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Singapore Zoo with Transfer and Optional Breakfast with Orangutans
An excellent attraction.
, Feb 2020
Very well organised and comfortable transfer with an interesting talk from the guide on the way. Once at the zoo accompanied to restaurant and after breakfast shown to tram, then free to wander around on your own. Easy to get back to city at the end if you want to extend your time at the zoo as there is so much to see.
Zoo breakfast was a good experience however the organisation of ticketing was very slow and meant that we did not sit until around 9:20 to eat.
There is not enough time allowed to see all exhibits and return to the bus on time. There needs to be more buses scheduled. We had to take a public bus to MRT.
For a unique experience in Singapore, enjoy a Singapore Zoo breakfast with orangutans. If you choose the option, enjoy a jungle breakfast buffet in the company of a family of orangutans. These great apes are part of Singapore Zoo’s orangutan-breeding program, one of the most successful in the world. Snap pics with your new breakfast club and watch as they play around their habitat. Then take a tour of the zoo by tram to see the rest of the 3,600 animals. Not interested in breakfast? You can still purchase the zoo tour only.
Singapore Super Saver: Night Safari and River Safari
Two great experiences in one dat
, Feb 2020
Loved both of experiences and doing both the river and night safari made for a long day but totally worth it. Had extra time at the river safari so could do the extra boat trip around the lake. The animals looked well treated. The night safari was like nothing experienced before.
The program was OK to start, we like the River Safari, but less so with the Night Safari. Especially after the Night Safari tram ride, the tour guide asked everyone to stay for additional 1.5 hours or so to wait for other people who want to explore more (on our own without the tour guide service). While we were already very tired, we don’t see the reason to wait for many different groups of people to get collected together to come back on the same transportation. We finally decided to come back by taxi on our own expense.
Combine two of Singapore’s top attractions in one animal-filled day on this Super Saver. Spend the afternoon and evening at some of the most popular wildlife experiences in Asia—the River Safari and the Night Safari, affiliated with the Singapore Zoo. At River Safari, see more than 300 animal species from the world’s freshwater river environments, from Amazon manatees to Chinese giant pandas. Then head to Night Safari for a tram ride—with skip-the-line admission—past open habitats where nocturnal animals spend their waking hours. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
It was full of fun and excitement pls do visit each corner and experience the thrill.Universal Studios are a must do in Singapore.One needs a full day to enjoy to experience it.Pls be there before time it starts at 10:00 am and closes at 6:00 pm
Prebook your 1-day admission ticket to Universal Studios Singapore™ on Viator and save substantially on an adult ticket fee. With your admission ticket, gain access to seven movie-themed zones, and take advantage of the theme park’s rides, shows, and attractions all at your own pace without feeling rushed.
Singapore Night Safari with Priority Tram Boarding & Return Transfer
, Feb 2020
The night safari itself was enjoyable, but getting there wasn’t great. The bus had seen better days, the seats were not secure and very uncomfortable. The guide was quietly spoken and I don’t think the microphone was working very well as I could not understand what he was saying, which was very frustrating. He did make sure that we all understood he would leave at exactly 10pm however and would not wait even one minute for latecomers. Disappointed.
The guide we had was fantastic- helping with transportation, getting tickets, getting fast tram etc.
The issue we had was trying to find out when our pick was, since no one called us or sent email as promised.
Firstly drivers were punctual. 2ndly the priority tram boarding got us onto the tram in less than 10mins. Thirdly enjoy looking for/at the wild animals rather than trying to get a good pic as ‘flashes’ are not allowed. Finally temperatures are slightly lower in the evenings which makes the walk around quite pleasant. Must add we had a great guide, Shiva 👏
Don’t miss the Singapore Night Safari, one of Singapore’s top family attractions, located next to the Singapore Zoo. You’ll explore the jungle park on an open-air tram, catching sight of nocturnal animals in authentically created habitats. Then follow a guide on a walking trail to see leopards and other wildlife up-close. You can also watch one of the nightly shows, and you have the option to upgrade to include dinner at Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant.
Dinner buffet was decent with selections from many cultures, but limited withing the culture. I don't like the hotel pickup system because you end up going to a collection point and then put on a different bus. Same thing with the return to the hotel. Animal viewing was pretty good with very few animals not visible.
The Night Safari was a unique experience! This proved to be an opportunity to view the animals when they were at rest in the twilight of the evening. We got a chance to see the animals close up and you almost felt like you were intruding on their space. It was an exciting and pleasant evening.
