Check out Singapore’s award-winning park for nocturnal animals and see over 2,500 animals in their natural (nighttime) habitats! Well loved (and for good reason) the highlight of any visit is the guided tram ride that takes the fam through the seven themed ‘geographical’ regions of the park to see the animals going about their typical evening business. There’s also plenty of walking trails to explore if the youngsters still have the energy – the two aviaries are the place to be if you want to get close to Malayan flying foxes and giant flying squirrels (just keep an eye on the wee ones mama!) and is right next to the Leopard observatory. Don’t miss the new Wallaby Trail either – inspired by the great Aussie Outback, take a wander along this trail and see free-ranging wallabies, as well as scorpions, centipedes and other crawly creatures in the Naracoote Cave. Fun!
Open daily from 7:30pm to 12 midnight (retail shops open at 5:30pm)
Check out our full guide to the best animal adventures in Singapore here!