• 10:00 – 13:00City Tour with Flyer

    Singapore City Tour which begins with a drive around the Civic District past the Padang, Cricket Club and the historic Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall, Merlion Park – well-known tourism icon, a mythological creature that is part lion and part fish, visit to one of the oldest Buddhist-Taoist temple and Mari Amman temple on the island, before driving past Chinatown to a local handicraft centre.

    The Singapore Flyer early designs showed a 169 m (554 ft) tall wheel similar to the London Eye, drawing criticism that it lacked originality. The development has a gross building area of approximately 16,000 m2 (172,000 sq ft), built on a 33,700 m2 (362,700 sq ft) site along the Marina Promenade.the normally constant rotation of the wheel means that a complete trip lasts approximately 32 minutes. The Flyer’s 28 air-conditioned capsules are mounted outboard of the rim of the wheel structure, providing continuously unobstructed views. Each capsule has a floor area of 26 m2 (280 sq ft) and is capable of holding 28 passengers, or up to five wheelchairs and 15 other visitors when booked in advance for use by disabled guests. The wheel initially rotated in a counter-clockwise direction when viewed from Marina Centre, but on 4 August 2008 this was reversed. Wheelchair ramps and lifts, handicapped toilets, and a dedicated parking lot for the disabled are also provided.

  • 17:30 – 20:30Flyer With River cruises

    The Singapore Flyer early designs showed a 169 m (554 ft) tall wheel similar to the London Eye, drawing criticism that it lacked originality. The development has a gross building area of approximately 16,000 m2 (172,000 sq ft), built on a 33,700 m2 (362,700 sq ft) site along the Marina Promenade.the normally constant rotation of the wheel means that a complete trip lasts approximately 32 minutes. The Flyer’s 28 air-conditioned capsules are mounted outboard of the rim of the wheel structure, providing continuously unobstructed views. Each capsule has a floor area of 26 m2 (280 sq ft) and is capable of holding 28 passengers, or up to five wheelchairs and 15 other visitors when booked in advance for use by disabled guests. The wheel initially rotated in a counter-clockwise direction when viewed from Marina Centre, but on 4 August 2008 this was reversed. Wheelchair ramps and lifts, handicapped toilets, and a dedicated parking lot for the disabled are also provided.

    A River cruise is a voyage along inland waterways, often stopping at multiple ports along the way. Since cities and towns often grew up around rivers, river cruise ships frequently dock in the center of cities and towns.Enjoy a 40-minute scenic cruise along the northern banks of the Singapore River and glide past Singapore attractions on an electric bumboat.

    Observe the contrast between the old-world architecture of the quays and the modern skyscrapers in the central business district. Take in the beautifully restored buildings on the river banks, now housing a chic dining and entertainment spot comes alive after the sun sets.

    See the grand bridges of Singapore: the Cavenagh Bridge, the Clemenceau Bridge and the Anderson Bridge. Enjoy an insight into the pivotal role that the Singapore River has played in Singapore’s progress by visiting the different historical landmarks like the Merlion, the Raffles Landing Site, and the Esplanade.

  • 10:00 – 13:00City Tour With River cruises

    Singapore City Tour which begins with a drive around the Civic District past the Padang, Cricket Club and the historic Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall, Merlion Park – well-known tourism icon, a mythological creature that is part lion and part fish, visit to one of the oldest Buddhist-Taoist temple and Mari Amman temple on the island, before driving past Chinatown to a local handicraft centre.

    A River cruise is a voyage along inland waterways, often stopping at multiple ports along the way. Since cities and towns often grew up around rivers, river cruise ships frequently dock in the center of cities and towns.Enjoy a 40-minute scenic cruise along the northern banks of the Singapore River and glide past Singapore attractions on an electric bumboat.

    Observe the contrast between the old-world architecture of the quays and the modern skyscrapers in the central business district. Take in the beautifully restored buildings on the river banks, now housing a chic dining and entertainment spot comes alive after the sun sets.

    See the grand bridges of Singapore: the Cavenagh Bridge, the Clemenceau Bridge and the Anderson Bridge. Enjoy an insight into the pivotal role that the Singapore River has played in Singapore’s progress by visiting the different historical landmarks like the Merlion, the Raffles Landing Site, and the Esplanade.

  • 10:00 – 13:00City Tour With Duck Tour

    Singapore City Tour which begins with a drive around the Civic District past the Padang, Cricket Club and the historic Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall, Merlion Park – well-known tourism icon, a mythological creature that is part lion and part fish, visit to one of the oldest Buddhist-Taoist temple and Mari Amman temple on the island, before driving past Chinatown to a local handicraft centre.

