Gastronomical and wildlife adventure at Asia’s first and only river-themed wildlife park.

Cantonese Roast Pork
Cantonese Roast Pork

Singapore, 10 July 2013 – In celebration of the Singapore Food Festival this July, visitors can look forward to exploring Asia’s first and only river-themed wildlife park and indulging in a mouthwatering seven-course feast at a special price of S$68+.

The experiential dining journey begins with lunch at River Safari Tea House, the park’s Chinese restaurant that features cuisine from the main dialect groups in Singapore. Set in a quaint teahouse setting, visitors can savour six tantalizing Asian delights including Teochew Bak Kut Teh, Hakka Yong Tau Foo and Cantonese Roasts.

After lunch, visitors can embark on a wild adventure in the park and meet over 5,000 animal specimens representing 300 species, including endangered giants such as the giant river otter, Mekong giant catfish and giant pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia.

A sweet finale of delectable desserts await at the Mama Panda Kitchen. The dessert platter includes cempedak crème brulee, fresh tropical fruits and the ever-popular panda paus for a pandastic ending in the park.

Claypot "Three Cups" Chicken
Claypot “Three Cups” Chicken

Singapore Delicacies @ River Safari

13 July 2013 (Sat), 14 July 2013 (Sun), 20 July 2013 (Sat), 21 July 2013 (Sun)

Adult: $68+
Child (3 to 12 years old): $48+
Above prices include admission to River Safari. For reservations, please call 6360 8560 or email event.sales@wrs.com.sg

11.30am to 12.00pm: Registration and collection of admission tickets at River Safari Tea House (Located near River Safari Entrance Plaza)
12.00pm to 1.30pm: Lunch at River Safari Tea House
1.30pm to 3.00pm: Free and easy tour at River Safari
3.00pm to 4.30pm: Dessert platter at Mama Panda Kitchen (Located near Giant Panda Forest)

Panda Pau
Panda Pau


The Singapore Food Festival 2013 Sampler
Cantonese Roast Combination: Honey Char Siew, Roasted Pork & Soya Sauce Chicken
Teochew Bak Kut Teh
Claypot “Three Cups” Chicken
Hokkien Five Spice Prawn & Pork Roll
Hakka Yong Tou Foo
Hainanese Claypot Vegetables
Chef’s Special Seafood Fried Rice
Jasmine Tea
Free Flow Soft Drinks or 1 Glass of Tiger Beer

Mama Panda Kitchen Dessert Platter

Panda Pau
Cempedak Crème Brulee
Fresh Tropical Fruits Platter
Coffee / Tea


Treat mum to a sumptuous spread of local delights this Mother’s Day

Singapore, 25 April 2012 – Through rain or shine, she’s always been there to see you through your toughest times. This Mother’s Day, show Mum how much you appreciate her, by taking her to Night Safari for a delectable dinner at our very own Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant.

Indulge in local dishes such as Chilli Crab with fried mantou while soaking in the old world charm of Ulu Ulu, as you reminisce the bygone era of the kampong days. Other local favourites include deep-fried prawns with crispy oats, as well as sambal squid, which will surely please everyone in the family.

After dinner, take the family on a tour of discovery around Night Safari where you can get up close and personal with our majestic animals. Then, end off the night on an unforgettable note by watching the Creatures of the Night show, where the family can continue to be enthralled by our talented nocturnal animals.

Items on the menu include crowd favourites like our Chilli Crab with fried mantou

A Mother’s Love Set Dinner
Date: 13 May 2012 (Sunday)
Venue: Night Safari – Ulu Court
Time: 7pm
Pricing: $550+ per table (10 persons)
Rates subject to prevailing Government Taxes and exclude admissions to Night Safari Singapore (Admission tickets can be purchased directly from the counters).
Advanced dining reservations of 3 working days is required; subject to availability. Not valid with other credit card or in-park promotions.

For reservations, please call 6360 8560 during office hours or email event.sales@wrs.com.sg.

Night Safari’s Hot & Cold Platter
Sweet Corn Soup with Crabmeat
Chilli Crab with Fried Mantou (Signature Dish)
Deep-Fried Prawn with Crispy Oats
Sambal Squid
Baby Kai-Lan with Oyster Sauce
Seafood Fried Rice
Tropical Fruits Platter
Free Flow of Chinese Tea