The Singapore Zoo - http://www.zoo.com.sg
The Singapore Zoological Gardens is also locally known as Mandai Zoo.
With over 300 different animal species ranging from common rainforest
wildlife to threatened and endangered species in the world. We have four
exclusive animal shows catering to visitors of all ages. Visit us today
to have a feel of the wildlife in our rainforest!
Adventure Cove Waterpark - http://www.rwsentosa.com
With over 20,000 aquatic species and 14 stunning scenes for you and
your friends to experience across the Adventure River journey, Adventure
Cove Waterpark is one stop you cannot miss. Join us today to enjoy our
thrilling water slides, immersive experience with our rays and the most
memorable time with your family at the Adventure River.
The Singapore Flyer - http://www.singaporeflyer.com
Surrounded by Marina Bay Sands, Marina Floating Platform, Central Business
District, you are guaranteed to have a stunning experience at the heart of
Singapore. You and your valentine can enjoy an exclusive dinner at 42
storeys high. Call us today to book a capsule of your own!
Singapore Botanic Gardens - http://www.sbg.org.sg
With no admission fees, Singapore Botanic Gardens is the only botanic garden
in the world which opens daily from 5am to 12midnight. Expanding to 63.7 hectares,
you can find all kinds of flowers at our gardens.
Night Safari - http://www.nightsafari.com.sg
The world's first wildlife park built exclusively for visitors at night.
Night Safari offers a unique experience of exploring wildlife in a tropical
jungle. With animals like owls and bats that enjoy Singapore night life
just like we do. Enjoy our animal shows and tours at Night Safari today!
Jurong Bird Park - http://www.birdpark.com.sg
The idea of a Bird Park in Jurong was first conceived in 1968 by Dr Goh Keng Swee, the then Minister for Finance. During a World Bank Meeting in Rio de Janeiro,
Dr Goh visited a zoological garden and was impressed with its free-flight aviary.
He saw that Jurong could be more than just an industrial zone for Singaporeans, it could also be where people relax with nature.