Singapore Zoo Night Safari Tour through the jungle. From the safety of your visitors’ tram you’ll spot nocturnal animals in their natural habitat, from fierce predators to timid forest dwellers. Then take the plunge to follow a walking trail with your guide to see the animals at closer quarters.
30-minute flight in the Singapore Flyer. Towering 165 meters above Singapore, the Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel and provides more than a view, it captures Singapore’s magnificent skyline along with glimpses of neighboring Indonesia and Malaysia.
Jungle Breakfast amongst Orangutans
Singapore Zoo on a morning tour from Singapore, with the option of enjoying a wild breakfast with these fascinating animals. Singapore Zoo has the world’s most successful orangutan-breeding program, and the largest social colony of these highly intelligent primates. Don’t miss the opportunity to photograph and interact with the orangutans as they swing and climb in their naturalistic enclosure. And if you choose to breakfast with the orangutans it will be an experience you’ll never forget.
Tour to Jurong Bird Park
Jurong Bird Park, located on 20 hectares of lush greenery within Singapore’s model industrial estate, is home to over 8,000 birds of more than 600 species. Take a ride on the PANORAIL for a panoramic view of the Park and into a tropical world of jungle mists at the Waterfall Aviary. Enjoy the spectacular Penguin Exhibit and the All-Star Bird Show.
Singapore City Tour
Get to know Singapore on a city tour Highlights include Singapore’s vibrant Chinatown, colonial landmarks, Little India and Singapore’s photogenic icon, the Merlion. Your orientation tour of Singapore begins with a drive around the Civic District past the Padang, Cricket Club, Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall. You’ll have great views of Marina Bay when you stop for photos at Merlion Park and the Merlion, Singapore’s mythological creature that is part lion part fish.
The tour continues with a visit to the Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of the oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples on Singapore Island, then takes you into Chinatown to a local handicraft centre. Next stop is the National Orchid Garden, within the Singapore Botanic Gardens, which boasts a colorful display of 60,000 orchid plants, with 400 species and more than 2,000 hybrids represented. The final stop at Singapore’s Little India will entrance you with the heady scent of joss sticks, jasmine and spices.