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Jurong Bird Park, River Safari and Singapore Zoo will reopen to public on 6 July 2020. Night Safari remains closed for now.

The safety and well-being of guests, staff and animals are the priority. The facilities have put in place the necessary Safety Management Measures to allow you and your family to have safe outings to these parks.

Please expect some changes to the parks and be guided by the measures, so everyone can enjoy a meaningful wildlife experience in a safe and healthy environment.

While not all activities will be immediately available, there is still much to enjoy in the wide open spaces of the parks with the animal family.

The parks are currently operating with limited capacity. Entry to parks will be time-based, so make sure to purchase your tickets online and select your entry time before you visit. Visits are limited to five guests per group.

Members (Individuals & Family Members) can book their visit date and time to the park through the membership portal

Admission tickets with timed entry can be purchased online

Please arrive no later than 45 minutes from your selected time. If the park’s capacity has been reached, you may be required to wait till there is availability.

Single Entry Point

There is only one point of entry, so follow the signs to the park entrance. Take your temperature and log your visit with SafeEntry.

Wear Your Mask

Keep your mask on at all times in the parks. Reusable masks are also available for purchase at the parks retail shops.

Arrive on Time

Arrive no later than 45 minutes from your selected entry time. This will help to keep waiting time to a minimum.

Present Your E-Ticket

Present your e-ticket or membership card at the park entrance.

Follow Safe Distancing Measures

Maintain a safe distance between each other, especially in high traffic areas and queues. Remember, entry is only for up to 5 guests per group.

Suspension of Activities

Some experiences, programmes and animal exhibits may be temporarily closed to keep everyone safe. Check out what you can plan to see and do.

Keep Clean

Hand sanitisers are available all around the parks, andall parks are stepping up frequency of cleaning and disinfection.

Use Maps and Visit Guide

To minimise contact and reduce waste, download your digital guide for Jurong Bird ParkRiver Safari and Singapore Zoo.

For more information VISIT HERE

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Raising Little Travellers
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28 July 2020
These are really great wildlife parks in Singapore and definitely worth a visit if travelling with kids!
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7 July 2020
The safety and well-being of guests, staff and animals are the priority. The facilities have put in place the necessary Safety Management Measures to allow you and your family to have safe outings to these parks.
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Choice Updates
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28 comments
3 July 2020
Visit the Amazon Flooded Forest. When the forests along the Amazon’s banks become submerged in over 10 metres of water, manatees, arapaimas and other riverine creatures take the cue to gorge themselves on the forest’s abundant resources and build fat reserves. These reserves will tide them over the dry season, when food is scarce. On display for the first time in Asia, the giant river otters are social animals that form close-knit family groups. Come cheek-to-cheek with Chico and Carla or their younger siblings through the viewing tunnel, or take a peek at them at the sandbank on the upper level when they’re having their afternoon siesta. River otters have nine different calls. Keep an ear out for their animated conversations. Read More about all the water animals here: https://www.wrs.com.sg/en/river-safari/animals-and-zones/amazon-flooded-forest.html
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