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Singapore Night Safari

Here, biodiversity rules: lions and tigers, elephants and giraffes, fruit bats and giant flying squirrels are among the 1,000 or so creatures from 115 species that you can spot on a visit.
ADDRESS
80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore

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The world’s first nighttime zoo reveals wild animals at their most active time, bathed in artificial moonlight. Here, biodiversity rules: lions and tigers, elephants and giraffes, fruit bats and giant flying squirrels are among the 1,000 or so creatures from 115 species that you can spot on an overnight stay or a shorter visit. Eschewing conventional zoo cages, the park uses less intrusive barriers—moats, vegetation and hillocks, as well as the occasional glass enclosure—to keep the experience authentic. Visitors can stroll around the three-kilometer park at their leisure, though there’s also a tram tour available—a blessing for tired little ones.

Address:
80 Mandai Lake Road,
Singapore

Telephone:
+65 6269 3411

Website: nightsafari.com.sg

 

Published on Oct 5, 2010

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