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All about Night Safari's trails and animals to spot on your adventure

Indulge in an exciting nocturnal adventure at the Mandai Wildlife Reserve in the Night Safari. Make friends with the famous Asiatic Lion and other endangered animals along your adventure.

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Mandai Night Safari

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80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826

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Did you know?

The Night Safari is the first ever nighttime wildlife park in the world! While the world winds down, the animals at the Night Safari start their day.

The Night Safari is home to close to 1,000 different species of nocturnal animals from around the world.

Being a nighttime adventure, the safari does not allow flash photography inside the park. Instead, you can get a free guide on night photography from the website and carry your cameras for some stunning after dark pictures.

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What are the different trails in the Singapore Night Safari?

Night Safari Zones

There are four major zones at the Night Safari that are referred to as trails. They house different animals and ecosystems within them and are a great way to see how endangered species from around the world coexist with one another.

  • East Lodge Trail
  • Fishing Cat Trail
  • Leopard Trail
  • Tasmanian Devil Trail

Animals you can spot in the East Lodge Trail

See how Africa and Asia come together in this wildlife zone in Night Safari:

Family watching an aardvark, Singapore Night Safari with Tram Ride


This Sub-Saharan creature mainly feeds on termites in savannahs and forests, living up to 18 years in the wild.

Babirusa in the wild


Also known as the deer-pig, this animal falls under the same family of wild pigs as warthogs and are found in the swamps and rainforests of Indonesia.

Night Safari Singapore - Bongo


This nocturnal antelope is a Sub-Saharan African forest dweller, mainly feeding on plants. Fun fact, these beasts have a craving for salt, often found licking salt or mineral deposits.

Night Safari Singapore - Malayan Tiger

Malayan Tiger

These carnivores are found in Peninsular Malaysia's forests and swamplands. They feed on deers and other hoofed animals and live up to 10 years in the wild.

Red River Hog - Night Safari Singapore

Red River Hog

Another member of the pig family, this animal is also known as the bush pig. Living primarily in swamps and rainforests of West and Central Africa, these are omnivores that consume everything from shrubs and leaves to lizards and cattle.

Night Safari Singapore - Sloth Bear

Sloth Bear

Also known as the Indian Bear, this species lives in the Indian Subcontinent and feeds on insects in the soil. They are related to the Asiatic black bear and are found in temperate parts of India, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka.

Night Safari Singapore - Spotted Hyena

Spotted Hyena

These carnivores also known as the laughing hyena, live in the Sub-Saharan part of Africa. These pack animals are the most commonly found carnivore in Africa.

Animals you can spot in the Leopard Trail

Night Safari Singapore - Asiatic Lion

Asiatic Lion

Found mainly in grasslands of the Indian subcontinent, these lions are endangered apex predators. See them come alive in the dark at the Night Safari.

Night Safari Singapore - Malayan Flying Fox

Malayan Flying Fox

This species of bats prefer fruits instead of blood and meat and can be found in dark nooks of tree branches. They are originally found in Malaysia, Philippines, and Indonesian forests.

Night Safari Singapore - Clouded Leopard

Clouded Leopard

Predominantly found in the forests of Southeast Asia, these large wild cats prey on smaller animals for food. Males can weigh up to 23 kgs, while females can go up to 21 kgs.

Night Safari Singapore - Hog Badger

Hog Badger

Originating from Thailand and Northeastern India, these creatures are now considered a vulnerable species by the IUCN. They are predominantly omnivorous, eating fruits and small animals.

Night Safari Singapore - Serval


These wild cats rely on their excellent camouflage skills to hunt prey and live up to 10 years in the wild. They are predominantly found in Central and South African savannahs.

Night Safari Singapore - Indian Rhinoceros

Indian Rhinoceros

These single-horned beasts are mainly found in North Eastern India and parts of Nepal. Found mainly in grasslands and temperate forests, you'll find them roaming near water bodies, munching on vegetation.

Explore more at Night Safari Singapore

The creatures of the night show at 'Night safari singapore'


Catch the 'Creatures of the Night' live and see Asian otters, bearded pigs, fennec foxes, and raccoon dogs in action. These live presentations are a great way to see the conservation efforts of the park.

Keeper Talks

Keeper Talks

Hear about the quirks and behaviors of the Malayan tigers, Asiatic lions, Tasmanian Devils, Wallabies, and more straight from the caretakers themselves. These sessions are often interactive so don't miss out!

Night Safari Singapore

Private Tours

If you want a VIP experience, go on this private guided tour of the park. The buggy will take you deeper into each trail, and the private feeding sessions with the animals are a special treat.

Night Safari Singapore

Feeding Sessions

These paid feeding sessions will get you up-close-and-personal to the Indian Rhinoceros. You'll also get a snap with the uni-horned giant as a souvenir to take home. Please note: you need to be over 1.2 meters tall to be eligible for this activity.

Conservation efforts at the Mandai Night Safari

Night Safari Singapore

Mandai Wildlife Reserve places great importance on promoting conservation and biodiversity. Over the years, they have developed a captive breeding program through which they breed endangered animals such as Malayan tigers, Asian elephants, and lions among others. The Night Safari lets you see how the park has made efforts in protecting endangered and vulnerable animals from around the world in a sustainable manner. It's an enlightening experience that is worth the visit.

Frequently asked questions about Night Safari Singapore

How many animals can I see in the Night Safari?

There are currently close to 1,000 species of animals at the Night Safari. You can be sure to spot animals like the Asian Lion, Tasmanian Devil, Asian Elephant, Barking Deer, Malayan Flying Fox and more on your trip.

How many zones does Night Safari Singapore have?

There are four different trails at the Night Safari, that you can discover by tram and on foot. These include the East Lodge trail, Fishing Cat trail, Leopard trail, and the Tasmanian Devil trail.

Can I feed the animals during my visit to Night Safari?

Yes, you can feed the Indian Rhinoceros during your visit and even get your photo taken! Make sure to visit between 7:30 PM - 9 PM if you want to take part in the feeding session.

Is there a guided tour available in the Night Safari Singapore?

Yes, there are guided tram tours of the Night Safari that will take you around the park and give you interesting information about the animals and their habitats.

Can I visit the Singapore Zoo during the Night Safari?

You can visit the Singapore Zoo on the same day as your Night Safari. They are both located in the Mandai Wildlife Reserve, so plan your visit such that you can finish the zoo visit during the day and head to the Night Safari by nightfall.