity. Guided by our wildlife conservation policy, our successful animal breeding program continues to see numerous significant births of endangered animals year after year.

Wildlife conservation and the preservation of biodiversity are goals we have made ours – to take with us as we create a world where more will be inspired to learn, appreciate and respect the animals, with whom we share our planet.

Over 1.6 million visitors come to Singapore Zoo every year. We’d love to see you soon!
Reviews (54)
1 - 5 of 48 reviews
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Amazingly overpriced for locals

Singapore zoo used to be a place for us locals to visit when we all were growing up, and now that we have kids of our own, we naturally would want to bring our little ones to experience what we had exoerienced in our youth;...More

Thank eswarang
Reviewed 4 days ago
Healthy Animals Galore

A great experience that includes close up views (open concept viewing areas) of the 2,800+ animals in rainforest-looking settings. No cages were visible in the 69 acres which are beautifully landscaped. We arrived early in the morning so the animals were fairly active. By noon...More

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank BobWE
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Very impressive

Well organized zoo with variety of animals and reptiles. You need one full day if you want to see everything and participate the activities such as feeding time, welcome to rainforest and splash show etc. The animals are very healthy and the environment is well...More

Thank Nimalaraj
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
One of the best

I admit I love good zoos, but Singapore is one of the best. There is an amazing array of animals in enclosures which seem to allow quite close proximity for viewing without being in any way intrusive. Its a long day, but definitely worth the...More

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank altakoi
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great zoo, wear comfy shoes!

We spent today at the zoo and it was fantastic. Unlike zoo’s I’ve visited before the animals looked relaxed and cared for; though obviously I’m not expert. Highlights were the Orangutans and the Pandas; both were amazing to see. The Orangutans in particular, as they...More

Thank josiejod252
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5 March 2019|
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Response from DuaneThia | Reviewed this property |
Best to start in the late morning of about 11am and end off with a dinner there too.
31 January 2019|
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Response from BimmerTaipan | Reviewed this property |
Cannot be positive, our family if 6 used the tram for on/off services and no one asked for proof of tickets