The zoo is very well maintained and has a wide variety of animals. We did the elephant feeding and giraffe feeding which my 2 year old daughter enjoyed a lot.
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This is quite a nice zoo. We really enjoyed the free roaming orangutans and the feeding of the two white tigers. It had fairly nice habitats too and was a nice place to walk around. The tram does not show as much. Watch out for...More
Probably the nicest and most diverse zoo I have ever visisted, but there were some species of animals there (polar bears, lions, ect) that had tiny inclosures, and were basically only bones at this point. I understand that a lot of zoos participate in conservation...More
The lay out of the zoo is very nice. You can either walk or take tram ride but you have to pay extra for the tram ride. The information they provided about the animals were great and I learned a lot of new information about...More
Lions, cheetah, tiger, monkeys, baboons and almost all the animals are out in the open. All the shows are great. It has an excellent cafeteria to enjoy the local cuisine However, I do pity the lonely polar bear all alone in the wrong climate –...More
Lots to see and do in this very interesting zoo. Easy to get around you do not need to walk around as there is transport to take you to whatever area you choose.
Compared to many zoos the animals seem very well taken care of. I felt a bit uncomfortable watching the elephant show, it seems unnecessary if it really is taking care of the animals.
Food and shopping can fill your time in Singapore. We decided to make a day for animals. We used the city’s transit system and the zoo’s shuttle to make it happen. We took the North/South line from Orchard Station. There is a small fee to...More