On 1st of July, Singapore Zoo celebrates her 45th anniversary this year with a slew of fun-filled activities will take guests on a journey to fall in love with the Zoo again. Start by discovering 45 things you never knew you could do, and enjoy some family bonding over the popular Zoolympix, a movie in the wild, or an overnight camp complete with a roaring campfire!
Presenting the first time in Southeast Asia, Rainforest Lumina will debuts in July, fans of Singapore Zoo can already begin celebrating the Zoo’s 45th anniversary by end May. A multimedia night walk on the wild side which brings guests into a lush and luminous universe. In conjunction with SZ’s 45 the anniversary, for every adult ticket purchased, the next adult or child ticket comes with a 45 percent discount.
Southeast Asia’s first multimedia night walk experience
Rainforest Lumina will invite guests to explore a one kilometer stretch of Singapore Zoo’s tropical rainforest at night and be treated to a mesmerizing visual experience created by multimedia entertainment studio Moment Factory.
The unique multimedia experience of Rainforest Lumina is in perfect complement to this rich natural backdrop, offering visitors the opportunity to be inspired by the wonders of nature as they discover the rainforest by night, when the animals are asleep.
Look out for a quirky group of unlikely heroes, known as the Creature Crew who invites you to join their whimsical
adventure as you peek through the vines and meander along the paths of their enchanted world.
Forty-five things to mark 45 wild years at Singapore Zoo
While waiting for the excitement of Rainforest Lumina to unfold, spend some time falling in love with Singapore Zoo again this June holiday season. Discover 45 things that will help put Singapore Zoo in a new light, from an angle not many will be familiar with. Look for the bronze statue of the original Ah Meng (and the D24 durian tree nearby, a tribute to the late orangutan’s love for the fruit), find out the best time to catch sight of the handsome family of free-ranging Javan langurs, and get hints on where to look for wild colugos within the Zoo! Other fun-filled activities include the ever-popular Zoolympix, animal-themed movies in the wild, picnics in the park, and even snooze under the stars during the much sought-after Sleep with the Beasts programme.
All images credited to Wildlife Reserves Singapore.