    The Duck Tour begins as you step aboard the authentic revamped Vietnam War era vehicle- an amphibious vehicle that runs on land and on water. Accompanied by a professional guide, your day will begin with a drive around the city’s most prominent landmarks including Padang, City Hall and the War Memorial. Next, it’s time for ‘splashdown’ in the waters of the Marina Bay. Experience the beauty of the Lion City as you take in breathtaking views of the iconic Merlion, the Marina Bay Sands, the Esplanade Theatres, the Helix Bridge and many more landmarks that define the amazing Singapore skyline.

  • 14:30 – 21:15Sentosa Sunset

    Sentosa Sunset Perched on top of the popular hilltop park Mount Faber is Faber Peak Singapore, which houses the Singapore Cable Car. Enjoy a panoramic view of the world’s busiest harbour while we swing over to Sentosa Island On board Singapore Cable Car Sentosa Island, Asia Favourite Playground, which is home to an exciting array of themed attractions.

    Sea Aquarium: Discover the awe-inspiring world of life in the ocean at the world’s largest aquarium. Step into S.E.A. Aquarium and immerse yourself in a magical marine world seen through our planet’s largest window to the ocean. With more than 800 species of marine animals, the aquarium is home to majestic manta rays, enormous goliath grouper, napoleon wrasse, and other gentle giants of the sea. Come face-to-face with over 200 sharks and uncover the centuries of myths about these ocean predators. Sneak a peek at a moray eel in a rocky crevice or tour an underwater reef community. Discover and unfold the endless wonders of our blue planet at S.E.A. Aquarium. Overnight in Hotel.

    There’s no better way to complete a fabulous day at Sentosa than to take in a spectacular night show the Wings of Time set outdoors against the backdrop of the open sea. Come, discover an awe-inspiring display of water, laser and fire effects, set to majestic music and a panorama of breathtaking vistas. Weaved together os a tale of friendship and courage that will linger with you long after you leave this magical isle. Overnight at hotel.

    With the FUN PASS, you can make the most out of Sentosa. Just choose your pass, then choose what you want to play. Whether you’re one for thrills and spills, or activities and adventures for the whole family, there’s plenty of fun for everyone.

  • 09:00 – 21:15Sentosa Fun Pass Token 55 Play Up to 5 Attraction

    With the FUN PASS, you can make the most out of Sentosa. Just choose your pass, then choose what you want to play. Whether you’re one for thrills and spills, or activities and adventures for the whole family, there’s plenty of fun for everyone.

    DAY FUN Pass attractions include:
    • 4D AdventureLand: Desperados in 4D
    • 4D AdventureLand: Extreme Log Ride
    • 4D AdventureLand: Journey 2: The Mysterious Island
    • AJ Hackett Skybridge
    • Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom
    • KidZania Singapore 2-Hour TranZit PaZZ
    • MegaBounce or MegaJump @ Mega Adventure Park
    • MOSH!
    • Segway® Fun Ride (2 Rides) or Bi-Pedal Bicycle (2 Hours)
    • Sentosa Merlion
    • Skyline Luge Sentosa (1 Luge & 1 Skyride)
    • Singapore Cable Car – Sentosa Line ONLY
    • Tiger Sky Tower
    • Trick Eye Museum Singapore
    • Wave House Sentosa – Catch-A-Wave (2 Tries)
    • Wings of Time (Standard Seat)
    • Madame Tussauds Singapore & Images of Singapore LIVE (2-in-1 Combo)* – Worth 2 Credits
    • S.E.A. Aquarium & Royal Albatross Dockside Non-Sailing Tour (2-in-1 Combo)# – Worth 2 Credits – Note: Royal Albatross Dockside Tour last entry is at 2:30PM.

  • 09:00 – 21:15Sentosa Fun Pass Token 80 Play Up to 8 Attraction

    With the FUN PASS, you can make the most out of Sentosa. Just choose your pass, then choose what you want to play. Whether you’re one for thrills and spills, or activities and adventures for the whole family, there’s plenty of fun for everyone.

