Night Safari is part of Wildlife Reserves Singapore, an International Subscriber of the Zoo and Aquarium Association.
SINGAPORE, 17 November 2017 – Twilight Encounters, Singapore’s wildest glow-in-the-dark event returns to Night Safari with vibrant geometric animal light sculptures beckoning visitors to explore the park’s walking trails, from 17 November to 31 December.
From a majestic glowing elephant and lion at the entrance to a Malayan tapir, pangolin, sloth bear and more animal surprises nestled along the walking trails, guests are in for a spectrum of Insta-worthy opportunities as they enjoy an illuminating evening at the world’s first nocturnal wildlife park.
The four walking trails in Night Safari—Fishing Cat Trail, Leopard Trail, East Lodge Trail and Wallaby Trail—offer the closest experience to a night walk in the forest for city-dwellers, with great views of nocturnal animals within natural surroundings.
Aside from the novel animal installations, guests can look forward to discovering mystical Milky Way patterns and shimmering letters embedded along the trails, which will unlock a chance at winning an exclusive elephant encounter. Guests visiting on Fridays and Saturdays over the event period can enjoy photo opportunities with our animals, as well as high octane neon dance performances, animal enrichment sessions and more lustrous activities at Zebra Café to complete the shimmering extravaganza.
ABOUT NIGHT SAFARI
Night Safari, the world’s first nocturnal wildlife park, is a 12-time winner of the Best Attraction category awarded by Singapore Tourism Board. In 2014, the park also received an Exceptional Achievement Award in the Special Recognition category for winning the Best Visitor Attraction Experience award consecutively for three years.
This internationally acclaimed attraction embodies innovation and creativity in products and services, and service quality, thus attracting more than 1.1 million visitors annually. More than 1,000 animals from close to 120 species (of which almost 35% are threatened) inhabit the 35-hectare park.
In line with its mission to promote biodiversity, the park focuses on the captive breeding of threatened species. Over the years, it has bred Malayan tigers, Asian elephants, fishing cats, red dholes, anoas, markhors, bantengs, Malayan tapirs and Asian lions, among other endangered species. A visitor’s experience at Night Safari is not limited to animals but extends to experiential dining segments with the park’s award winning Gourmet Safari Experience, where visitors dine onboard a tram traversing the seven geographical zones. The park can be explored either on foot via four walking trails, or by tram. Night Safari is part of Wildlife Reserves Singapore and is a designated rescued wildlife centre by the governing authority.
Night Safari is located at 80 Mandai Lake Road Singapore 729826. More information can be found at www.nightsafari.com.sg