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Spineless Wonders Behind-the-Scenes Tour

Fragile Forest
Primary
Secondary
1 hr
English
Min 25 people | Max 40 people

Visit the breeding complex of Fragile Forest and discover how we nurture and maintain the lives of butterflies, scorpions, stick insects, and other invertebrates on display. Plus, pet a stick insect and a hissing cockroach if you dare!

Local Schools S$ 11 /person
Public S$ 18 /person

Hamadryas Baboons - Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia Guided Tour

Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia
Pre-school
Primary
Secondary
45 mins
English
Min 25 people (1 group) | Max 75 people (3 groups of 25)

This tour is a great way to introduce children to the concept of group interaction. Observe a troop of over 50 hamadryas baboons groom one another, forage together and sometimes squabble with each other over food and mates. You’ll also encounter black-backed jackals, banded mongooses, and rock hyraxes along the way.

Local Schools S$ 6 /person
Public S$ 8 /person

RepTopia Behind-the-Scenes Tour

RepTopia
Primary
Secondary
1 hr
English
Min 25 people | Max 40 people

Come explore the scaly world of Reptiles! Discover the unique adaptations that allow reptiles to survive in various environments, learn how anti-venom is made, and experience an interactive session with our reptilian ambassador friends.

Local Schools S$ 11 /person
Public S$ 18 /person

Animals in the Pink Behind-the-Scenes Tour

Wildlife Nutrition Centre and Wildlife Healthcare & Research Centre
Primary
Secondary
1 hr
English
Min 25 people | Max 40 people

Discover what it takes to meet the massive health and nutritional demands of over 10,000 animals at Singapore Zoo, Night Safari and River Safari. In this exclusive tour of our Wildlife Healthcare & Research Centre, learn about the incredible challenges that go into keeping our animals healthy and the extensive variety of food we prepare for our animals. After all, good food and good health go hand in hand!

Local Schools S$ 11 /person
Public S$ 18 /person

Fragile Forest Guided Tour

Fragile Forest
Pre-school
Primary
Secondary
45 mins
English
Min 25 people (1 group) | Max 75 people (3 groups of 25)

Fragile Forest lets gives you multi-dimensional experience of life in a rainforest ecosystem. Walk amidst fascinating flora and come face to face with lemurs, bats, butterflies, birds, tarantulas, snails, millipedes, etc. This tour also demonstrates the importance of rainforests to our lives, and ways you can help to save them.

Local Schools S$ 6 /person
Public S$ 8 /person

Rainforest Kidzworld Guided Tour

Rainforest Kidzworld
Pre-school
Primary
Secondary
45 mins
English
Min 25 people (1 group) | Max 75 people (3 groups of 25)

Meet our resident ponies and falabellas, some of the smallest horses in the world. Learn how our keepers groom them, including giving them regular `pedicure’ sessions. Feed the goats – and be amused by the story of how they accidentally contributed to the discovery of coffee as a beverage. Finally, step back in time at the kampung house to experience life in rustic Singapore – when wild animals like the reticulated python were a common sight in homes!

Local Schools S$ 6 /person
Public S$ 8 /person

Wild Africa Guided Tour

Wild Africa
Pre-school
Primary
Secondary
45 mins
English
Min 25 people (1 group) | Max 75 people (3 groups of 25)

Meet the world’s fastest and tallest in Wild Africa. Discover how the cheetah is built for speed and why a giraffe’s height isn’t always an advantage. Find out how herbivores stay safe together and how a zebra’s stripes deliver function as well as form. Finally, encounter magnificent white rhinos and learn about the threats they face.

Local Schools 6 /person
Public S$ 8 /person

Interdisciplinary Trail (Guided)

Around The Park
Primary
Half Day
English
Min 40 people | Max 120 people

Let our education staff guide students on a trail that enhances their learning on multi-disciplinary concepts and knowledge about wildlife.

Local Schools S$ 8 /person
Public S$ 12 /person

Interdisciplinary Trail (Self-guided)

Around The Park
Primary
Half Day
English
Min 40 people | Max 120 people

With a trail booklet, students go on a self-guided trail to complete activities at different exhibits. Teachers can facilitate better learning outcomes with pre-trail and post-trail briefings. Trail answers will also be given to them.

Local Schools S$ 3 /person
Public S$ 5 /person

Mobile Trail @ Zoo (Guided)

Around The Park
Primary
Half day
English
Min 40 pax | Max 120 pax

Get ready to have a fun and engaging time as our education staff guide students to document their learning journey with photographs, videos, voice recordings and doodles on their mobile devices!

1 account to With iPad rental
Without iPad rental
1 student $22 $16
2 students $16 $13
3 students  $14 $12

Full-day Camps @ Singapore Zoo

Pre-school
Primary
Secondary
Full Day
Min 40 people | Max 120 people

Immersive camp experiences await at Singapore Zoo! Spend an enriching day made up of behind-the-scenes tours, sharing sessions and other exciting activities! Best of all, we can customise the camp itinerary to your preferences.

