This is the 2nd Night Safari my wife and I have undertaken, this time with her 84yo mother. There were no problems with the event, however you have to be on your toes at the Singapore Flyer where a change of coaches can occur. Quite a few people and even more buses can be confusing, but take note of your tour leader, and watch them closely and listen to their instructions. Our tour leader was pointing out places of interest en route, but as he was facing down the bus, his right and left hand references were not being converted to us who were facing him! Not a problem, but made the trip amusing. Previous trip (Sept '11) was done on a Saturday night with a 45 minute wait for safari buses in the Zoo. This time we chose a weeknight, thinking that the wait would be less. It was and moved quite well. I think that being such a popular event, it will be well patronised, but try to avoid weekend tours. My wife and her mother were able to wait near where the night safari bus leaves from, whilst I joined the normal queue. Just ask an attendant if you're in the same situation when you go. The buffet meal I had I previously I classed as one of the best I'd had and this time did not dissapoint either. A good range of Asian and Australian food, topped off with a selection of ice cream, too. There is water (free) available to accompany you meal, but I bought a Tiger beer, which unfortunately cost $S12, but hey what are holidays for. Some of the animals are difficult to see and some are right next to you! Do this tour, it will not disappoint!
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