    DAY FUN Pass attractions include:
    • 4D AdventureLand: Desperados in 4D
    • 4D AdventureLand: Extreme Log Ride
    • 4D AdventureLand: Journey 2: The Mysterious Island
    • AJ Hackett Skybridge
    • Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom
    • KidZania Singapore 2-Hour TranZit PaZZ
    • MegaBounce or MegaJump @ Mega Adventure Park
    • MOSH!
    • Segway® Fun Ride (2 Rides) or Bi-Pedal Bicycle (2 Hours)
    • Sentosa Merlion
    • Skyline Luge Sentosa (1 Luge & 1 Skyride)
    • Singapore Cable Car – Sentosa Line ONLY
    • Tiger Sky Tower
    • Trick Eye Museum Singapore
    • Wave House Sentosa – Catch-A-Wave (2 Tries)
    • Wings of Time (Standard Seat)
    • Madame Tussauds Singapore & Images of Singapore LIVE (2-in-1 Combo)* – Worth 2 Credits
    • S.E.A. Aquarium & Royal Albatross Dockside Non-Sailing Tour (2-in-1 Combo)# – Worth 2 Credits – Note: Royal Albatross Dockside Tour last entry is at 2:30PM.

  • 09:00 – 21:15Sentosa Fun Pass Token 120 Play Up to 11 Attraction

    With the FUN PASS, you can make the most out of Sentosa. Just choose your pass, then choose what you want to play. Whether you’re one for thrills and spills, or activities and adventures for the whole family, there’s plenty of fun for everyone

    Overview:
    Discover endless fun and surprises at Sentosa from alluring attractions, pristine beaches, action-packed activities and lush rainforests. To get the most out of your trip, all you need is the Sentosa FUN Pass — your ticket to The State of Fun! Whether you’re a thrill-seeker, nature lover, or simply out for some family fun, there’s definitely something for you with the Day FUN Pass, which offers you the freedom to cover up to 20 exciting attractions!

    Description:
    1. Sentosa 4D Adventure Land:
    It is a Singapore best theme park, the high-tech interactive entertainment zone is home to three exciting experiences, suitable for every age group. It is considered one of the best tourist attractions Singapore.

    2. 4D Adventure Land: Extreme Log Ride:
    You ride on a virtual 4-D roller coaster ‘Extreme Log Ride’ as it sends you on a thrilling adventure into the wild. Following, grab a motion-sensor pistol, and fire at Asia’s first 4-D Interactive shoot-out game happening only at ‘Desperados’

    3. 4D Adventure Land: Journey 2:
    The Mysterious Island: Journey 2: The Mysterious Island the 4-D Experience – First In Asia. Now you can live the adventures of the thrilling Journey 2: The Mysterious Island in stunning 4D only at Sentosa, Singapore. If you are looking forward to an adventure packed screening session then make sure to get the tickets of this family adventure drama in 4D. A sequel to the super hit movie Journey to the Centre of the Earth, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island is a film which is suitable for young and adults alike.

    4. Bi-Pedal Bicycle (2 Hours):
    With this bi-pedal bicycle rental, you are free to roam around Sentosa at your own pace. You can plan which points of interest you would want to stop in. Sentosa is an island that holds many attractions. There’s Fort Siloso, 4D Adventure Land and Madam Tussauds just to name a few. If you choose to go to the sea side, there are the beaches of Tanjong, Palawan and Siloso, the Southernmost Point of Continental Asia, and the Wings of Time.

    5. Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom:
    Located in Singapore’s Sentosa Island, surrounded with lush tropical greenery, Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom showcases the stunning beauties of a different variety of beautiful butterflies and interesting insects. A must – see outdoor experience for children, tourists and nature lovers alike, Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom has wowed visitors from all over the world.

    6. Fort Siloso Combat Skirmish: Indoor Maze:
    As Combat Skirmish has been mobile for the past 7 years, this March 2012 we are bringing Combat Skirmish LIVE to you at Fort Siloso, Sentosa as an attraction. Combat Skirmish LIVE offers six exciting activities. Tunnel Battle, Indoor Maze, Laser Clay Shooting, Mad Rush, Combat Skirmish Teambuilding and Laser Clay Teambuilding. It is safe, fun and most of all, suitable for all ages.

    7. Megabounce or Parajump @ Mega Adventure:
    The main attraction is a 450-metre (1,480 ft) zip-line which takes participants from the peak of Imbiah Hill, 75 metres (246 ft) above ground level and at a speed of up to 60 kilometres per hour (37 mph), across a jungle, a beach, the sea, and ending on a man-made island off Siloso Beach. Participants are connected to the zip-line by a customized “zipper” that rolls them down the line from the start to the end. Parajump is a simulated parachute jump. Participants experience the sensation of a free fall from jumping off a 15-metre (49 ft) tower while connected to a power fan descender that ensures a soft and safe landing.