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Overnight Camps @ Singapore Zoo

Pre-school
Primary
Secondary
Full Day
Min 40 people | Max 120 people

Overnight camps at Singapore Zoo are wonderful experiential learning journeys and great opportunities for team bonding. Spend the day in an immersive, interactive exploration of the zoo before turning in for the night to ‘sleep with beasts’.

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Zoo Goes to School: Trashbusters

Pre-school
Primary
Secondary
30 mins

Join Ranger Ooz on an adventure to learn about the harmful effects of plastic waste, and how we can recycle our trash to make the environment a better place for animals and ourselves.

This programme is conducted in your school.

S$ 300 /session

Zoo Goes to School: Why Did The Pangolin Cross The Road?

Pre-school
Primary
Secondary
30 mins
English
Chinese

One of the few mammals still found in Singapore, pangolins often get injured or killed in road accidents. Join Ranger Ooz on an adventure to find out more about pangolins and other animals that still roam our forests. Based on the storybook of the same name available here!

Please indicate your preferred language when making a reservation.

This programme is conducted in your school.

S$ 300 /session

Zoo Goes to School: Love Your Pets

Pre-school
Primary
Secondary
30 mins

Want to keep a pet? Learn what it takes to be a responsible pet owner from Ranger Ooz.

This programme is conducted in your school.

S$ 300 /session

Zoo Goes to School: Kangaroos & Pals

Pre-school
Primary
Secondary
30 mins
English

Spend some quality time with Ranger Ooz to find out what makes kangaroos, koalas and other Australian animals so special!

This programme is conducted in your school.

S$ 300 /session

Zoo Goes to School: Singapore Wildlife

Pre-school
Primary
Secondary
30 mins
English

Singapore may be a small island, but many wild animals call her home. Ranger Ooz takes you into the Singapore jungle to uncover amazing wild animals big and small. It’s a chance to look closer and discover nature at our doorstep!

This programme is conducted in your school.

S$ 300 /session

Zoo Goes to School: Scaly Slithering Fun!

Pre-school
Primary
Secondary
30 mins
English

Join Ranger Ooz on an adventure into the world of reptiles and learn more about our scaly friends!

This programme is conducted in your school.

S$ 300 /session

Zoo Goes to School: Save Our Animals

Pre-school
Primary
Secondary
30 mins
English

Discover the one thing that scares the tiger, the biggest cat in the world, and why. Follow Ranger Ooz as he explores the rainforest with other animals!

This programme is conducted in your school.

S$ 300 /session

Animal Builders

Auditorium @ Wildilfe Learning Centre
Primary 1 and 2
45 mins
Min 40 pax | Max 160 pax

Some animals build their homes high up in the trees while others dig underground. Find out about the innovative homes that animals create to keep themselves safe. You may learn a thing or two from the amazing architects of the animal kingdom!

Programme objectives are to:

  • Identify the different types of animal homes
  • Learn about the different materials animals use to build their homes
  • Discover why animal homes are fast disappearing and how you can help
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Animals, Animals, Animals

Auditorium @ Wildilfe Learning Centre
Primary 1 and 2
45 mins
Min 40 pax | Max 160 pax

No one knows the exact number of many animal species on Earth. It is estimated that there may be 10 million but only 1.8 million species have been discovered so far. Step into the diverse world of the animal kingdom and be dazzled by the shapes, sizes, colours and textures found on different creatures.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Differentiate between vertebrates and invertebrates
  • Learn about the characteristics and diverse range of birds, mammals, reptiles, fish and amphibians
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Classification of Animals

Auditorium @ Wildilfe Learning Centre
Primary 3 and 4
45 mins
Min 40 pax | Max 160 pax

Step into the amazing world of animals and marvel at the biodiversity of our Earth. Find out why a millipede is not a worm and what makes a spider not an insect. Learn about how animals are grouped according to their similarities and differences and the person who invented this system!

Programme objectives are to:

  • Learn about different groups of animals and their characteristics
  • Appreciate the biodiversity of life forms
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Body Coverings

Auditorium @ Wildilfe Learning Centre
Primary 3 and 4
45 mins
Min 40 people | Max 160 people

Animals have different body coverings, which serve different functions. Touch and feel the body coverings of a tiger, porcupine, turtle, crocodile, pangolin, and many more animal specimens.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Learn about the different types of body coverings found on animals
  • Learn about how body coverings are adapted to help an animal survive better in its environment
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Adaptations

Auditorium @ Wildilfe Learning Centre
Primary 5 and 6
45 mins
Min 40 pax | Max 160 pax

How are animals able to withstand extreme temperatures? How are they adapted to their diet? How do animals adapt in a watery world? How do birds fly? Discover interesting adaptative features of animals and learn the game of survival.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Understand how forms and structures of animals help them to adapt and survive
  • Learn that animals change their form or behaviour to adapt to changing environment
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Small Encounters

Auditorium @ Wildilfe Learning Centre
Pre-school
30 mins
Indoor learning session
Min 30 pax | Max 120 pax (depending on venue)

Meet a furry ferret, catch a whiff of its strong scent and learn how it uses this scent to ‘talk’ to other ferrets. Feel the spines of a friendly hedgehog and find out why we should not keep exotic animals as pets.

