As dusk falls, enter into the world of dim lights with nocturnal creatures and their nightly rituals at the Night Safari.
Opened in 1994 and located next to the Singapore Zoo, the Night Safari is the world’s first safari park for nocturnal animals.
This wildlife park is spread across seven geographical zones, featuring its own kind of enthralling creatures.
With moonlight resembling lights, you’ll be greeted by over 2,500 resident animals from over 130 species, including chital deer and gaur to Indian rhinoceros and pangolins to tarsiers and Asian elephants.
The animals live in 35 hectares of dense rainforest.
Explore the park on wheels with a 40-minute tram ride and live commentary that takes you across seven geographical zones of the world.
From the rugged Himalayan Foothills to Indian subcontinent, Nepalese River Valley and Burmese Hillside, Indo-Malayan region, Asian Riverine Forest, to the swampy banks of Equatorial Africa.
To get a closure look of the animals, explore the park on one of the four walking trails: Fishing Cat Trail, Leopard Trail, East Lodge Trail and the recently added Wallaby Trail.
Don't miss out the cultural performances at the safari that includes tribal dances, blowpipe demonstrations and fire eating displays.
‘Creatures of the Night Show’ is a performance presented by the animals in the Night Safari.
Interesting facts about Night Safari
The first-ever Sunda pangolin to be born in captivity took place at the Night Safari on Valentine’s Day in 2010.
The performers in the "Fire Breathing Show" refer to themselves as the Thumbuakar tribe of Borneo, but in reality, no tribe of such a name exists in Borneo or any other part of the world.
The Fishing Cat Trail runs until this day and was initially a testing space for plants, moats and lighting.