    8. MOSH!
    MOSH! is Singapore’s first digital media edutainment facility, which showcases state-of-the-art multimedia technology from Japan. Dedicated to providing a unique play-to-learn experience, MOSH! Allows visitors to create imaginary worlds of their own in an immersive virtual environment, designed to empower creativity through free play and expression.

    9. S.E.A. Aquarium:
    Immerse yourself underwater at the S.E.A. Aquarium – marine world where over 800 species of aquatic creatures await. Stop and marvel at the aquarium’s largest and most spectacular exhibit, the massive Open Ocean habitat.

    10. Segway Fun Ride (2 Rides):
    Never tried riding a Segway® Personal Transporter (PT) before? Hop on the Segway® Personal Transporter (PT) for an introductory experience on the Segway Fun Ride, a circuit ride full of twists and turns. Trainers are always on hand to assist you and in a matter of minutes you will master this futuristic mobility device. An exciting experience for everyone!

    11. Sentosa Merlion:
    No visit to Sentosa is complete without meeting its most famous, 37-metre tall resident, The Merlion.

    12. Skyline Luge Sentosa (1 Luge & 1 Sky ride):
    One of the most thrilling places to visit in Sentosa Island, Skyline Luge offers a fun family friendly adventure activity. Navigate down 628 metres of the Jungle Trail or the 688 metre Dragon Trail as thrillingly fast or cruising slow as you like. After the Luge, board the Skyride chairlift and take in the fantastic panoramic scenery of the Singapore city skyline and beautiful coastline of Sentosa Island. Truly an experience not to be missed!

    13. Singapore Cable Car:
    Enjoy not only one but TWO cable car lines (Mount Faber Line + Sentosa Line) that connect TWO buzzing destinations – Sentosa and Faber Peak Singapore.
    The Flying Trapeze:
    You will get the chance to hang upside down in mid-air or various other stunts. There is also a Rock Wall, suitable for the use of children, next to The Flying Trapeze.

    14. Tiger Sky Tower:
    Climb up to the very top of Asia – Tiger Sky Tower – for breath-taking views of Singapore and the Southern Islands. Look down from 131 metres above sea level and see the city like never before

    15. Trick Eye Museum Singapore
    Trick Eye Museum is finally here in Singapore. Get ready to let your imagination march into a miraculous dimension of original 3D artworks.Trick Eye is short for ‘Trick of the eye’, which refers to an art technique that turns two-dimensional paintings into three-dimensional images through the use of optical illusions.

    16. Wave House Sentosa – Catch-A-Wave (1 Try):
    A huge beachfront venue featuring a massive wave pool, excellent food and an amazing surf shop, Wave House Sentosa brings the fun to local foodies and surfies alike. Situated on Sentosa’s Siloso Beach Walk, this Singapore events space and dining establishment is making waves with its many potions, from premium cocktails to freshly made Belgian waffles.

    17. Wings of Time (Standard Seat):
    End your day at Sentosa with the Award Winning Outdoor Night Show in the world set against the majestic open sea. Be mesmerized by a multi-sensory presentation of water display, laser show, fire effects and spectacular music as you soar through space and time in a magical adventure.

    18. Madame Tussauds Singapore*:
    Madame Tussauds Singapore is a wax museum and tourist attraction at the Imbiah Lookout of Sentosa Island in Singapore.

  • 09:00 – 18:00Universal Studios

    Universal studio Go beyond the screen and Ride The Movies¨ at Universal Studios Singapore¨ at Resorts World¨ Sentosa. Only here can you experience cutting-edge rides, shows, and attractions based on your favourite blockbuster films and television series, including Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase, TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle, Shriek 4-D Adventure, Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure¨, and more!

  • 08:30 – 12:30Bird Park

    Bird Park tour is a must for bird enthusiasts and a pleasure for those who simply enjoy nature in all its beauty. Our Route takes us along one of the world’s busiest part and the Jurong Industrial Estate, Singapore’s economic showpiece. Jurong Bird Park – the world of Living Colours is home to 8,000 Birds of 600 Species. The 20.2 hectares park features birds in simulated thematic exhibits, visit the Lory Loft – The world’s largest Lory Flight Aviary, African Wetlands, African Waterfall Aviary’s world’s tallest man made waterfall, Bird Discovery centre, Penguin Expedition, World of Darkness and others. Also Included is the Birds n Buddies, Bird of Prey and Children’s Parrot Shows. On Foot or by panorail, Jurong Bird Park Promises colourful action in urban Singapore

  • 16:30 – 20:15Gardens By the Bay

    Gardens By the Bay and Step into the Flower Dome and you’ll be standing in awe of nature. Spectacular and innovative in design, it is one of the icons of Bay South Garden. The Flower Dome replicates the cool-dry climate of Mediterranean regions like South Africa, California and parts of Spain and Italy. Home to a collection of plants from deserts all over the world, it showcases the adaptations of plants to arid environments. Stop and smell the flowers in the colourful changing displays of the Flower Field, which reflects different seasons, festivals and themes.

