Receiving over 1.7 million visitors annually, the Singapore Zoo is known to have one of the most beautiful settings in the world, where animals roam freely in open and natural habitats. Spanning 26 hectares, it is home to over 2,800 animals representing over 300 species.
The park also boasts the world’s first free-ranging orang utan habitat in a zoo, a showcase of the charismatic apes, which are also the Zoo’s flagship species, in natural surroundings.
Other not-to-be missed educational highlights include Elephants of Asia and Fragile Forest. The Australian Outback and the Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia offer an immersive experience for guests as they discover each fascinating geographical region. are other fascinating areas to be discovered where guests are immersed in habitats representing the respective geographical region.
The Singapore Zoo continues to contribute to global conservation efforts with its captive breeding programmes of endangered animals. In 2014, the Zoo bred over 100 animals, many of them endangered or threatened in the wild.