Local schools S$ 4 /person
Public S$ 5 /person

Animal Babies

Auditorium @ Wildilfe Learning Centre
Pre-school
30 mins
Indoor learning session
Min 30 pax | Max 120 pax (depending on venue)

What is childhood like for animals? Come and discover the miracles of birth and find out just how much animal babies have in common with us. Learn why some animal babies need to know how to run even before they crawl, how some others have unique ways of darting to safety and why some young animals look nothing like their parents! Come and be enchanted by the splendour of Nature’s babies today!

Local schools S$ 4 /person
Public S$ 5 /person

Body Coverings

Auditorium @ Wildilfe Learning Centre
Pre-school
30 mins
Indoor learning session
Min 30 pax | Max 120 pax (depending on venue)

Get to feel the scaly skin of a reptile, the feathers of a bird and the fur of a mammal, and be awed by the different functions that body coverings serve. Learn about one of Singapore’s native animals, the pangolin, which has ‘scales’ that are actually a type of modified hair.
 

Local schools S$ 4 /person
Public S$ 5 /person

Cool Cats

Auditorium @ Wildilfe Learning Centre
Pre-school
30 mins
Indoor learning session
Min 30 pax | Max 120 pax (depending on venue)

Be awed and fascinated by the beauty of tigers, leopards, lions and other cats. Run your fingers over their pelts, hold their paws and discover the secret behind the texture of their rough tongue.
 

Local schools S$ 4 /person
Public S$ 5 /person

Insects and Other Invertebrates

Auditorium @ Wildilfe Learning Centre
Pre-school
30 mins
Indoor learning session
Min 30 people | Max 120 people (depending on venue)

Unlike us, insects and other invertebrates do not have backbones. Come face to face with some of these spineless creatures that wear their skeletons on the outside, and unearth interesting facts about them. Get a chance to feel a stick insect, a hissing cockroach or a giant millipede if you dare!

Local schools S$ 4 /person
Public S$ 5 /person

Animals and What They Eat

Auditorium @ Wildilfe Learning Centre
Pre-school
30 mins
Indoor learning session
Min 30 people | Max 120 people (depending on venue)

Dig in and discover the fascinating variety of food that animals eat! Get to touch and feel the teeth of a carnivore, an herbivore and an omnivore, and learn to appreciate how the different types of teeth help animals adapt to their diet. You may also get to make some animal friends and learn more about what they eat at the zoo!

Local schools S$ 4 /person
Public S$ 5 /person

Domestic Animals

Rainforest Kidzworld
Pre-school
30 mins
Outdoor learning session
Min 30 people | Max 75 people (depending on venue)

Cows provide milk and sheep provide wool. These ring a bell when we think about animals living in farms. Join us as we enter the world of domesticated animals at the newly-revamped Rainforest Kidzworld! Wave hello to our horses, ponies and goats and learn about animals bred for pets when we visit the rabbits.

Local schools S$ 4 /person
Public S$ 5 /person

Open dates, on a first-come, first-served basis

Wild Love

AUDITORIUM @ WILDLIFE LEARNING CENTRE
Upper primary
Secondary
45 mins
Min 40 people | Max 160 people

What does it mean to be ‘in love’ in the animal kingdom? Learn about how animals, despite not being able to talk, use smells, sounds and actions to communicate to members of the opposite sex. Discover how some species use ‘romantic gestures’ such as presenting gifts of food or doing a song and dance to attract a mate, while others have it easier and simply meet to mate!

Programme objectives are to:

  • Understand the importance of finding a mate in the animal kingdom
  • Appreciate the different strategies that animals use to attract their mates
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Why Conserve?

