Well, clearly, you have the many glitz and glam factors of Singapore at one hand and its zoo on the other. Indisputably, the hi-tech Lion city enjoys heavy footfall of tourists from all over the world. It is known for its enthralling amusement park, a shopper’s paradise for its upgraded retail sector and of course the incredible urbane topography.
However, if you want to drift your mind towards its wildlife reserves, Singapore is quiet a treasure trove with an internationally acclaimed zoo.
There are a total of four wildlife reserves in Singapore namely, Singapore Zoo, the Night Safari, the Jurong Bird Park, and the River Safari. Out of all these, the 40 years young Singapore Zoo gets the highest footfall every year amounting to 1.7 million visitors followed by the Night Safari at 1.1 million and Jurong Bird Park at 80,000.
Your complete guide to Singapore Zoo
While Inside The Zoo
Though taking a stroll is the best way to experience the zoo, the long stretch of 28 hectares is not a very short span to be entirely covered by feet. There are plenty of rides available such as trams, boats, pony and even horse carriages exuding diverse experience to the visitors…