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Singapore Zoo with Transfer and Optional Breakfast with Orangutans

  • Learn about animal habitats from a guide, an experience you won't get on your own 
  • Upgrade for a breakfast with orangutans, an encounter most visitors don’t have
  • See one of the world’s first free-ranging orangutan habitats
Singapore Zoo with Transfer and Optional Breakfast with Orangutans
From US$41.30
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The Singapore Zoo is home to several thousand animals, perhaps none more popular than a resident family of orangutans. This package combines a tram tour of the zoo with an option for breakfasting with orangutans, which are part of one of most successful breeding programs in the world. It’s an unusual combination that offers a little more intimate—but still safe and humane—interaction with animals who often make great company.
What to Expect
Get picked up from most major hotels in Singapore and Sentosa Island and head toward the zoo. If you’ve booked the optional breakfast, you'll be directed to Ah Meng Restaurant, where you’re treated to a buffet breakfast. Watch a resident orangutan family—part of the zoo’s successful breeding program—descend into the backdrop enclosure. Eat in their company, and take a photo in front of them if you’d like.

After breakfast, hop on board an open-air tram for a trip around the zoo’s habitats, which are designed to mimic natural environments from rain forests to Himalayan foothills. Spot large animals from a distance, and get closer to others.

Step out, stretch your legs, and explore on foot when the tram stops at designated points. Listen while your guide tells you about the resident animals’ lives and habitats.

Your tour returns to the original departure point in time for lunch. Sadly, without the company of orangutans.
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Reviewed 1 week ago
An amazing place to visit

If you planning trip to Singapore you need to visit Singapore Zoo for must. Singapore Zoo will give you a feeling of wildness and an open view of animals which is beautiful thought and had a nice time visiting Singapore Zoo.

Thank Sooraj1982
Reviewed 13 April 2018

Breakfast with the Orangutans … an awesome, but early day. We were picked up from a nearby point by a minibus and then on to a bigger coach, where we had a lovely drive to the Singapore Zoo. We headed straight to Ah Meng Restaurant,...More

7  Thank ShezH
Reviewed 10 April 2018
Underwhelming experince.

The trip started off ok with pickup service at our hotel. The bus to collect our group was late which meant we arrived later than expected at the zoo and then it took sometime for our guide to collect tickets. It was a mad rush...More

8  Thank David L
Issei N, 広報担当マネージャー at Tour East Singapore, responded to this reviewResponded 13 April 2018

Hi David, thank you for your review. We apologize the tour did not meet your satisfaction. Let us bring your review back into office for reviewing our tour service. Thank you again for your feedback and we hope to serve you again in future.

Reviewed 6 April 2018
Exactly the right place to be

best part of the day feeding the giraffes, they put their long tongues out onto your hand to take the carrots awsome

1  Thank ShirleyWatts
Reviewed 6 April 2018
Not as expected or advertised

Shared a large "dining area": with hundreds of others. The food was average only. The Orangutans came out in an enclosed area., To get "up close" you had to be prepared to line up for quite some time to get a very quick photo. (taken...More

Thank Retiree9
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22 April 2018|
Response from Combatfisher | Reviewed this property |
We didn't really walk around the zoo because we wanted to just take pictures with the Orangutans... Taipei Zoo has Pandas !!! :)
Aarthi M
16 April 2018|
Response from Sooraj1982 | Reviewed this property |
Zoo time is from 8:30 am to 6pm, but plan visit in way that you will reach there by 10:30 am or so, it will be less crowded and will get a chance to look around and enjoy the atmosphere at peace. try to avoid monday's... More
Aarthi M
16 April 2018|
Response from Retiree9 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure. Best you google the zoos web site and check opening times. We booked tours via Trip Advisor and Biator