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Animal Kingdom, Zoos in Singapore

Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom

A visit to this colourful park and you feel dazzled by the delicate beauty of these tiny and fragile creatures. You also see insects like Rhino Beetles, Giant Spiders and scorpions.

Dolphin Lagoon

Situated at Sentosa, Dolphin Lagoon is a place where you can see dolphins performing their natural behaviour like spy-hop, tail-flapping, etc. To add more adventure, you can also wade into shallow water under the guidance of staff and have the pleasure to touch. An hour with these wonderful creatures and you know how intelligent they are!

Jurong Bird Park

One of the world's largest and most impressive aviaries, Jurong Bird Park houses over 8,000 birds of 600 different species. African Waterfall Aviary, Dinosaur Descendants, Parrot Paradise and Penguin Expedition are a few amongst many attractions at Jurong Bird Park.

Jurong Reptile Park

This famous reptile park is situated just opposite the Jurong Bird Park. There you see a large variety of about 50 reptilian species living in different landscaped habitats.

Night Safari

A visit to this night zoo at Night Safari is another point of world-class attraction in Singapore. It gives you an opportunity to have an eye-to-eye contact with many wild animals like single-horned rhinoceros; or to come across with a pack of striped hyenas and leopards.

Singapore Zoo

Among them all is the Singapore Zoo which was previously known as Singapore Zoological Gardens. This open-concept zoo is a home to more than 2,000 creatures that attracts a lot of visitors every day. The clever use of rock walls and streams as the natural barriers has won the Singapore Zoo an international acclaim.

Underwater World

One of Asiaç—´ most popular oceanariums, Underwater World at Sentosa Island gives you a chance to see a large number of sea animals like sharks, eagle rays, sealions and big-belly seahorse through a glass tunnel. Since its opening in 1991 it has won hearts of more than 18 million visitors with a variety of marine animals.

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