Considered to be among the world’s best zoos, the Singapore Zoo showcases more than 3,600 animals from 300 different species across 69 acres (28 hectares) and hosts an incredibly successful orangutan-breeding program. In addition to exploring the grounds, visitors can enjoy one of the park's most popular and unique programs: a breakfast adventure in the company of a family of orangutans.
The Singapore Zoo’s Ah Meng Restaurant welcomes visitors to feast on a buffet breakfast while enjoying photo ops with the lively primates and learning about the world’s first free-ranging orangutan zoo habitat. Breakfast options include a mix of Western and local dishes alongside fresh tropical fruits. Many guests follow this special breakfast with an open-air tram ride through the zoo to see some of its other animal residents.
Things to Know Before You Go
The add-on zoo breakfast requires an admission ticket to the zoo.
This activity is a must for animal lovers and families.
Most Singapore Zoo Breakfast tours include air-conditioned hotel transport.
For a more flexible breakfast experience, opt for a private zoo tour with a dedicated guide.
How to Get There
The Singapore Zoo can be reached via the MRT on the North-South line and connecting bus services. The Mandai Express and Singapore Attractions Express also drop off at the zoo. By taxi, the trip from downtown Singapore takes about 30 minutes.
When to Get There
The Singapore Zoo Jungle Breakfast takes place daily on the terrace of the Ah Meng Restaurant, from 9 to 10:30am. The orangutans generally make an appearance between 9:30 and 10am.
Other Special Experiences at the Singapore Zoo
The Singapore Zoo is famous for its animal encounters. In addition to this morning tour, visitors can go behind the scenes at the Fragile Forest, observe baboons at feeding time, or commune with nocturnal critters on a night safari through the neighboring wildlife park.