    Enter the Cloud Forest, a mysterious world veiled in mist; entirely different from the Flower Dome. A 35-metre tall mountain covered in lush vegetation shrouding the world’s tallest indoor waterfall showcases plant life from tropical highlands up to 2,000-metres above sea level.Ascend to the mountaintop in comfort by lift before descending via two walkways in the clouds for an aerial view of the canopy and mountainside below. Learn about unique biodiversity and geology of cloud forests and the environmental threats they face within the nine unique zones in this cool-moist Conservatory.

  • 16:30 – 20:15MBS Sky Park

    Marina Bay Sands is set to become a premier entertainment destination with its vibrant diversity of attractions and facilities. The vision is to build an integrated development that is timeless, a landmark that possesses a distinct identity which will distinguish Singapore from other cities. Located along the Marina Bay waterfront, Marina Bay Sands features three cascading hotel towers topped by an extraordinary sky park, ‘floating’ crystal pavilions, a lotus-inspired Museum, retail stores featuring cutting-edge labels and international luxury brands, trendy Celebrity Chef Restaurants, endless entertainment at the theatres, the hottest night clubs and a Las Vegas-style casino. Business visitors will also enjoy the extensive Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE) facilities featuring state-of-the-art technology, highly flexible exhibition halls, and a convention centre that can host over 45,000 delegates.

  • 08:30 – 13:00Singapore Zoo

    The Singapore Zoo, formerly known as the Singapore Zoological Gardens and commonly known locally as the Mandai Zoo, occupies 28 hectares (69 acres) on the margins of Upper Seletar Reservoir within Singapore’s heavily forested central catchment area. The zoo was built at a cost of $9 million granted by the government of Singapore and opened on 27 June 1973. It is operated by Wildlife Reserves Singapore, who also manage the neighbouring Night Safari, and River Safari.

    In 1970, consultants and staff were hired, and in 1971, the construction of the basic 50 enclosures was started. Animals were collected from dealers and donated by sponsors. The director of the Colombo Zoo in Sri Lanka, Lyn de Alwis, was hired as a special consultant to work out the problems inherent in tropical zoos.

    On 27 June 1973, the Singapore Zoo opened its gates for the first time with a collection of 270 animals from over 72 species, and a staff of 130. By 1990, 1,600 animals from more than 160 species lived in social groups, housed in 65 landscaped exhibits with boundaries conceived to look as natural as possible.

    On 1 August 2000, Singapore Zoological Gardens, Jurong Bird Park and Night Safari were integrated under Wildlife Reserves Singapore, under the umbrella of Temasek Holdings. The zoo underwent a restructuring to improve its efficiency and branding which included merging of shared services and expansion of consultancy services overseas. Night Safari, which began under the zoo, became a separate branding entity.

  • 17:30 – 21:15Night Safari

    Night Safari is the world’s first wildlife park for nocturnal animals. The star of the Night Safari experience is the Tram Safari Experience, a guided tour that takes you across 7 geographical zones of the world, from the rugged Himalayan Foothills to the swampy banks of the Asian Riverine Forest and more.

    Explore the walking trails to see even more animals not visible from the tram journey. Take a leisurely trek along the Leopard Trail where you can get within a whisker of the beautiful leopards or observe the lions at their most active at the token feeding session. Or, go down under into the Outback to discover native wildlife of Australia including a family of wallabies in their walk-through habitat along the latest Wallaby Trail.

    If time permits, catch the talented troupe of tribal warriors as they thrill you with their fiery stunts in the Thumbuakar Performance and don’t miss the must-see Creatures of the Night Show. Overnight at Hotel.

  • 08:30 – 18:00Zoo & River Safari

    The Singapore Zoo, formerly known as the Singapore Zoological Gardens and commonly known locally as the Mandai Zoo, occupies 28 hectares (69 acres) on the margins of Upper Seletar Reservoir within Singapore’s heavily forested central catchment area. The zoo was built at a cost of $9 million granted by the government of Singapore and opened on 27 June 1973. It is operated by Wildlife Reserves Singapore, who also manage the neighbouring Night Safari, and River Safari.

