Singapore's Night Safari

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Night Safari - Singapore's No.1 Nightspot


Though my friends and I have been to Singapore for so many times, we haven’t been to the Night Safari. It’s certainly not because we didn’t know about it, nor was it because we didn’t see the value in coming to this place; we just didn’t know if we would see all the animals at night. Haha. We’ve been hearing hilarious hearsays about the animals sleeping when people visit the place. So, to prove the theory, we headed to Singapore’s most talked about travel spot at night: The Night Safari.

bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Singapore :: Singapore's Night Safari
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Singapore :: Singapore's Night Safari
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Singapore :: Singapore's Night Safari
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Singapore :: Singapore's Night Safari

Similar to the River Safari, and the Singapore Zoo, there are options on how to get here. But, if you ask me, it’s better if you go see all three or two out of three places here ‘cos they are all linked together. The Night Safari only opens at night so, you can spend the first half half day at the Singapore Zoo, then maybe second half of the day to the River Safari, then cap your day with the Night Safari. After this one, you’ll be a walking-talking encyclopedia about animal life! LOL.

bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Singapore :: Singapore's Night Safari
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Singapore :: Singapore's Night Safari
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Singapore :: Singapore's Night Safari
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Singapore :: Singapore's Night Safari

I’d think that the good thing about the Night Safari is that it’s like no other experience in Asia. Sure, nothing beats the real Night Safari experience in Africa; but, Singapore’s Night Safari brings this kind of experience into a completely new light.

bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Singapore :: Singapore's Night Safari
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Singapore :: Singapore's Night Safari
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Singapore :: Singapore's Night Safari
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Singapore :: Singapore's Night Safari

From the Tram Safari Experience to exploring different walking trails such as the Leopard trail, Fishing Cat trail, and the newest addition, the Wallaby trail. They even have regular shows, such as the creatures of the night show and clever dining cafes such as the Zebra CafĂ©. It’s a safari nightspot with all the city conveniences you can get.

Have you ever experienced seeing a live feeding session for wild animals at night? Imagine how the cold night air bounces all the hungry howls and breathing of the animals, spotlighted by the star-filled skies and mesmerized gazes from the eager audience. You can even hear some faint tune of “the Circle of Life” in the background, coming from the humming sounds of people watching the session. It’s a sight to behold. And oh, the animals may look like its sleeping because it’s dark and they don’t move that much; but, the sight of it is certainly far from dreariness. It deserves being the number one nightspot in Singapore.

Address: 80 Mandai Lake Road Singapore 729826
Opening Hours: 7:30 P.M. – 12:00 A.M.     



bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Singapore :: Singapore's Night Safari
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Singapore :: Singapore's Night Safari
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Singapore :: Singapore's Night Safari
bowdywanders.com Singapore Travel Blog Philippines Photo :: Singapore :: Singapore's Night Safari


Bowdy is an amateur adventurer, a coffee sleepyhead, and a start-up rooter, with a penchant for classic-looking photos. At last count, he has visited some 54 countries, and is now living in Singapore. He's always in search of fascinating routines to exploit, within the edges of after-office hours and (un)limited holidays.

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