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The Singapore Zoo is the first 'open-concept' zoo amidst the lush green rainforests, which is an epitome of nature's wonder. The entire zoo sprawls over an area of 26 hectares with more than 2,400 specimens of distinct species. If you are an animal lover and nature admirer, then this is a place for you!
Home to more than 100,000 marine animals of over 1,000 species with 50 different habitats; The S.E.A. Aquarium Singapore ranks as one of the largest aquaria in the world, with a consistent rating among the Top Three Aquariums. This place will take you to a fascinating underwater world journey where you can spot a handful of clownfish, Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins, Giant Pacific Octopus, Goliath Grouper, Seahorses, and a plentiful of captivating sharks and rays.
Singapore Zoo: Monday to Sunday: 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM.
S.E.A Aquarium: 10:00 a.m.- 07:00 p.m.
How to reach:
Singapore Zoo: The nearest MRT stations to Singapore Zoo are on the North-South (Red) line. You can catch any connecting public bus, that will take you right to the Zoo.
The Aquarium is located below the Maritime Experiential Museum
Address: Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island
Nearest MRT Station: Harbourfront (NE1/CC29)
Sentosa Express: Waterfront Station
Public Buses: RWS8, 188R, 963R
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In the Singapore Zoo, the timing starts from 8.30 am to 6.00 pm. And in S.E.A. Aquarium, the place is open from 10.00 am to 7.00 pm. The timings are the same on both weekdays and weekends. Tourists can plan their visit to each location separately and enjoy all the animals and fishes. To avoid crowd, one can come to the location at least 20 – 30 minutes earlier than others and get the entry tickets without much hassle. Once the gate is open, they will be the first person to witness all the attractions.
In S.E.A Aquarium, you can spot more than 100,000 marine species from over 1,000 species. This aquarium is one-of-a-kind, where tourists can feel like walking into the sea. It allows them to watch the rare sea creatures closely and ultimately get a perfect holiday respite. Moreover, there are also diving programs available, where you will encounter different kinds of sharks, such as nurse shark, hammerhead shark, etc. followed by Giant Moray Eel, Poison Arrow Frog, Clownfish, Sea Nettle, and so on. Above all, there is a giant Pacific Octopus that is highly intelligent and sneaky. It is one of the dangerous predators in the world, where it attacks the prey before the prey starts moving.
Singapore Zoo: For public transport commuters, the nearest MRT stations are on the North-South (Red) line. You can catch any connecting public bus that will take you right to the Zoo. If not, you can hire a cab and head directly to the zoo without much hassle. S.E.A. Aquarium: The Aquarium is at Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island. It is actually located below the Maritime Experimental Museum. Here, the closest MRT station is Harbour Front (NE1/CC29). You can also take the Sentosa Express and get down at Waterfront station. From there, it is very close by. Similarly, there are also public buses: RWS8, 188R, 963R available at your convenience.
This combo is famous and sought-after the most because it covers both species on land and the water. This unique combination in the tour attracts tourists like anything. It’s always fascinating to see wild animals in their natural habitat; similarly, it is equally amusing to watch sharks, octopus, and other exotic sea animals in their home. This perfect mix of land and sea creatures gives an adventurous experience to all kinds of travellers, irrespective of their age. In addition, there are also rarest plants placed everywhere in the zoo. One can get stunned by looking at their colour, size, and nature of growth. Thus, don’t afford to miss this Combo: Singapore Zoo with S.E.A. Aquarium, which inspires a lot of wildlife photographers and nature lovers.
You are required to carry your valid ID proof. Due to security purpose, the management and staffs have included this process as part of verification. Then you can bring your latest coolers, a hat, and a camera to take photos. In a place where real animals present and giving some daring sounds, one must capture those moments and save it to their children. Apart from that, you can come in comfortable footwear. Since the zoo is rough and smooth surfaces, one can wear a sports shoe as it gives grip to walk freely.
Yes. There is a tram ride dedicated to tourists to traverse the different zones deeply. A guided tram ride at Singapore Zoo will take you through six different zones. While riding in a tram, you can listen to their stories about the animals and cover more safari ground in comfort. To bring it more human-friendly, in some trams there are special slots given for wheelchairs. Since rides are unlimited, tourists can enjoy the ride as much as they can. The tourists can purchase tickets from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm daily at the ticket counter or at the nearest tram station within the premises. The last tram timings: • Tram station 1 at 5.30 pm. • Tram station 2 at 6.05 pm. • Tram station 3 at 6.10 pm. • Tram station 4 at 6.15 pm.
Having more than 100,000 marine animals of over 1,000 species with 50 different habitats, the S.E.A. Aquarium in Singapore becomes one of the largest aquariums in the world. The place is nothing but a mini marine ecosystem, having sea creatures from different parts of the world. Some of the notable creatures are Goliath Grouper, which is as heavy as the average Harley Davidson motorcycle. It can darken or lighten its skin tone to hide from predators. Seahorse, which is completely different from other fishes, because it swims effortlessly as it propels through the water using a tiny fin that beats up to 35 times per second. Similarly, there are other varieties of sharks, turtles, glowing fishes, etc.
Yes. You can take photos in Singapore Zoo when the zoo authorities permit. Tourists generally take hundreds and thousands of pictures with the animals and share it in their social media. It looks amusing when a giraffe gives pose, or an elephant disturbs the camera with its long trunk. Tourists are advised not to use flashlights while taking pictures as it may cause harm or discomfort to the animal.
Yes, both the attractions are open every day, irrespective of any public holidays. Tourists can visit anytime in a year and enjoy the sightseeing at ease. All the animals and staffs will be present and jointly promise you a memorable experience.
Yes, of course. These two places allow you to see a wild beast in its natural habitat without getting panicked. Each attraction has world-class security and infrastructure, which makes you feel the real adventure while getting a close encounter. If you’re an animal lover or nature enthusiast, then this is your second home. It is filled with most of the exotic species on the planet and allows you to spend as much as time in a day. There are also exciting tours provided for tourists to cover the entire zoo area smoothly. Similarly, there are also various programs included in the SEA Aquarium to attract all age-groups. Hence, it is completely worth visiting both the attractions one at a time.
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