Use your skip-the-line pass to the Night Safari tram for priority boarding, and spend your time exploring the nighttime rainforest rather than waiting in line. Just hop right aboard for a family-friendly journey into the world of nocturnal animals, including lions, tigers, and leopards in specially designed habitats. Disembark for a closer look along softly lit jungle trails, enjoy animal shows and cultural demonstrations, and feast on a dinner buffet. Round-trip transport from major hotels in Singapore is included.
Very nice place to visit. It was on top of 56 floor. I will suggest everyone to visit this place.
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Longer than the Eiffel Tower, and large enough to house four-and-a-half parked jumbo jets, the Sands SkyPark is an architectural marvel. It also offers visitors a chance to see some of the best 360-degree views of Singapore’s skyline. With this admission ticket, you are able to explore the SkyPark’s observation deck, shop for souvenirs, and listen to an audio guide to learn about the history of different parts of Singapore while looking down at them. Plus, booking your ticket in advance means you avoid waiting in line.
Having been to Singapore many time with work colleagues this was one tour we wanted to “tick” off.
Pick up was in time and the guide provided some background on the Singapore Turf Club en route.
Arrived to be ushered into the owners longe with from row table for 7. Food and drink was good and very well priced. Many beers and food cost us A$350. Racing was fast and efficient with minimal time between races on an 8 race card.
Keep in mind, this isn't really a "tour". You're paying for a guide to pick you up, take you to the track and get you into the VIP section. Our guide did not remain with us during the races, which was fine. Since there was just the 2 of us on the tour the guide let us stay as long as we wanted (until the last race). Our guide was engaging and informative on our ride out to the track though, filling us in on Singapore culture and horse racing history of the area.
The area we sat in was very nice. You have your own TV for close-ups, and a great view of the track from an air conditioned lounge area. Our seats were quite nice and we had access to plenty of bet stations, often with no line.
Food & drink are not included, but we found buckets of beer to be a good deal compared to Singapore alcohol prices. We also ordered a light bite and found it to be above quality for what I'd expect from a track/stadium setting. We recieved very attentive service from our waitress.
If you are unfamiliar with horse racing, you might be a bit lost on this tour as the guide may not stick with you during the races to explain everything. But if you, or someone with you, knows the basics of betting, it's a lot of fun!
Singapore horse racing takes place at one location, the Singapore Turf Club. With this VIP admission, enjoy access to the Victory Lounge, where you can watch the racing in an exclusive setting with private betting kiosks, a full bar (drinks at your own expense), individual seating, and great views of the track. Round-trip hotel transport is included to make it easy for you to get to the club, located in northern Singapore.
The Gardens are amazing!
The tickets were a bit more tricky than I realised. First you have to wait for the second confirmation and then in the Marina Bay Sands hotel pick up the final tickets. To be fair it does explain that on the second confirmation, which I thought were the tickets, but I failed to read it, so had to go from the admission gate back to the hotel, which is not that far. Just be aware. Paying at the door is simple too, not sure how prices compare.
Although we were advised to meet at 6.15, we were then told the Tour would not start until 7.10. The Gardens by the Bay light Show would be unavailable to us due to the Christmas Festivities there. We were taken to an alternative free show on our stop at the Marina Bay Sands, but I think this should have been advised at the time of Booking. Also we weren't happy with the delay. We were told to wander & view the Gardens but we had already done that through the day. As it was a special Christmas Eve trip it was a bit disappointing.
Discover the horticultural wonders of the Gardens by the Bay, one of Singapore’s most popular attractions. Your admission ticket offers full access to the waterfront gardens of Bay South, Bay East, and Bay Central, including the Cloud Forest and Flower Dome, and you can spend as long as you like exploring.
Visit Universal Studios Singapore® like an A-list celebrity with this skip-the-line tour that includes an all-day ticket and hotel pickup by private vehicle. Accompanied by a guide, you’ll explore the movie-themed park with VIP perks that provide line-jumping entry to at least eight attractions, plus priority access to shows and rides before or after the guided portion of your tour. Light snacks, a voucher for lunch and a private photo op with select characters are also included.
If you like to cover a lot of ground when you travel, save up to 50% on Singapore’s most popular attractions with a 2-, 3-, or 5-day Unlimited Attractions Pass. The more you see, the more you save, with great discounts on Singapore highlights including Gardens by the Bay, the Night Safari, the S.E.A. Aquarium, and Universal Studios Singapore. Passes are valid for two, three, or five consecutive calendar days from first use.
3-Day Singapore City Pass with Singapore River Boat Tour
, Nov 2019
Would highly recommend buying a 3 day pass.
