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Upon arrival in Singapore, you will be transferred to hotel. Day at leisure for personal activities.
Visit the National Museum of Singapore, the Mount Faber and the Fort Canning Park.
Visit the Jurong Bird Park which is Asias largest bird sanctuary, the Singapore Science Centre and Singapore Zoological Gardens.
In the morning, visit the famous Chinatown and enjoy the Chinese food. After lunch, you may spend the whole afternoon on the Sentosa Island.
The Little India and Arab District are right next to each other and are best viewed in the morning. These two neighborhoods are good for shopping and sight seeing as well as a good lunch. After lunch, visit the Botanic Garden which is the reduction of the tropical island. In the evening, take a break at any of the fine establishment in Clark Quay, then take a river cruise to enjoy the sights of the entire river before alighting at Boat Quay.
Transfer to the airport and depart by your flight.
Catch the tram journey into the Night Safari. Hop on board the tram, a 45 min tram ride with commentary across a landscape that dramatically changes. At the Himalayan Foothills, look out for Himalayan Tahr, Bharal, and Vultures. Animals at the Nepalese River Valley include the Otter, Wolf, Greater Asian Rhino, Jackal and Sambar Deer. The Indian Subcontinent features the Striped Hyena, Gir Lion and the Sloth Bear, all in a setting that is bathed in shadowy half-light that allows the creatures to be largely oblivious to your presence.
Stop at the East Lodge and embark on the Leopard Trail. Look out for the Clouded Leopard, Binturong and the Malayan Civet. Not to be missed here is the mysterious lore of the Giant Flying Squirrels in a specially designed walk-through exhibit. Housed in a dome shaped net 10 metres high, watch in awe as our nine squirrels, the size of house cats, demonstrate their agility in gliding from the treetops. At the Bat Mangrove Walk, be enthralled by free-flying Malayan Bats as they hunt for food.
Continue the tram journey into the Night Safari. Hop back onto the tram and look out for the Giraffe, Serval, Spotted Hyena, Bongo and the Hippo as we travel through Equatorial Africa. This is followed by a journey through the Indo Malayan Region that is home to Hog Deer, Bearded Pig and Tiger. The Tapir, Red Dhole, Asian Elephant and Banteng comes next at the Asian Riverine Forest. The seventh region that we would explore is the South American Pampas where you would see the Maned Wolf, Capybara and Giant Anteater. Our final region on this tram ride is the Burmese Hillside, which features the Guar and Thamin. Proceed to the amphitheatre to grab a seat for the show.
Creatures of the Night Show Get ready for the nonstop action with a star cast that includes Puma , Barn Owls, Python, Raccoons and more . The show demonstrates the behavior and incredible abilities of our animals, from predatory to survival skills.
Embark on the Fishing Cat Trail where you might catch the cats in action as they eye their prey in the water and lunge forward in attack. Other inhabitants along this trail include the small but ferocious leopard cats, the playful and noisy small-clawed otters, a pair of Indian Gharials and the largest bat in the world - the Malayan flying fox. OR Continue the adventure on Forest Giant’s Trail.This trail is a botanical display of awesome forest giants, some of which have been around for more than a hundred years. Over a 100 other native plants are found and the forest at night is teeming with the nocturnal activities of toads, frogs, crickets and other insects. You may even be able to catch a glimpse of bats, flying lemurs,nightjars, owls, squirrels and tree shrews. Stop by Night Safari’s very own retail outlets for a souvenir to remember your magical journey. Be spoilt for choice with our irresistible offers at the amazing outlets- ‘Anteater Abode’ (wildlife-themed stationeries), ‘Village Craft’, ‘Glow-in-the-dark’, and ‘Jungle Jewels’ (handmade animal themed jewelries & animal clay figurines). Departure from Night Safari