Visitors can enjoy illuminating dreamscapes now until 12 December

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IMAGE 1: Night Safari is transformed into the enchanting world of Mystica this December, with sparkling lights set to illuminate the nocturnal landscape. Twilight guardians dazzle with spellbinding performances thrice nightly. PHOTO CREDIT: WILDLIFE RESERVES SINGAPORE

Singapore, 1 December 2015 – Guests drew gasps of awe as twilight guardians expertly twirled magical lights for the annual Night Safari Mystica spectacle. This year’s instalment of Mystica promises a glittering world of enchanting lights and dazzling colours. Twilight guardians harness light rays to give a spellbinding performance thrice daily, while crowd favourites the Thumbuakar warriors put up a glow-in-the-dark rendition of their ceremonial moves and fire-eating displays. The park’s animal residents also jump in on the action, with sparkly enrichment activities to excite their nights.


Dates:     4, 5, 11, 12 Dec (Fri and Sat)
Venue:    Night Safari
80 Mandai Lake Road
Singapore 729826
Fee:        Festivities at the entrance are free but usual admission of $42 (adult) and $28 (child 3-12 years) applies for those entering the park
Note:      Purchase tickets online to check available timeslots and skip the queue, and enjoy up to 15% discount on admission

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IMAGE 2: Enchanting lights await guests to Night Safari’s Mystica event this year, where they can watch spellbinding performances by twilight guardians as they harness magical light rays. Other highlights include the Thumbuakar warriors’ glow-in-the-dark rendition of ceremonial displays and fire-eating prowess. PHOTO CREDIT: WILDLIFE RESERVES SINGAPORE
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IMAGE 3: Thumbuakar warriors rope in an enthusiastic visitor during their special glow-in-the-dark performance at Night Safari’s Mystica. Guests can also look forward to other spellbinding performances by Mystica’s twilight guardians, and special sparkly enrinchment sessions for the animals. PHOTO CREDIT: WILDLIFE RESERVES SINGAPORE





– Kids live out dreams to be a reporter this December with multitude of holiday activities.
– Jurong Bird Park offers free admission for kids accompanied by a paying adult.

Enter the Penguin Playland this December holidays.
Enter the Penguin Playland this December holidays.

Singapore, 7 Nov 2013Jurong Bird Park’s Birdz of Play has been transformed into Penguin Playland, and all children are invited to join in the Penguin Party there!

What’s more, little ones can experience what it is like to be a Junior Wildlife Reporter and hone their observation and writing skills. They will receive their very own media pass and the ‘Penguin Times’ newsletter activity sheet as they go about exploring the Park.

The keepers will rope in the help of visiting children to feed the penguins, and a 30-minute Penguin-razzi Meet-and-Greet will be held so children will learn more about these graceful birds. What’s more, this holidays, the exclusive promotion ‘Kids Come In Free’, will entitle all kids to free admission* when accompanied by a paying adult. This offer will be available throughout the school holidays, and complements the host of egg-citing activities lined up for young ones.

Activity details
1. Be a Junior Wildlife Reporter
Kids will love being a Junior Wildlife Reporter for the day. Armed with multiple tools such as a newsletter which contains various activities for kids to complete and even a media pass, young ones are sure to enjoy their journey as they document their observations.

Dates: 7-29 Dec, weekends only
Time: 8.30am – 6.00pm

2. Party with the penguins
Penguin Playland will be throwing a massive party and all are invited! Be prepared to get wet at this party as Senior Reporter Buddy has received first hand news about it and is getting an exclusive interview with penguin mascots Pengu and Pengy, before the party. Buddy will be teaching all budding reporters how they can be a great reporter. The party will be rollicking good fun, with costumes like a magician’s cloak, clown wig, giant glasses and an oversized musician’s tailcoat. After the party, kids can also participate in several exciting fringe activities lined up, like penguin face painting / hand painting by the winter fairy, learn more about penguins at an awareness booth, or even have a spot of fun with sand art. At Penguin Playland, budding reporters can even design their own notebook cover. No additional fee is required for any of these activities.

Fun with bubbles and more at the Penguin Playland!
Fun with bubbles and more at the Penguin Playland!

Dates: 7-29 Dec, weekends only
Time: 12pm to 4pm, with the Party happening at 1.30pm
Venue: Birdz of Play

3. Penguin-razzi Meet-and-Greet
Junior Wildlife Reporters need some expert knowledge in the subject matter, and the Penguin-razzi Meet-and-Greet will provide novice reporters with the information they need. Participants between the ages of 5-12 will be given a crash course by our friendly trainers on all things penguin in 15minutes. A special 15 minute treat is in store for all participants after that – Kids will get up close to Chocolate the celebrity African penguin!
Each session is limited to a maximum of 30 kids, and on-site registration closes 5 minutes before each session.

