Night Safari is a popular wildlife park located in Singapore, which offers a unique and exciting experience of viewing nocturnal animals in their natural habitat. The park covers an area of 86 acres and is home to over 1,000 animals from over 130 different species.

The Night Safari experience starts with a tram ride that takes visitors on a guided tour through six geographical regions of the world, including the Himalayan foothills, Asian riverine forests, and the African savanna. The tram ride allows visitors to get up close and personal with animals such as tigers, lions, and rhinoceroses, as well as some of the more elusive nocturnal creatures like the pangolin and the binturong.

Common Palm Civets Exhibit at Night SafariCommon Palm Civets Exhibit at Night Safari. Photo credit: Mandai Wildlife Group

In addition to the tram ride, visitors can also explore four walking trails within the park. The trails allow visitors to observe animals such as the fishing cat, civets, and flying squirrels in their natural habitat. There are also a variety of shows and performances throughout the evening, including the Creatures of the Night Show, which features nocturnal animals in action.

Night Safari is open every day from 7.15pm to 12am. Visitors are advised to dress comfortably and wear shoes suitable for walking as there is a considerable amount of walking involved in the park. The park is easily accessible by public transport or taxi, and there is ample parking available on-site for those driving.

Overall, Night Safari is a unique and memorable experience that allows visitors to view wildlife in a whole new light, making it a must-visit destination in Singapore for nature lovers and animal enthusiasts alike.

How to Get to the Night Safari Singapore

Address: 80 Mandai Lake Road Singapore 729826
Bus: 138, 926, 927
Opening Hours: 7.15pm – 12am (last entry at 11.15pm)
Admission: Charges apply.

Night Safari Price

$55 for Adult, $38 for Child (3-12)

You can get discounted tickets online via Klook and KKday.

Other Attractions by Mandai Wildife Group:

Nearby places to check out:

  • Mandai T15 Trail
  • Pipeline Trail
  • Upper Seletar Park

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