    In 1970, consultants and staff were hired, and in 1971, the construction of the basic 50 enclosures was started. Animals were collected from dealers and donated by sponsors. The director of the Colombo Zoo in Sri Lanka, Lyn de Alwis, was hired as a special consultant to work out the problems inherent in tropical zoos.

    On 27 June 1973, the Singapore Zoo opened its gates for the first time with a collection of 270 animals from over 72 species, and a staff of 130. By 1990, 1,600 animals from more than 160 species lived in social groups, housed in 65 landscaped exhibits with boundaries conceived to look as natural as possible.

    On 1 August 2000, Singapore Zoological Gardens, Jurong Bird Park and Night Safari were integrated under Wildlife Reserves Singapore, under the umbrella of Temasek Holdings. The zoo underwent a restructuring to improve its efficiency and branding which included merging of shared services and expansion of consultancy services overseas. Night Safari, which began under the zoo, became a separate branding entity.

  • 13:30 – 21:15Zoo & Night Safari

    The Singapore Zoo, formerly known as the Singapore Zoological Gardens and commonly known locally as the Mandai Zoo, occupies 28 hectares (69 acres) on the margins of Upper Seletar Reservoir within Singapore’s heavily forested central catchment area. The zoo was built at a cost of $9 million granted by the government of Singapore and opened on 27 June 1973. It is operated by Wildlife Reserves Singapore, who also manage the neighbouring Night Safari, and River Safari.

    In 1970, consultants and staff were hired, and in 1971, the construction of the basic 50 enclosures was started. Animals were collected from dealers and donated by sponsors. The director of the Colombo Zoo in Sri Lanka, Lyn de Alwis, was hired as a special consultant to work out the problems inherent in tropical zoos.

    On 27 June 1973, the Singapore Zoo opened its gates for the first time with a collection of 270 animals from over 72 species, and a staff of 130. By 1990, 1,600 animals from more than 160 species lived in social groups, housed in 65 landscaped exhibits with boundaries conceived to look as natural as possible.

    On 1 August 2000, Singapore Zoological Gardens, Jurong Bird Park and Night Safari were integrated under Wildlife Reserves Singapore, under the umbrella of Temasek Holdings. The zoo underwent a restructuring to improve its efficiency and branding which included merging of shared services and expansion of consultancy services overseas. Night Safari, which began under the zoo, became a separate branding entity.
    Night Safari is the world’s first wildlife park for nocturnal animals. The star of the Night Safari experience is the Tram Safari Experience, a guided tour that takes you across 7 geographical zones of the world, from the rugged Himalayan Foothills to the swampy banks of the Asian Riverine Forest and more.

    Explore the walking trails to see even more animals not visible from the tram journey. Take a leisurely trek along the Leopard Trail where you can get within a whisker of the beautiful leopards or observe the lions at their most active at the token feeding session. Or, go down under into the Outback to discover native wildlife of Australia including a family of wallabies in their walk-through habitat along the latest Wallaby Trail.

    If time permits, catch the talented troupe of tribal warriors as they thrill you with their fiery stunts in the Thumbuakar Performance and don’t miss the must-see Creatures of the Night Show. Overnight at Hotel.

  • 13:30 – 21:15River Safari & Night Safari

    The River Safari is a river-themed zoo and aquarium located in Singapore. It is built over 12 hectares (30 acres) and nestled between its two counterparts, the Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari, Singapore. It is the first of its kind in Asia and features freshwater attractions and river boat rides as its main highlights. The safari was built at a cost of S$160m, with an expected visitor rate of 820,000 people yearly.

    Animal exhibits
    The park consists of a total of 10 different ecosystems around the world, including the River Nile, Yangtze River, Mississippi, Amazon as well as the Tundra. It features 5000 animals of 300 species, including numerous that are endangered. Among these are anacondas, electric eels, Mekong freshwater stingrays, West Indian manatees, Mekong giant catfish, giant pandas,, gharials, red pandas, golden pheasants, paddlefish, jaguars, squirrel monkeys, electric eels, giant otters and Chinese alligators that are part of an exchange program with the Asahiyama Zoo in Hokkaidō, Japan.

    Giant pandas
    One of the main attractions is a pair of male and female giant pandas – which are housed in a specially constructed climate-controlled enclosure which change throughout the four seasons emulating their original environment. The zoo grows its own 8,000-square-metre (86,000 sq ft) plantation of special bamboo specially for the feeding of the giant pandas. These pandas are a sign of the twentieth anniversary of friendly Sino-Singapore relations. The park also received a conservation donation from CapitaLand. The names of the two pandas were selected from entries of a public naming competition organised in 2010. The pandas, which arrived in September 2012, are on a ten-year loan from China.

