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Singapore Zoo Tickets

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  • Singapore Zoo is a must-visit for nature lovers since it is one of the best rainforest zoos in the world.
  • A visit here will let you catch a glimpse of the over 2,800 animals from 300 species—including crocodiles, Malayan tapirs, and white tigers.
  • The animals you’ll find here live in open enclosures that are created such that they resemble their natural habitats.
  • Explore the zoo's 11 habitats at your own pace; see kangaroos in Australasia, spot lions, and zebras in Wild Africa, or catch sight of reptiles in the Reptile Garden.


  • Entry ticket to the Singapore Zoo
  • Tram ride ticket
  • Tip: If you have young children or ones that tire easily, you may want to consider hiring a stroller or a wagon at the zoo.
  • Note: Singapore Zoo and River Wonders will operate till 5pm on 2 March 2023 due to a company event. Last admission is at 4pm.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
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Breakfast in the Wild

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  • Take part in this unique experience of eating your first meal of the day in the company of wild animals at the Ah Meng restaurant in the Singapore Zoo.
  • Surrounded by the myriad greens of the foliage, relish a delicious spread of breakfast made with sustainably sourced ingredients and sip on freshly-squeezed juices and other beverages.
  • Choose from Western and Asian breakfast options, such as local delicacies like Bau, and bakery delights like croissants, slices of bread, cheese platters, and more.
  • After breakfast, visit the various attractions of the world-famous Singapore zoo, and learn about the careful conservation of endangered animals at the zoo.


  • Admission to Jungle Breakfast
  • Click here to know more about the menu options.
  • All food items are prepared in the Halal-certified kitchen, and vegetarian options are also available.
  • It is required to purchase the ticket 3 days ahead of your visit.
  • These tickets can’t be cancelled. However, you can use them any time within the next 3 months.
  • These tickets are valid for 3 months from the date of purchase.

The scenic island country Singapore, although smaller than most cities that we know of, is well-maintained, boasts of healthy flora and fauna, as well as a collection of luxury shopping malls and super cheap yet affordable street food. 

One of the most renowned attractions of Singapore is the Mandai Zoo, popularly known as the Singapore Zoo. Spread across a whopping 69 acres, it hosts over 315 different species of animals in a habitat that mimics their natural living environment.

Singapore Zoo Reopens Post Covid-19

Singapore Zoo reopened its gates to the public on 30 July 2020. Strict guidelines have been put in place by the staff to ensure the maximum safety of its visitors and staff. If you plan to visit the zoo, ensure that you are aware of all the safety measures in place.

COVID-19 Safety Measures at Singapore Zoo

  • Book your tickets online and in advance.
  • Group sizes must not exceed five people, inclusive of infants and children.
  • Temperature checks will be conducted at entry.
  • Wearing protective masks before entering the venue is mandatory.
  • There is only one point of entry. It is mandatory to follow the signs and instructions kept in place.
  • Hand sanitizing stations have been installed at various points throughout the attraction.
  • If unvaccinated, visitors must walk in pairs of two.
  • Social distancing must be maintained, especially in high-traffic areas.
  • Unvaccinated visitors are eligible for food takeaways only.
  • Fully vaccinated guests can dine in groups of 5 only. 
  • The shows will house a maximum of 50 people, inclusive of infants and children. 

Your Singapore Zoo Tickets Explained

Singapore Zoo Tickets

Standard Entry Tickets

  • These tickets allow you access to one of the top five zoos in the world. 
  • Meet over 2,800 animals from over 300 species in this open-concept habitat zone.
  • Attend the various shows and performances at the Singapore Zoo. 
  • Divided between 13 zones are over 2,800 animals from over 300 species. 

Discounted Tickets: Children between the ages of 3-12 can get tickets at a reduced price. Senior citizens can avail a complimentary tram ride along with their discounted tickets. 

Singapore Zoo Combo Tickets

Super Saver Combo

  • Super Saver Combo tickets allow you to visit two major attractions — Singapore Zoo and the River Safari — at a discounted price.
  • Discover Singapore Zoo's diverse wildlife at this open-air wildlife park.
  • Visit Asia’s first river-themed park and learn about the ecosystems that exist across the famous rivers of the world. 

Discounted Tickets: Children (3-12 years) and teenagers (13-17 years) enjoy reduced pricing on tickets. 

Validity: These tickets offer maximum flexibility. They are valid for 60 days from the date of purchase. You can also choose to visit the two parks on different days!

