Our parks are Living Classrooms where learning comes to life. Enrich your curriculum with a free-and-easy visit or take up an education programme for a multisensory learning experience! Plan a meaningful trip for your students with the information below.

School Admission rates

The following admission rates apply to the listed academic institutions. School groups must pre-register with the Education Department to be granted school admission rates. 

For students

Primary School & below


Local kindergartens, childcare centres, Primary schools, before
and after school care centres, locally-operating international schools

Secondary School & up


Local Secondary schools, Junior Colleges, Centralized
Institutes, ITEs, Polytechnics
& Universities
& locally-operati




Polytechnics, Universities


Includes River Safari Cruise ride

Terms and conditions apply

S$ 11
Free admission for children below 3 years old
S$ 20
S$ 20
Amazon River Quest
S$ 3
S$ 5
S$ 5
  • Prices and programmes are correct at point of communication and are subjected to change without prior notice
  • Students must be in uniform or school T-shirt for rates to applyAdmission for child below 3 years old is free.
  • To enjoy free admission, school groups are to pre-register with Education Department, providing the names and birth dates of the students
  • Registration of visit is required to enjoy the school rates
  • Payment can be made either by Cash, NETs or Credit Card upon arrival at River Safari

For teachers / parent volunteers

  • For every 10 paying students, 1 adult gets complimentary admission. Additional adults in the group wil have to pay admission fee (school rates)
  • The 10:1 ratio is not applicable to tertiary institutions such as (but not limited to Polytechnics, Private Institutions and Universities)  
Teachers within 10:1 ratio
Teachers / parent volunteers beyond 10:1
S$ 20
Amazon River Quest
S$ 5
  • Prices are shown in Singapore dollar (SGD) and are subject to change without notice.
  • Park tickets are valid for one full day. Visitors can exit and re-enter the park on the same day by presenting their park ticket and re-entry stamp provided by our staff at the exit.
School group guidelines for River Safari Cruise:
  • Each boat sits a maximum of 40 persons.
  • Please note that the ride at River Safari Cruise is weather permitting.

School group guidelines for booking Amazon River Quest:

  • Students must be at least 1.06 metres in height.
  • Each boat sits a maximum of 14 persons. An adult must accompany the students in every boat if students are under 1.35 metres in height.
  • Please note that operation of the Amazon River Quest boat ride is weather permitting.
  • For a comprehensive list of rider’s guidelines, please click here.

What to do

Plan an itinerary based on your learning objectives to get the most out of your
visit to River Safari. Then, register your visit with us to let us know when
you and your students are coming. 

Check out our programmes

We offer experiential education programmes for students at every level and budget. Find one that suits your learning objectives and add it to your itinerary.

Plan your route

If you are conducting a self-guided visit, download a River Safari map for easy orientation around the park. Teaching resources are available for download or purchase to help you plan an enriching visit. 

Include food and fun

Plan your students’ meals at our food outlets and check out our daily animal show and activity schedules. 

Plan a recce trip

Come on a recce trip to familiarize yourself with navigating through River Safari. Drop us an email with a completed site recce form and we’ll be glad to arrange one for you!

Things to note

Prepare your students for the visit’s learning objectives and for what to expect on their River Safari visit. Use this opportunity to brief them on acceptable behaviour at River Safari that respects other visitors, our animals and property. 

Download helpful resources

Activity sheets for programmes can be found in our teaching resources for your use as a learning tool during the trip.

Recap and reflect

We recommend following up on a River Safari visit by refreshing the learning objectives and finding out how much your students have learned from the experience.

What to bring

Water dispensers are available around our park.

Avoid insect bites.

These are preferable to umbrellas in wet weather.

To journal interesting learning moments!

For further enquiries

General enquiries – [email protected]