You really do see them in a different light
Published/Last edited or updated: 21st September, 2017
Many animals normally dozing through the daytime heat are awake and active come the evening. The simulated moonlight lets you get a good look and a few blurry photos of big cats, hyenas and deer and you can get a little too close for comfort with bats and flying squirrels in walk-through enclosures.
One disappointment — some animals can only be viewed from the tram ride, which is an extra S$10/$5 on top of the already sizeable admission fee.
Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd
T: 6269 3411;
Coordinates (for GPS): 103º47'16.55" E, 1º24'8.03" N
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Admission: Adults S$22; Children S$11
Tanya Procyshyn is a freelance writer and photographer. With a passion for unusual destinations, she has camped alongside Komodo dragons and shook hands with soldiers in North Korea.
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