Singapore Zoo Tickets City Pass

Singapore City Pass

  • The Singapore City Pass allows you to explore Singapore at your own pace, over a course of 2, 3 or 5 days, depending on your choice.
  • Sightsee Singapore during the day as well as night, with the 2 Days Hopper Pass and FunVee Night Sightseeing.  
  • With this pass, you can enjoy skip-the-line access to Singapore Zoo and any other attraction of your choice.

Discounted Tickets: Children aged 3-12 years can buy tickets at a discounted rate.

Validity: The Pass is valid for the number of days selected during checkout.

Cancelation Policy

Tickets to Singapore Zoo cannot be cancelled, amended or refunded.

Best Way to Buy Singapore Zoo Tickets? Book Online

Given the current scenario, booking your tickets to the Singapore Zoo online beforehand is advisable. Here are some more cases of why you must consider buying your tickets online:

  • Convenience: You can avoid standing in long queues, and simply buy tickets with the click of a finger. You instantly get ticket confirmations in your email.
  • Discounts: You can take advantage of the great discounts offered by third-party websites like Headout.
  • Advanced booking: Book your Singapore Zoo tickets weeks in advance and avoid the chance of tickets running out.

Animals at Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo Tickets Animals

African Lion

These majestic creatures, usually found between the southern fringe of the Sahara to northern South Africa face high risk of extinction in the wild due to old hunting practices that have now been banned.

Singapore Zoo Tickets Animals

African Painted Dog

Declared vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN),the African Painted Dog is known for its colorful coat. These pack animals are great hunters that take on larger animals like wildebeests.

Singapore Zoo Tickets Animals

African Penguin

Each Penguin has a feather pattern that is unique, much like our fingerprints. You will find these creatures along the coasts and islands of southern Africa. They are considered to be endangered.

Singapore Zoo Tickets Animals

Aldabra Giant Tortoise

The Aldabra is the only surviving species of land tortoises out of 18 species. These vulnerable creatures live up to a 100 years and naturally found on the three islets of the Aldabra Atoll on the Indian Ocean.

Singapore Zoo Tickets Animals

Asian Elephant

Four female elephants, Komali, Jati, Intan and Gambir, live at the Singapore Zoo. These animals live anywhere between 60-70 years (80 under human care), but have been declared as endangered.

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Bornean Orangutan

There are five Bornean Orangutan at the Singapore Zoo. Orangutans are apes, are hence, do not have tails. These species are usually found in the rainforests of Borneo and Sumatra.

Singapore Zoo Tickets Animals


Cheetahs are known to be the fastest land animal that are native to Africa and central Iran. They are believed to be at high risk of extinction in the wild. They have a lifespan of 6-8 years but can live up to 17-19 years under human care.

Singapore Zoo Animals

Cotton-top Tamarin

A family of Cotton-top Tamarins, complete with a father, mother and three young ones will live at the Singapore Zoo. These animals are considered to be at extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

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Komodo Dragon

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Pygmy Hippo

Pygymy Hippos are endangered animals that are endemic to the Upper Guinea Forest of West Africa. These small hippopotamid creatures tend to be reclusive and nocturnal.

Singapore Zoo Tickets Highlights

Ring-tailed Lemur

The ring-tailed lemur, belonging to Lemuride, one of the five lemur families, is a large strepsirrhine primate that us characterized by its long, black and white ringed tail. It is endemic to the island of Madagascar.

Singapore Zoo Tickets Animals

Two-toed Sloth

The Amazon rainforest is the only place in the world where the two-toed sloths are found in the wild. Found in the Northern part of South America, these creatures live for an average of 28 years under human care/

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White Rhinoceros

24 Whire Rhinos have been born in the Singapore Zoo, but many of them have have moved on to other zoos. The white rhinoceros or square-lipped rhinoceros is the largest extant species of rhinoceros.

Singapore Zoo Tickets Animals

White Tiger

All the White Tigers in human care today are descendants of Mohan, the first white tiger cub was caught in Rewa, India. A pair of siblings, Pasha and Keysa, came from Indonesia's Maharani Zoo.

Singapore Zoo Tickets Animals

Regal Horned Lizard

Found largely in Northwestern Mexico, extending into the southwestern United States, this lizard is characterized by its crown of thorny horns made of four large horns and six smaller ones.

Singapore Zoo Tickets Animals

Malayan Flying Fox

Malayan flying fox, goes by many names, such as the greater flying fox, Malaysian flying fox, The large flying fox, large fruit bat, kalang, or kalong. Found in Continental and Southeast Asia, they are a southeast Asian species of megabat.

