White tigers, pygmy hippos, and even naked mole rats—Get up close with these animals and more at Singapore Zoo. The 26-hectare wildlife park, home to over 300 species of mammals, birds and reptiles, has been providing exciting wildlife experiences to visitors for over 40 years.

Walk on the wild side
An audience watching the elephant show at Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo features 11 zones, each taking you through some of the most distinctive global wildlife habitats in the world. Head to the Australasia exhibit to walk amidst grey kangaroos and agile wallabies, and marvel at tree kangaroos and cassowaries. Other zones in the park include Primate Kingdom, which feature some of the 39 species of primates that can be found in the zoo, Reptile Gardens (keep an eye out for komodo dragons) and the Tortoise Shell-ter, a haven for several species of endangered tortoises.

An immersive experience

Catch our mischievous California sea lion showing off grace and agility in his movement during the Splash Safari Show (which happens at 10.30am and 5pm daily). Or learn about the dangers of deforestation through informative and entertaining Rainforest Fights Back Show (12.30pm and 2.30pm daily).

Go beyond the boundaries into behind-the-scenes areas at Fragile Forest, Reptile Garden and Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia. Register for the Wild Discoverer tour to experience gain behind-the-scenes insights into the zoo’s caretaking process.

For the little ones

Singapore Zoo is, of course, a fantastic destination for family outings. Treat the young ones to a Keeper Encounter, where children aged between five and 12-years-old can try their hand at being a zookeeper, with activities like feeding and grooming rabbits and falabellas.

Another highlight of the park is Rainforest Kidzworld, themed as an animal wonderland. Little ones can enjoy a never-ending list of fun activities such as feeding and petting goats or go on a pony ride. Have a splashing good time in our watery playground and head over to the Pets’ Corner to see rabbits, chicks, and more pint-sized furry friends.