Seldom does a city look so enticing at night like Singapore. One of the best tourist destinations in Asia, Singapore is known to be an all year round destination but what makes Singapore more alluring is its never-sleeping nightlife. A tiny hamlet packed with every tourist attraction you could wish for, Singapore is quite literally a carnival. From tall skyscrapers dawning the skyline to the blinding nightlights, Singapore has shades you can’t possibly discover all.

First of its kind, World’s first nocturnal night Zoo, the Night Safari Zoo is the experience you couldn’t possibly fathom to be possible anywhere. Yet to all our surprises, Singapore has managed to add another gem to its crown of one of the best tourist destinations in Asia. We all have been visiting the zoo in the morning, hoping to catch a glimpse of some of the most exotic animals but the Night Safari in Singapore takes the idea of Zoo excursion to a whole new level with its night excursion of nocturnal animals. These animals rarely roam in the daylight and the only way to witness their prowess is witnessing them in their comfort zone in their natural habitat. How often do you come across a lion feeding or pitch a tent in the zoo and experience the chaos of nightlife amidst wild animals? Well, Night Safari does offer you a plethora of options to choose from, ranging from having dinner in the wild, private tour of the Zoo and watching the animals feed on their dinner. Singapore’s wildlife tourism have tried to ensure that you witness these animals in a comfortable habitat imitating that of their natural habitats. One of the must-visit things to do in Singapore, Night Safari would be a unique experience that you will cherish throughout your lifetime.

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