California Sea Lion

Californian Sea Lion

The California sea lion, native to western coast and islands of North America, are adept swimmers. They live up to 30 years in the wild. They are known for their playful nature.

Singapore Zoo Tickets Animals


Found in the Southern Senegal region to western Tanzania and western Uganda, Chimpazees are at very high risk of extinction in the wild.

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Grey Kangaroo

One of the largest kangaroo species, the eastern grey kangaroo lives 8-10 years in wild. Largely found in Australia, they thrive in forests and grasslands. They are great swimmers and known to evade predators by diving.

Zones at Singapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo is ranked one among the top 5 zoos globally, thanks to its breathtaking open exhibit that houses over 300 species.

Singapore Zoo Highlights -Australasia


The Australasia zone houses marsupials, usually found in Australia, New Guinea, Indonesia, and the Americas. You will also find Wallabies, and tree kangaroos from Papua New Guinea in this exhibit. Cassowary, considered to be one of the world's most dangerous birds, also lives in this zone.The Australasia offers a walk-through or a viewing gallery from where you can witness the Kangaroos and the Wallabies in live-action. 

Singapore Zoo Ticket Highlights

Elephants of Asia

The Singapore Zoo consists of a one-hectare open exhibit, constructed with intricate details hailing from the Burmese architecture that houses approximately five herds of elephants. They have an open pool and a peacefully quiet environment to themselves. Visitors can witness these elephants splashing pool water at each other or simply trying to grab their snack boxes consisting of banana treats hung up high.

Singapore Zoo Tickets - Fragile Forest

Fragile Forest

This zone mimics the environmental conditions of a tropical rainforest. Many invertebrates and amphibians tend to be well-camouflaged with their natural habitat that it may take some moments to spot them! You might see The Malayan Flying Foxes and the Crowned Pigeon as you stroll down the dome. Enjoy close encounters of invertebrates at Discovery Outpost!

Singapore Zoo - Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia

Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia

The steep cliffs and rocky faces imitate the rugged terrain of the Rift Valley in Eastern Africa. You will find recreation of the Konso and Amharic villages. Hamadryas Baboons, Nubian ibexes, meerkats, and rock hyraxes are some of the animals you will spot. Visit their coffee exhibit to learn about how the Coffea Arabica originated from Ethiopia’s Kaffa region.

Singapore Zoo Tickets - Primate Kingdom

Primate Kingdom

In the Primate Kingdom each species has their own island. It is covered with lush green landscaping trees, bamboo, palms and wild grasses. The islands consist of moats filled with fish. You will also find tiny castles for the furry primates to dwell in. Look out for the Javan langurs, Cotton-top tamarins, Ring-tailed lemurs, White-faced saki monkeys and Black-and-white ruffed lemurs while you are here.

Singapore Zoo Tickets - Rainforest Kidzworld

Rainforest Kidzworld

In the heart of Singapore Zoo, you will find the Rainforest Kidzworld. It houses the Falabellas, the world's smallest horse breed. You can even watch them get groomed if you reach the stables by 10 AM. Children can ride on Candy, King, Rosie, Buddy, or Belle, the ponies. Meet Gottingen Mini Pigs and play with rabbits, guinea pigs, hedgehogs, and rats at the Buddy Barn.

Singapore Zoo Tickets - Reptile Garden

Reptile Garden

The Reptile Garden houses some rare and exotic species of reptiles. This zone consists of three exhibits. RepTopia houses over 60 species of reptiles and amphibians. You can learn about some of the world’s most severely threatened tortoises and meet the world’s second-largest tortoise, the Aldabra Giant Tortoise. View estuarine crocodiles, giant Malayan river terrapins, and giant snakeheads at Sungei Buaya.

Singapore Zoo Tickets - Treetops Trail

Treetops Trail

The Treetops Trail showcases animals based on the various layers of a rainforest. The Siamangs, Anna and Ako, are the most famous occupants of this exhibit. They greet you with their unique song composed of booms and barks, which you will be able to hear from the entrance. You will also be able to meet the Greater Mousedeer and False Gharial here.

Singapore Zoo Tickets - Wild Africa

Wild Africa

The endemic species of Africa have adapted over time to survive in the region’s diverse range of habitats, from tropical rainforests to harsh deserts. This zone that emulates the environmental conditions of Africa, is home to zebras, and giraffes. See white rhinos bathing in their communal dung piles. Watch keepers groom African painted dogs. Learn more about Africa and its nature heritage at the cheetah observation hut.

