The Singapore Zoo is a 28-hectare area containing over 300 different animal species. Its open and spacious enclosures are designed to imitate the animals' natural environments. Originally opened in 1973, the zoo has been actively involved in wildlife and rainforest conservation efforts since its inception.
Animal lovers can see iconic African creatures like majestic lions, chunky warthogs, and suspicious meerkats, as well as a diverse range of wildlife from all corners of the world in 11 zones representing different global habitats.
Wildlife Reserves Singapore provide an animal-centric experiential learning platform. Through visits to Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park, the Night Safari and the River Safari they give guests a deeper understanding of animals, plants and the environment. All parks are located in Singapore.
Singapore Night Safari is a ride through Wildlife Reserves Singapore offering visitors the chance to see nocturnal animals in their natural habitat. It is located on the Mandai Lake Road. The nearest attraction is Singapore Zoo.
Gardens by the Bay is a horticultural nature park beside the Marina Reservoir in central Singapore. The park consists of three waterfront gardens spanning 101 hectares of reclaimed land.
The gardens were designed around the idea of transforming Singapore from a "Garden City" into a "City in a Garden". They serve to increase the quality of life in the city by blending urban life with the calm of nature. The gardens are a national icon and draw millions of visitors each year.
Singapore's Universal Studios™ unites some of the biggest stars in cinematic history for an experience that's every bit as thrilling as you'd expect. Prepare for white-knuckle rides, jaw-dropping live performances, intricately detailed fantasy worlds, and memories that'll last a lifetime!
Science Centre Singapore is located in Singapore. Dedicated to the promotion of scientific and technological education, it has over 850 interactive exhibits spread over eight exhibition galleries. The museum attracts over a million visitors a year.