Enjoy the flexibility of this private Singapore Zoo tour where you will experience a new concept in animal keeping with the Singapore Zoo's beautifully landscaped gardens and very few cages. This morning tour is your chance to enjoy an optional 'Wild Breakfast" with three of the friendly animals, including the famed Orangutan.
- Private English-speaking guided tour
- Seeing the orangutans in their naturalistic enclosure
- Optional Wild Breakfast at the Zoo
- Exploring Singapore Zoo's landscaped gardens by tram
- Comfortable air-conditioned private vehicle across the island to Mandai
Recent Photos of this Tour
Singapore Zoo has the world's most successful orangutan-breeding program, and the largest social colony of these highly intelligent primates. Don't miss the opportunity to photograph and interact with the orangutans as they swing and climb in their naturalistic enclosure.
Singapore Zoo is in the north of the island at Mandai, by the serene Seletar Reservoir, and is immensely proud of its orangutan-breeding program. By focusing on these magnificent creatures, whose plight symbolizes the disappearance of tropical rainforests around the world, the zoo hopes to nurture a respect and deep appreciation of nature in all who visit the zoo.
Witness the orangutan descend from a naturalistic backdrop filled with vines and branches, followed by a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for interaction and photography with these intelligent and iconic symbols of the disappearance of the tropical rainforests. With a commentary highlighting the plight of this magnificent creature, the Zoo hopes to inspire in its guests a respect and deep appreciation of nature.
After the optional breakfast enjoy a tram ride around what is also known as the Open Zoo - a totally new concept in animal keeping with its beautifully landscape gardens and very few cages!
Reviewed by Karen F, April 2013
Absolutely loved this experience and would highly recommend it to anyone. Our guide Margaret, had an excellent knowledge of the zoo and was able to give us a great insight into its running.
Reviewed by Jacqui C, April 2013
Great to have breakfast with the Orangutnas!!
Did not really need the private tour guide as we felt quiet rushed and weren't able to spent as long as we would have liked at certain areas.
On a positive, the guide did know all the times when feeding sessions were on so we were able to get to them on time.