Things To Do At Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo Ticket Highlight - Shows


The Singapore Zoo hosts some incredible shows to create awareness about the natural habits of animals and wildlife. Here are some of the top-rated shows hosted by the zoo:

  • The Splash Safari Show: The show revolves around a sea lion that has taken complete responsibility for entertaining you with its power-packed and thrilling moves.
  • Animal Friends Show: Witness the kind and courteous relationship between the trainers and some of the furry residents of the zoo.
  • The Elephant Presentation: Watch the world's largest land animals groove to the beats!
  • Rainforest Fights Back Show: Witness more than ten species of the rainforest exhibit coming together to give a stellar performance!

Singapore Zoo Tickets - Activities


Singapore Zoo's 'fun for all' ambience invites the old and young to enjoy outdoor activities from various options. Check out some of them below!

  • Feed the Animals: Watch the keepers as they feed animals and narrate crazy experiences of the same. If luck has it, you get to feed the animals too.
  • For Kids: Farmyard animals and water rides! It cannot get better for the little ones.
  • Wildlife Tours: The wildlife tours allow you to closely interact with animals and observe them at their natural best. 
  • Keeper's Chit-Chat: Learn more about the wildlife at Singapore Zoo from the people who know best – the keepers.
Singapore Zoo Tickets- Shop


Singapore Zoo has three gift shops from where you can purchase merchandise to remember your trip.

Gift Shop Locations & Timings

Zoo entrance (Main Outlet)
Weekdays: 9 AM to 7 PM
Weekends and public holidays: 8.30 AM to 7 PM

Shaw Amphitheatre

Weekends, public holidays, and school holidays: 10 AM to 6 PM

Rainforest Kidzworld

Daily: 10 AM to 6 PM

Singapore Zoo Tickets Dining


Whether a vegetarian or a non-vegetarian, the Singapore Zoo has plenty of hotels and cafes to keep your tummy happy! Some of the noteworthy mentions of the zoo's hospitality segment include:

  • At the zoo entrance:
    K.F.C., Chomel Bistro, Chawang Bistro, and Inuka Cafe
  • Dining in the zoo:
    Ah Meng Restaurant, Ah Meng Bistro
  • Wild Dining:
    Ah Meng Restaurant Terrace (Temporarily Suspended)

Note: Only 5 people will be allowed per table when dining in. Children aged 12 years and below are exempted from this rule. You will have to provide proof of vaccination status and household address.

Rainforest Lumia

After the animals at Singapore Zoo have gone to sleep, go on a journey through the zoo along with 8 Creature Crew members. While on this multimedia night walk, you will visit over 10 multisensory zones with immersive play . Each Creature Crew embodies a unique virtue to give back to the rainforest, which will help strengthen the bond between humans, animals and nature.

Plan Your Visit to Singapore Zoo

Getting There
Park Rules
Singapore Zoo Tickets - Timings

Daily: 8:30 AM to 6 PM (Last entry is at 5 PM)

Singapore Zone is open every day of the year.

Note: Rainforest Kidzworld is temporarily closed.

Best Time to Visit

However, if you want to avoid traveling to Singapore during high season (January, June, and July), opt to travel from mid January through May. Try visiting the Singapore on weekdays as weekends tend to be busier and you may not be able to avail tickets to some of the shows that you otherwise could watch. 

Getting to Singapore Zoo

Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826.

Find On Map

By MRT: You can take the North-South MRT lines 138, 927, and 926 to Khatib, Choa Chu Kang, or Ang Mo Kio.

By Mandai Khatib Shuttle: This loop shuttle service from Khatib MRT Station (NS14) to the Singapore Zoo Coach Bay is available daily from 8 AM to 7.20 PM (Mon-Wed) and 11 PM ((Thu - Sun)

By Car: Singapore Zoo is about a 30-minute drive from the city. You can either come via the Central Expressway or via the Pan Island Expressway.  You will find paid car parking facilities at the zoo.