Be part of the Penguin-razzi.
Be part of the Penguin-razzi.

Dates: 7-29 Dec, (weekends only)
Time: 11.45am and 2.30pm
Venue: Penguin Coast

4. Upclose Encounter
Junior Wildlife Reporters will be a chance to go behind the scenes and experience what it is like to feed the penguins, in this exclusive activity. One lucky child stands a chance to stand toe to toe with our beloved penguins while feeding them their favorite food!

Feed the penguins.
Feed the penguins.

Dates: 7-29 Dec, weekends only
Time: 10.30am and 3.30pm
Venue: Penguin Coast

* ‘Kids Come In Free’ terms and conditions:

  • Offer includes one (1) complimentary single day child admission ticket with one (1) full-priced single day adult admission ticket to Jurong Bird Park.
  • Valid from 16 November 2013 to 31 December 2013.
  • Valid for all Singaporeans, PR & employment pass/study permit holders.
  • Flash coupon, found on from 8 November and proof of identity to enjoy offer. Excludes tram rides.
  • Child defined as 3 to 12 years old.
  • Not valid with other discounts, promotions or rebates.
  • Not valid for tour groups, travel agents, school groups, online and SISTIC bookings.
  • Promotion is only valid for tickets bought over the Jurong Bird Park ticketing counters.
  • Offer applies to admission on day of ticket purchase.
  • Admission ticket purchased is not refundable or exchangeable for cash or kind.
  • No claims will be entertained for any lost, torn, defaced or expired ticket.
  • Jurong Bird Park reserves the right to amend the terms & conditions without any prior notice.


Vicky, a great pied hornbill, flies to a Show Presenter in the High Flyers Show

Singapore, 31 October 2012 – Shows have been synonymous with Jurong Bird Park for 30 years. This December holidays, the Birds n Buddies Show will make way for the conservation-driven High Flyers Show. In line with the new show, guests visiting the Bird Park this December will experience
glitz and glamour the moment they arrive at the Park.

From the Palm Plaza to the ticketing entrance, guests will enter a world where colour lives, resplendent with colourful macaws and golden hoops centered around showbiz. Next stop – the Penguin Coast walkway, which transforms into a Walk of Fame! One photo wall will be lined with photographs of Shows dating back 30 years, and the other will showcase bird stars from the High Flyers Show. To satisfy the need for posing with flair, a giant photography backdrop with props awaits at Penguin Coast for guests to feel like stars. During weekends at 1.45pm, head back to Penguin Coast where all-time bird stars will make a special guest appearance at the Walk of Fame. Guests will hear more about their stories of stardom from the presenter, and have a chance to take a photograph with the bird stars.

More photography opportunities abound – A flock of young flamingos are eager to have their minutes of fame! Happening daily after the High Flyers Show, for 15 minutes at 11.45am and 3.45pm, guests can mingle with them and have an exclusive photograph taken with them after the new High Flyers Show at the Pools Amphitheatre.

An exclusive segment with a great photographic opportunity has been added to the weekend Penguin Feeding sessions. As guests learn more about these tuxedoed creatures, one lucky child who can answer a simple question will be invited to try his / her hand at feeding the African penguins in this up-close opportunity.

After seeing and taking pictures with so many feathered stars, it is also time to ponder – what makes a star? Held over the December weekends at 10.30am and 11.45am at the Breeding & Research Centre (BRC), A Star is Born is a programme for children between the ages of 6-12. Here, they will find out why birds are talented and gifted with abilities to sing, dance and draw from our avian experts!

After a day out at Bird Park, hang out at Terrace Kiosk right next to the Pool’s Amphitheatre for some yummy treats! Available all day throughout December, these cool treats and snacks are available at special combo prices starting from $7.90 for a hot dog set with fries and a drink. While at the Bird Park, do grab some specially priced retail merchandise at Wings, Feathers and Lory Loft while stocks last, like the motif mug at $22.90 which comes with a choice of either a free flamingo or penguin plush worth $15.90.

December will be a star-studded one out west at Jurong Bird Park, so make tracks here soon! There is no extra charge for the activities, but normal admission rates of $18 (adult) and $12 (child) apply.

An Avian Keeper feeds the African penguins during the Penguin Feeding session.

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