PLANCONG.COM – Singapore Zoo’s Ticket Prices and Opening Hours. Meet more than 2,500 animals in their natural rainforest habitat at the Singapore Zoo. Take a walk along the trails past exhibits beautifully laid out for consideration in close proximity to the exotic wilderness.
Take the time to visit the Singapore Zoo, a world-class natural park that is beautifully landscaped around the natural habitat of various animals. See special habitats for wildlife from around the world, from the rugged and canyons of the Great Rift Valley in Ethiopia, to the savanna grasslands of the African Free. Feed giraffes, elephants and kangaroos before you relax with polar bears in the Frozen Tundra.
Zoo Ticket Prices
Adult Ticket S$37, Child Ticket S$25 (3 to 12 years old) and Senior Citizen Ticket S$17 (aged 60 and above). I would recommend you to buy the zoo’s tickets online to avoid long queue at the ticketing counters. Besides, you save 5-20% of the ticket prices when you buy the tickets online.
Zoo Opening Hours
8.30am to 6pm daily (last entry 5.30pm)
There is nothing wrong with taking advantage of this year-end holiday to travel with family. Singapore can be an option, many educational tourist attractions and a top zoo to visit. Not just one, Singapore has four zoos which are also conservation areas. The four of them are under the auspices of Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) which consists of the Singapore Zoo, River Safari, Night Safari, and Jurong Bird Park. The four of them are educational tourist destinations that are suitable for visiting with family. Children will love seeing various wildlife and playing on various rides.
Singapore Zoo is the zoo most visited by tourists. Every year, around 1.7 million tourists come to this conservation area. Visitors can see wildlife from various corners of the earth. They range from the grasslands of Africa where lions, zebras and rhinos live to the Ethiopian valleys where baboon colonies live. Not to forget, the Australian desert is inhabited by kangaroos. View Photos Visitors can interact directly with protected animals at the Singapore Zoo, Singapore. The habitat for the animals is made in a piece of forest like their natural habitat.
Singapore Zoo can be accessed by MRT followed by a free bus. From the Cho Chu Kang MRT on the North South Line, you can take the free bus number 927. If coming from the Ang Mo Kio MRT on the North South Line, take the free bus number 138. Meanwhile, if you come from Marsiling MRT or Woodlands on the North South Line, you can continue the journey by taking the free bus number 926 (only operates on Sundays and holidays).