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Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel
March 11, 2009
Night Safari Tour
From journal Singapore's Singas
March 10, 2009
Hong Kong, China
June 2, 2008
From journal Singapore Night Zoo Safari
San Diego, California
July 13, 2003
Everyone should go to the bat cave. Fruit-eating bats fly through the air with nothing in between you and the bats. You enter their cage and see these amazing creatures up and personal. They hang from the trees and you can feel their wings beating as they fly right over your head. I figured that these would be the small little bats that I had seen at home, and well, again I was wrong. The small bats are there and then there are the large crow size bats. :) It is a must see!
On the train, you see many animals and then you have to opportunity to get off the train and walk the trail to see them even better. There are tigers, bears, deer, sloths, and so much more. The trick is that the Zoo is only open for certain hours and this is the time that they feed them. Plus each animal's area is not too large, which gives you more of a chance of seeing them.
Take the family, take a loved one, take a group, but take my word and go to the zoo.
From journal Hostel Heaven
June 18, 2006
From journal Short Stay in Singapore
Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
October 3, 2000
From journal Singapore,
February 24, 2004
The zoo staff is informative and the sections have plenty of accurate information.
Take a trip around the zoo on the hop on/hop off tram service to orientate yourself and then browse at leisure.
A taxi to the zoo will cost around S$15. Public transport via MRT and bus runs frequently.
A variety of food outlets can be found throughout the zoo or bring a picnic. The stall selling Indian food is poor -- the only tasteless Indian food in Singapore !
From journal Singapore
March 29, 2005
From journal Swingin' with a Singapore Sling
Brighton, United Kingdom
January 10, 2002
From journal A few budget days in Singapore
September 19, 2001
There are over 3000 mammals, birds and reptiles. There is also a possibility to have breakfast or afternoon tea with an orangutan.
To get there : Take SBS bus 138 from Ang Mo Kio MRT (N9)
Open : 8.30am to 6pm (daily)
To see everything you need a day
There are different animal shows and feeding shows : Check the times near the entry gate.
Admission : adults : 12S$, children : 5s$, there is also a possibility to buy a package ticket (valid for the zoo, the nightsafari and Jurong birdpark) this costs : 32.35S$, which is a good bargain if you plan to visit these 3 parks, just ask it at the ticketting office as it was not posted (I had read in a local travel magazine)
From journal Singapore in a week