    Theme park rides
    The park features a boat ride called the Amazon River Quest. It features over 30 wildlife species from the Amazon River, such as Brazilian Tapirs, Capybaras, Red howler monkeys, Scarlet ibis, Collared peccaries, jaguars, black howler monkeys, Golden-headed lion tamarins, and Giant anteaters. It was opened to visitors on 7 December 2013.

    A 15-minute Reservoir Cruise on the Upper Seletar Reservoir, will travel along the outskirts of Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari compound, which border on the reservoir, giving visitors a chance to spot animals including giraffes and Asian elephants. Each cruise can take up to 40 passengers and runs at 15-minute intervals from 10.30am to 6.00pm daily. The boats are wheelchair-friendly. The ride opened on 1 August 2014.

    Night Safari is the world’s first wildlife park for nocturnal animals. The star of the Night Safari experience is the Tram Safari Experience, a guided tour that takes you across 7 geographical zones of the world, from the rugged Himalayan Foothills to the swampy banks of the Asian Riverine Forest and more.

    Explore the walking trails to see even more animals not visible from the tram journey. Take a leisurely trek along the Leopard Trail where you can get within a whisker of the beautiful leopards or observe the lions at their most active at the token feeding session. Or, go down under into the Outback to discover native wildlife of Australia including a family of wallabies in their walk-through habitat along the latest Wallaby Trail.

    If time permits, catch the talented troupe of tribal warriors as they thrill you with their fiery stunts in the Thumbuakar Performance and don’t miss the must-see Creatures of the Night Show. Overnight at Hotel.

  • 09:00 – 21:15Zoo & River safari & Night Safari

    The Singapore Zoo, formerly known as the Singapore Zoological Gardens and commonly known locally as the Mandai Zoo, occupies 28 hectares (69 acres) on the margins of Upper Seletar Reservoir within Singapore’s heavily forested central catchment area. The zoo was built at a cost of $9 million granted by the government of Singapore and opened on 27 June 1973. It is operated by Wildlife Reserves Singapore, who also manage the neighbouring Night Safari, and River Safari.

    In 1970, consultants and staff were hired, and in 1971, the construction of the basic 50 enclosures was started. Animals were collected from dealers and donated by sponsors. The director of the Colombo Zoo in Sri Lanka, Lyn de Alwis, was hired as a special consultant to work out the problems inherent in tropical zoos.

    On 27 June 1973, the Singapore Zoo opened its gates for the first time with a collection of 270 animals from over 72 species, and a staff of 130. By 1990, 1,600 animals from more than 160 species lived in social groups, housed in 65 landscaped exhibits with boundaries conceived to look as natural as possible.

    The River Safari is a river-themed zoo and aquarium located in Singapore. It is built over 12 hectares (30 acres) and nestled between its two counterparts, the Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari, Singapore. It is the first of its kind in Asia and features freshwater attractions and river boat rides as its main highlights. The safari was built at a cost of S$160m, with an expected visitor rate of 820,000 people yearly.

    Animal exhibits
    The park consists of a total of 10 different ecosystems around the world, including the River Nile, Yangtze River, Mississippi, Amazon as well as the Tundra. It features 5000 animals of 300 species, including numerous that are endangered. Among these are anacondas, electric eels, Mekong freshwater stingrays, West Indian manatees, Mekong giant catfish, giant pandas,, gharials, red pandas, golden pheasants, paddlefish, jaguars, squirrel monkeys, electric eels, giant otters and Chinese alligators that are part of an exchange program with the Asahiyama Zoo in Hokkaidō, Japan.

    Giant pandas
    One of the main attractions is a pair of male and female giant pandas – which are housed in a specially constructed climate-controlled enclosure which change throughout the four seasons emulating their original environment. The zoo grows its own 8,000-square-metre (86,000 sq ft) plantation of special bamboo specially for the feeding of the giant pandas. These pandas are a sign of the twentieth anniversary of friendly Sino-Singapore relations. The park also received a conservation donation from CapitaLand. The names of the two pandas were selected from entries of a public naming competition organised in 2010. The pandas, which arrived in September 2012, are on a ten-year loan from China.

    Theme park rides
    The park features a boat ride called the Amazon River Quest. It features over 30 wildlife species from the Amazon River, such as Brazilian Tapirs, Capybaras, Red howler monkeys, Scarlet ibis, Collared peccaries, jaguars, black howler monkeys, Golden-headed lion tamarins, and Giant anteaters. It was opened to visitors on 7 December 2013.