Saved $$$$ and time.
Hop on hop off covers all attractions.
It would really help to have signage of hop on bus service at stops , so you know where the stops are.
See more of Singapore for less of the cash with a cost-effective Singapore City Pass. Your package, which is valid for three days, includes a 2-day Hopper Pass, a Singapore river boat tour, a FunVee open-top night adventure, and free entry to your choice of two attractions from a list that includes the Night Safari and Gardens by the Bay. And you don’t even need to queue to pick it up.
Great Value for money, would recommend for a great day out as you can hop on and off at each station wander around the sights and get to see all the island which has some great places and views, from walking along the beach, the tree top walkway, the busy Merlion centre with all the attractions, universal studios etc.(extra fees of course, but all reachable via the cable cars).
Two cable car lines soar above Singapore on a “scenic highway,” offering visitors a quick way to travel across the city. This convenient pass grants one round-trip on both the Sentosa and Faber Peak lines. Journey on the Sentosa Line, which has stops near many attractions like the Megazip Adventure Park and Siloso Beach. Then, take great photos while crossing the harbor from Sentosa Station, through a skyscraper, to Faber Peak.
Add some excitement to your Singapore vacation with a full-day pass to Universal Studios. Get your heart pumping on theme park rides inspired by blockbuster hits including ’Jurassic Park’, ‘Transformers’, ‘Puss in Boots’, and ‘Battlestar Galactica’. Your ticket also grants you access to the magical Gardens on the Bay, which offer a tranquil escape from the bustling streets of Singapore.
Experience Sentosa Resort affordably and with ease, when you purchase a Token Fun Pass. With options for 55, 80, or 120 tokens, you have the flexibility to choose a Fun Pass that works for your personal interests and budget. Choose from the Tiger Sky Tower, Megabounce, S.E.A Aquarium, and more. Perfect for families or friend groups with varying interests, you only pay for the attractions that you visit.
LEGOLAND® Malaysia Admission with Transport from Singapore
Easy Boarding Crossing Transport to Fun!
, Feb 2020
Very organized and easy pick ups. They walked you through every step as you went in and out of Malaysian customs. Legoland is a bit kid-ish so I don't recommend going as a single adult in their 20s (like me).
Excellent trip, all turned out to be as promised, on time and with assistance to cross the border.
No one was left behind - head count was done at every step. The park was worth going to,
although it is a bit smaller than others we saw. Miniland is definitely a must see - unique showing
Fun day out! Customs is very time consuming though! Especially with traffic returning to Singapore. I don't have any children with me but I'm sure they would love it as much as I did! One day is fine to explore all worlds.
If you’re looking for a family-friendly day out from Singapore, how about LEGOLAND® Malaysia? This LEGOLAND® tour includes both admission and round-trip transport from Singapore, providing an easy and worry-free way for you to enjoy the theme park’s interactive exhibits, rides, shows and other creative attractions that bring out the kid in everyone.
Singapore Flexi Attractions Pass with Universal Studios Option
, Aug 2019
Such great value and an incredibly convenient alternative to tours. Our family traveling with us got tours but that meant they had to do their things and leave at certain times only to wait for more buses etc however we just went when we were ready, because you redeem for attraction tickets at their guest services counter the line was much much smaller so very little waiting time and could do things at our own pace. For universal studios I highly recommend budgeting for the express pass, they are $110sd each for a one ride (you can only use the express once for each ride) or $140sd each for unlimited rides. People were in lines of up to 120mins where we were walking all the way to the front every time, the longest we waited in the express line was maybe 15 mins but most was straight through. We spent 8 hours there and went on every single ride some a few times. My favs were the mummy ride and the transformers ride.
A Flexi Attractions Pass gets you discounted admission to Singapore’s top attractions, including Singapore River Safari and Gardens by the Bay. Simply purchase a pass good for either three or five attractions and choose from several options, or upgrade to a pass that also includes entry to premium attractions. Flexi passes are good for five full days after their first use, so you can see Singapore while saving money and on a schedule that works best for you.
Visit several of Singapore's most famous, must-see attractions the easy way with this package. Whether you're a first-time visitor to Singapore or a regular, you'll love strolling through nature in the middle of the city at the Gardens by the Bay. You'll have entry to two flower domes and the cloud forest. Then, enjoy incredible panoramic views from the 57th floor of Marina Bay Sands Skypark. Time your visit for sunset for an extra treat.