Singapore Zoo Facilities
  • ATM
  • Nursing rooms
  • Lost & Found
  • WiFi
  • Diaper changing rooms
  • Mobility access
  • Lockers
  • Prayer rooms
  • Rain gears
  • First-aid
  • Luggage storage
Singapore Zoo Tickets - Park Rules
  • There are prohibited areas in the zoo. Do not venture into these zones for your own safety.
  • Do not feed or tease the animals living in the zoo.
  • If you decide to avail the tram services, stay seated the whole duration of the ride.
  • You can take photos for personal purposes. Flash photography is not allowed.
  • Smoking is not allowed inside the zoo. You will find designated smoking point outside the enterance.
  • Pets and plants are not allowed inside.
  • Skate scooters, inline skates, rollerblades, tricycles and pull trolleys are not permitted inside.
Stay near Singapore Zoo

Budget: Amari Johor Bahru, Suasana Suites, Thistle Johor Bahru, Atelier Hotel

Mid-range: Goodwood Park Hotel, Orchid Country Club, One Farrer Hotel, Orchard Hotel Singapore

Luxury: St. Regis, Shangri-La, Hotel Fort Canning, The Warehouse Hotel, 30 Bencoolen.

Near by Singapore Zoo
  • Night Safari: Visit the world's first nocturnal zoo, which houses over 900 animals from over 100 species
  • River Safari: Visit the river-themed zoo and aquarium that is nestled between the Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari.
  • Gardens by the Bay: Visit the nature park spanning 101 hectares. It has three distinctive gardens - Bay South, Bay East, and Bay Central.
  • Marina Bay Sands: This integrated resort is one of the most popular attractions in Singapore. Play at their casino, swim in a 150 m infinity pool and enjoy 360 degrees view of the Singapore skyline at the Marina Bay Sands.
  • Sentosa Islands: Sentosa is home to some of the most popular attractions in the country from Nestopia and 4D Adventureland to Skyline Luge.

Visitor Tips

  • Since November 2020, the zoo is running at reduced occupancy. Hence, it is safer to book your tickets online.
  • Singapore is sunny. Don't forget to carry shades and a hat. Lather up with some sunscreen.
  • Prepare for unexpected rains by carrying an umbrella.
  • You can save up on tons of money if you bring your food. There are picnic spots reserved for the public to sit down and enjoy their food.
  • However, food can attract wild macaques. Simply stay calm and walk away. If you require assistance, please call +65 8126 3720.
  • Wear an insect repellant.
  • Carry a water bottle. The in-house water dispensaries allow you to refill them.
  • Avoid visiting the Singapore Zoo on weekends and school holidays to save yourself from the crowd.
  • Stay after the animal shows. You may get a chance to click pictures with them. 
  • Make sure you wear comfortable shoes, carry a hat, rain gear and some sunscreen.

Wildlife Reserves Singapore

Wild Life Reserves

Wild Reserves Singapore

Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) manages four zoological institutions in Singapore—Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, River Safari and Singapore Zoo.

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All Your Queries About Singapore Zoo Tickets Answered

Q. How can I buy Singapore Zoo tickets?

A. You can purchase the Singapore Zoo Tickets online.

Q. How much do the Singapore Zoo tickets cost?

A. Singapore Zoo ticket prices start at $41. You can buy Singapore Zoo tickets here.

Q. What is the best choice to purchase tickets to Singapore Zoo?

A. The best way to buy Singapore Zoo tickets is to buy them online. This will allow you the chance to avail discounts, avoid long queues and the inconvenience of tickets selling out at the attraction.

Q. What are the safety protocols considered at the Singapore Zoo?

A. Some of the safety protocols taken at the Singapore Zoo include limiting the number of visitors, making mask-wearing mandatory, and limiting the number of members in a group.

Q. What's the cancelation policy for the Singapore Zoo tickets?

A. Singapore Zoo tickets cannot be cancelled, amended or refunded.

Q. How long are my Singapore Zoo tickets valid?

A. The Super Saver Combo tickets are valid for 60 days from the date of purchase while the Singapore City Pass is valid for the number of days selected at checkout.

Q. Who can avail of discounts for the Singapore Zoo tickets?

Children (3-12 years) enjoy reduced pricing for all tickets. Teenagers (13-17 years) enjoy reduced pricing on tickets on Super Saver Combo tickets and senior citizens enjoy reduced rates and a complimentary tram ride with their Standard Entry tickets. 

Q. How long does it need to explore the Singapore Zoo?

A. It will take you about 4 hours to cover the zoo in a leisurely manner.

Q. Is photography allowed inside Singapore Zoo?

A. Yes, photography for personal purposes is allowed. However, you have to switch off flash photography when clicking photos.

Q. Are food and drinks allowed inside the Singapore Zoo?

Yes, food and beverages are allowed inside the Singapore Zoo. However, you also have options to dine within the zoo.