    A 15-minute Reservoir Cruise on the Upper Seletar Reservoir, will travel along the outskirts of Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari compound, which border on the reservoir, giving visitors a chance to spot animals including giraffes and Asian elephants. Each cruise can take up to 40 passengers and runs at 15-minute intervals from 10.30am to 6.00pm daily. The boats are wheelchair-friendly. The ride opened on 1 August 2014.

    Night Safari is the world’s first wildlife park for nocturnal animals. The star of the Night Safari experience is the Tram Safari Experience, a guided tour that takes you across 7 geographical zones of the world, from the rugged Himalayan Foothills to the swampy banks of the Asian Riverine Forest and more.

    Explore the walking trails to see even more animals not visible from the tram journey. Take a leisurely trek along the Leopard Trail where you can get within a whisker of the beautiful leopards or observe the lions at their most active at the token feeding session. Or, go down under into the Outback to discover native wildlife of Australia including a family of wallabies in their walk-through habitat along the latest Wallaby Trail.

    If time permits, catch the talented troupe of tribal warriors as they thrill you with their fiery stunts in the Thumbuakar Performance and don’t miss the must-see Creatures of the Night Show. Overnight at Hotel.

  • 09:00 – 18:00Adventure Cove

    Thrilling slides and encounters with marine life – all in one place. At Adventure Cove Waterpark, you can take high-speed water slides, laze the day away drifting on a lazy river, snorkel with 20,000 tropical fish over a colourful reef, wade among rays and even come face to face with sharks!

    IMPORTANT NOTICE Please be informed Adventure Cove Waterpark will be undergoing upgrading from 13 September to 16 October 2016. We look forward to welcoming you at Adventure Cove Waterpark when we resume operations on 17 October 2016. Feel the adrenaline rush as you zoom down thrilling waterslides such as Southeast Asia’s first hydro-magnetic coaster. Chill out with friends at Bluwater Bay wave pool, or grab a tube and journey down Adventure River, passing through 14 stunning scenes including a tropical jungle garden and a grotto inhabited by whimsical sea creatures. Snorkel over a colourful coral reef with 20,000 friendly fish or wade amongst dozens of rays as you touch their velvety wings. For a day of wet and wild fun in the sun, come and experience it all at Adventure Cove Waterpark.

  • 10:30 – 14:00Science Centre

    The Science Centre was carved out of the National Museum of Singapore as a separate institution so that the latter could focus on its artistic and historical collections. This idea was first mooted in 1969 by the Science Council of Singapore, and was subsequently approved by the Government which was keen to promote scientific education in the rapidly modernising country so as to tap into the technological sector.

    The SCS building’s architecture was decided by an architectural design competition organised by the Science Centre Board. Raymond Woo’s entry was selected, and he was thus commissioned as the architect for the project. Built at a cost of S$12 million on a 60,000-square-metre (650,000 sq ft) site in Jurong East, it was officially opened on 10 December 1977 by Dr. Toh Chin Chye, who was the Minister-in-charge of the Science Centre Board.

    In 1987, the centre saw a significant expansion with the opening of Singapore’s first and only OMNIMAX theatre, the Singapore Omni-Theatre. Costing $18 million, it has a 276-seat theatre underneath a 23-metre (75 ft) tilted dome.
    In 1999, a $38 million renovation expanded the centre’s exhibition space, and created a new entrance as well as open-air exhibition areas and a direct connection to the separate Omni-Theatre building. In 2000, Snow City, a recreation of a −5 °C (23 °F) environment in tropical Singapore, was set up beside the Omni-Theatre.

  • 17:30 – 21:15Rain Forest Lumunia

    Take a walk in the wild, and uncover the stories and sensory treasures of nature with Rainforest Lumina. The first such experience in Southeast Asia, Rainforest Lumina is presented by the Singapore Zoo as part of its 45th anniversary celebrations. The lush, luminous world of the rainforest at night opens to guests from 1 July 2018.
    Visitors can expect to be enthralled by a mesmerising, audio-visual experience that occurs within Singapore Zoo with 10 interactive zones. Merging story and setting, Rainforest Lumina will feature a distinctive narrative where visitors will meet the Creature Crew, a quirky group of unlikely heroes who will take you through a magical adventure like no other.
    The Creature Crew believes that nature, humans and animals all have the power to give back to the rainforest. Their motto, “We Are One”, means that everyone has a special role to play, including you!
    Come play, sing and discover the enchanted world of Rainforest Lumina. For wherever the Creature Crew roams, the rainforest blooms with wonder.