Singapore Zoo is one of the world’s best zoo. Spread across 28 lush hectares on a peninsula in the Upper Seletar Reservoir. The Singapore Zoo is beautifully designed, with wildlife roaming large, natural habitat-like enclosures. The Great Rift Valley (complete with a waterfall) is home to Nubian ibexes, baboons and mongooses, while in the Fragile Forest biodome you can move up to the forest canopy to check out two-toed sloths and to spot lemurs and flying foxes.
Denizens of the Frozen Tundra include polar bears, wolfs and raccoons, while Primate Kingdom is where you’ll spot all sorts of monkeys – from the colobus to the crested macaque – and get a decent look at the zoo’s orangutans between 11am and 3:30pm feeding sessions daily. Head for Wild Africa and Cat Country to see lions, leopards, cheetahs, giraffes and zebras and to the Forest Lodge to spot the rare white tiger. The Rainforest Kidzworld is great for younger kids, with horse rides and a wet play zone with waterslides. A tram circling through the park gives your tired feet a break.
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