AUDITORIUM @ WILDLIFE LEARNING CENTRE
Upper primary
Secondary
45 mins
Min 40 people | Max 160 people

At Wildlife Reserves Singapore, we work hard to conserve wildlife and wild habitats for future generations. Find out about the environmental challenges we face, how we strive to overcome them and why it is important for us and other wildlife organisations to succeed. We also share our success stories and ongoing conservation projects, as well as tips on how everyone can do their part in wildlife conservation and environmental preservation.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Understand the inseparable relationship between nature and human survival
  • Find out the causes of habitat destruction and its consequences on living things, including humans
  • Learn about the ways in which Wildlife Reserves Singapore supports the conservation of wildlife and wild habitats
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Animal Weaponry

AUDITORIUM @ WILDLIFE LEARNING CENTRE
Upper primary
Secondary
45 mins
Min 40 people | Max 160 people

Beaks, claws, horns and tusks! In a world where only the fittest survive, these ‘weapons’ come in handy for animals. Find out how they use them to fight for a chance to mate, to establish territory and to get food. But animals have also been used in military operations and border controls. Let‘s take a look at how animals have helped man survive in his world.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Understand how forms and structures are related to functions
  • Appreciate the wide range of Nature‘s weapons in the animal kingdom
  • Learn how animals have helped man in times of war and peace
  • Learn how nature has been adopted to provide cutting-edge military technologies
Suggested activities:
 
  • Students are to research the various species of animals used in warfare during ancient times as well as in modern day
  • Discuss with students what are the implications of using animals for war and how effective are these choices
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Singapore Wildlife

AUDITORIUM @ WILDLIFE LEARNING CENTRE
Upper primary
Secondary
45 mins
Min 40 people | Max 160 people

Knowing our natural heritage is also a part of understanding our history. Learn about how some of our native wildlife still persist despite the loss of about 95% of our original forests, and discover how we can help protect them for the future.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Appreciate Singapore‘s rich biodiversity and its significance to our heritage
  • Learn practical ways to protect and conserve our wildlife

Suggested activities:

  • Students are to research on a mammal, a bird, a reptile, an amphibian or an invertebrate species that can be found in Singapore
  • They are to present how best they can save their selected species
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Endangered Animals

AUDITORIUM @ WILDLIFE LEARNING CENTRE
Upper primary
Secondary
45 mins
Min 40 people | Max 160 people

Many animal species are facing a bleak future. Extinction beckons if nothing is done to save them. This programme highlights some seriously endangered animals and discusses the threats to their survival in the wild.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Understand why animals become endangered
  • Learn what man can to protect and conserve threatened wildlife
Suggested activities:
 
  • Visit the elephant, white tiger, orangutan, frog and white rhinos in the zoo
  • Get students to identify the causes of these species’ endangerment, and present how they can save these animals from extinction
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Genetics in the Animal World

AUDITORIUM @ WILDLIFE LEARNING CENTRE
Upper primary
Secondary
45 mins
Min 40 people | Max 160 people

Why are some black bears white in colour and some cheetahs stripy? How did a wing defect in Hawaiian crickets save the entire population from extinction? In this programme, find out why there are genetic differences among animals and how genetic variation has affected the survival of whole animal populations. Learn how our wildlife parks use this knowledge to keep our animal collections healthy.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Understand that genes are passed down from parents to offspring
  • Understand the concept of mutation and variation within a species

Suggested activities:

  • Encourage students to research further on related genetic topics such as saving endangered species through frozen cells, stem cell therapy, cloning, genetically modified food, etc.
  • Facilitate discussion on their research
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Bug Discoveries

Auditorium @ Wildlife Learning Centre
Primary 1 and 2
45 minutes
Min 40 people | Max 160 people

Encounter fascinating invertebrate adaptations through a series of hands-on activities. Based on books recommended by STELLAR, this programme brings your language lessons to life!

Programme objectives are to:

  • Learn about insects, invertebrates, and some of their adaptations
  • Learn about butterfly life cycles
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Who Has 6 Legs?

Auditorium @ Wildlife Learning Centre
Pre-school
30 minutes
Indoor learning session
Min 15 people (per session)

*Suitable for Nursery 1 & 2. Tram tickets are highly recommended for this age group as well

Let your early learners explore insects through sensorial play and songs. This programme also offers a close encounter with stick insects!

Programme objectives are to:

  • Learn about insects through songs and simple yet engaging activities
Local schools S$ 4 /person
Public S$ 5 /person
  1. For school groups only: For every group of 10 paying students, 1 adult is entitled to join the tour for free. The ‘10:1 ratio’ only applies when schools meet the minimum number of people required
  2. Programme prices include 7% GST but exclude Singapore Zoo admission.
  3. Prices and programmes are correct at point of communication and subject to change without prior notice.
  4. Group must still pay for the minimum number of people required even if the actual number falls short.
  5. Programmes are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please make your booking at least 1 to 3 months in advance (excluding weekends and public holidays) to avoid disappointment.
  6. Outdoor learning sessions are weather permitting. In the event of wet weather, the Education department reserves the right to replace the affected outdoor programme with an indoor programme at the staff’s discretion.
  7. Indoor venues are subject to availability based on time of booking. In the event the original venue is not available, a suitable alternative will be arranged.