Singapore has an amazing nightlife.
However, apart from the usual nightclubs and night markets, what makes the
nightlife in Singapore really unique is the Singapore Night Safari, a nature
park which opens when all others close. Located next to the Singapore Zoo, the
Singapore Night Safari Park is the perfect way to see nocturnal animals in
their natural setting.
The Night Safari Park is located in of
40 hectares of land and is home to more than 2500 jungle animals. The best
thing about this park is that it creates a natural environment for the animals.
You would find that the entire area is lit by artificial moonlight which
resembles the lighting in the animals' natural habitat.
You can take the tram which would give
you a tour of the seven zones of the park including the Indian Subcontinent, Asian
Riverine Forest, Himalayan Foothills, Indo-Malayan Region, Equatorial Africa,
Burmese Hillside and Nepalese River Valley. Each of these zones has been
recreated exactly like the actual place to make a comfortable habitat for the
animals from these areas.
If you want to enjoy the place in a more
leisurely fashion, you can choose to walk. There are several walking trails in
the park which include Fishing Cat Trail, Leopard Trail, Wallaby Trail, etc.
The two aviaries present in the park are also worth visiting as you would be
able to some really unique species like the Malayan flying fox and giant flying
The night safari tour
also includes some entertainment activities. You would get the chance to watch
the Thumbuakar Performance where you would Pyro warriors show you some amazing
stunts like fire-eating. There is also the Creatures of the Night Show where
some of the nocturnal animals like civet, otter, hyena and binturong display
What to Expect
- Smooth entry to the first of its kind
- Discover the mysterious world of
- Explore its seven fascinating sections
with over 2500 animals
- See everything from Asian elephants and
spotted hyenas to Malaysian Civet all in their natural habitat
- Check out its three walking trails such
as Leopard Trail, Fishing Cat Trail, and Wallaby Trail