Have a close encounter with nocturnal animals from all over the world on this guided adventure around the world’s first nocturnal zoo. Pre-book your tram tour with this ticket deal and skip the lines – with this package, you get to discover the park’s collection of critters from Africa, Asia, Australia and more at the time you want. With door-to-door transfers from your Singapore hotel, you don’t even need to worry about parking or public transport.
Our taxi driver Eddy picked us up on time and drove us to the zoo in a comfortably and clean car. Eddy was a friendly bloke, gave us 1 or 2 bits of ideas for other things to do while in Singapore.
The zoo itself was pretty quiet on the night we went so there was no queue to skip. Once inside, we got on the tram ride around the enclosures which takes perhaps 20 mins or so. This gave us plenty of time to walk around and see a few of the other animals.
The zoo isn't particularly big meaning there aren't a huge number of different animals but it was worth a trip out without being spectacular.
Catch sight of animals like giraffes, rhinos, and more on a ride through Singapore’s Night Safari, which bills itself as the world’s first nocturnal safari experience. A guided tour handles the tickets and makes sure that you get in the right line for the tram, in addition to providing valuable insight into Singapore. Opt to include private hotel pickup and drop-off for a seamless experience.
Spanning over a massive area of 3,600 square feet, The Grande Whisky Collection is a sophisticated gallery of over 4,500 bottles of rare and unique whiskies from around the world. These exquisite varieties come from the oldest and most established distilleries in history, including some of which had been closed down.
The first part of the tour begins in a highly-secured vault (photography and videography is not allowed in there), and introduces its audience to insights, secrets and history of Scotland's whiskies.The final part of the tour is perhaps the most anticipated - a session of whisky tasting in the Grande Hall. Afterwards, visitors are also invited to browse the museum's exclusive gift shop, where one can purchase whisky glasses and bottles.
Tailored to be educational in nature, the tour promises an enjoyable, eye-opening experience that brings together whisky non-experts and aficionados alike to celebrate the one of the world's most well-loved beverages.
Soar through the skies on a trio of ziplines at Singapore’s Mega Adventure Park. Race friends on side-by-side lines or fly solo above a jungle setting that offers incredible views of the South China Sea. The attraction is located on Sentosa Island, and tickets include equipment as well as all the instruction you’ll need for a safe and awesome experience.
Book this ticket to avoid hassle for collecting a ticket from the counter and get direct entry at Gardens By The Bay (Cloud Forest & Flower Dome). OCBC skyway option also available to purchase but you have to Redeem at Level 1 Marina Bay Sands Hotel Lobby Tower 3.
CONSERVATORIES, OCBC SKYWAY & FLORAL FANTASY CLOSURE DATES (YEAR 2019 / 2020):
CLOUD FOREST（云雾林）: 9 DEC / 13 JAN / 10 FEB / 2 MAR / 6 APRIL / 18 MAY / 15 JUN / 13 JUL / 17 AUG / 21 SEP / 12 OCT / 9 NOV / 14 DEC
FLOWER DOME （花穹）: 14 JAN / 11 FEB / 3 MAR / 7 APRIL / 19 MAY / 16 JUN / 14 JUL / 18 AUG / 22 SEP / 13 OCT / 10 NOV / 15 DEC
OCBC SKYWAY （华桥银行空中走道）: 20 JAN / 17 FEB / 23 MAR / 20 APRIL / 4 MAY / 1 JUN / 20 JUL / 24 AUG / 28 SEP / 19 OCT / 16 NOV / 21 DEC
FLORAL FANTASY（奇幻花园）: 16 DEC / 6 JAN / 3 FEB / 9 MAR / 13 APRIL / 11 MAY / 8 JUN / 6 JUL / 3 AUG / 14 SEP / 5 OCT / 2 NOV / 7 DEC
Purchase a two-day Singapore City Pass for big savings on money and time. Includes one-time admission to top attractions, and free tickets to two more select museums, activities, or rides. Skip to the front of most lines, leaving more time for sightseeing. The pass will be emailed to you, so you even save time by not needing to collect it!
Nice daytime views from the 63rd floor. If you like observation decks then this one is very nice. It is open with good views of the downtown Singapore buildings. Soft drink included. Area is a bar at night. We really enjoyed our visit.
Few people know that it’s possible to access 1-Altitude Gallery & Bar by day. Soak up spectacular 360-degree views from one of the world’s tallest alfresco bars, standing an impressive 925 feet (282 meters) high on the 63rd floor of One Raffles Place. Naturally, no bar visit would be complete without a drink: choose between juice, soft drinks, or iced water.