Our parks are evolving to becoming leisure attractions that provide an experiential learning experience for our guests. Through these visits, you will gain a deeper understanding of animals, birds, plants and the environment through sight and sound, and learn more about the need for wildlife conservation.

Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park

Singapore’s first wildlife park and Asia’s largest bird park offering a vast hillside haven for over 3,500 birds across 400 species, of which 20 per cent are threatened.

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Night Safari

Night Safari

The world’s first safari park for nocturnal animals which spans 35 hectares of secondary forest and is home to almost 900 animals across 100 species, of which 41 per cent are threatened.

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River Safari

River Safari

Asia’s first and only river-themed wildlife park is home to 400 plant species and over 7,500 animal specimens representing 240 species.

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Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo

Covering 26 hectares, here’s where over 2,400 animals of more than 300 species roam freely in open and natural habitats.

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World-class care

It is our ongoing commitment to ensure our animals receive world-class welfare and care. By initiating programmes and partnering with the wider conservation community at large, we aim to promote wildlife conservation, biodiversity and animal welfare interests to each staff member and visitor who comes through our doors.

Sustainability efforts

 
Part of our mission is to play an active role in working towards a greener future. We do this by adopting sustainable consumption and practices. Ultimately, this will help us to reduce our impact on the environment and do our part in protecting wildlife in the region and beyond.

Seeding Mandai’s Future

Looking into the future, plans are underway to transform Mandai into an integrated wildlife and nature precinct, which continues to be rooted in our core mission of wildlife conservation. In co-locating the zoos and integrating them with various supporting facilities, Mandai is set to become a hub for nature and wildlife activities. With the Mandai Wildlife Bridge now in operation, we are working towards the next milestone of opening the new Bird Park and West Arrival Node in 2022. The other wildlife parks, attraction experiences, public spaces and the resort will progressively open through to 2024.

More memorable experiences await at the future Mandai, where you can enjoy, appreciate and feel more connected to our natural heritage. For more information about the Mandai development project, please visit www.mandai.com