Night Safari, Singapore
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Overall rating

3.9 / 5

based on 189 reviews

The night safari itself is cool. It’s night so sometimes you can’t see all the animals but that makes it more exciting when you can. The tour addition is not particularly useful - it made it very easy to get there and back as they picked up from our hotel however it meant a lot of time was wasted waiting for everybody. If you’re ability to get around town using public transport is limited it would be a good idea. When we went it wasn’t busy so the “priority” on the tram wasn’t relevant, but this could be helpful on a busier night.

Efficient pick up but a bit of waiting around at the meeting point as lots of tours at same time. Night safari is interesting and priority boarding on trams a good benefit but walking trails the best bit. Some animals display worrying repetitive behaviour which suggests they're not happy in captivity. Food options are terrible and expensive so definitely eat before you come

Great place to visit and fantastic guides. We booked the visit with the meal included as we where not sure what time the trip finished. The meal was great brilliant choice of food from a wide selection. We where left to do what we wanted to do after the train ride which was great.

Smooth pickup from hotel then transferred to a bigger bus. Guide gave an excellent introduction in the way to the park. At the park we were ushered onto the tram ride. After this there was plenty of time to walk the suggested trails and eat before returning back to the hotel.

Tram ride was great. Not enough time to do everything. Walking all of the trails uses up a lot of time. Because its dark, its difficult to get good photos. It was incredible to see the lions! The zoo is well maintained and the animals seem quite content in their habitat.