Singapore, 30 Jul 2012 – Wildlife Reserves Singapore’s parks will be celebrating the nation’s birthday with a month-long promotion in August. Singaporeans and Permanent Residents born in the same month as Singapore will be offered free admission at Jurong Bird Park and Singapore Zoo. To redeem, simply flash your identification card at the respective ticketing counters.

Details at a glance:
Date: 1 – 31 August 2012
Time: 8:30am – 6:00pm
Venue: Singapore Zoo and Jurong Bird Park

Terms and conditions:
• Valid from 1 – 31 Aug 2012
• Valid for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents only
• Proof of identity required
• Not valid with other offers and online purchase. Redemption valid at point of purchase only
• Promotion is only valid at Jurong Bird Park and Singapore Zoo
• Offer is not exchangeable for cash
• Does not include tram ride at Jurong Bird Park and Singapore Zoo

National Day is the perfect time to spend with loved ones, so why not make it a family affair with our array of activities for every age?

Jurong Bird Park Highlights
Take the kids to the Birdz of Play area at Jurong Bird Park, where they can flap their imaginary wings at Singapore’s only bird-themed playground. Cool off in the tropical heat at the wet play area, which even comes with a giant tipping bucket that will get them wet and wild!

Fancy an educational but equally fun activity? Take them to the newly opened Breeding & Research Centre, where you’ll find out all about the breeding and nursing processes that take place at the Bird Park.

Explore the various delights that the Bird Park has to offer, from the majestic African Waterfall Aviary with over 1,000 free-flying native African birds to the Lory Loft, where birds will quite literally eat out of your hands! Also not to be missed is the Kings of the Skies show, which will take you back in time to appreciate the ancient medieval art of falconry.

Have these colourful winged wonders quite literally eating out of your hands at the Bird Park’s Lory loft.
The newly opened Birdz of Play offers hours of splashing-good fun!

Singapore Zoo Highlights
Make getting up early a joyous affair with Singapore Zoo’s Jungle Breakfast with Wildlife. This programme allows visitors to come up close and personal to animals such as elephants and orang utans, or even pet a snake – all this while enjoying a sumptuous buffet breakfast with an international spread. After filling yourselves up, embark on a journey into the world’s best rainforest zoo, with open-concept exhibits that allow you to come even closer to nature.

Dine alongside animals like the orang utan at Singapore Zoo’s Jungle Breakfast with Wildlife programme.

Watch our orang utans having fun at their free-ranging exhibit – the largest of its kind in the world. Equipped with vines and branches to allow them to swing around freely, the exhibit also has platforms and hammocks, which stimulate these highly intelligent apes mentally. Step into the Fragile Forest, where you’ll be greeted by creatures such as ring-tailed lemurs, flying foxes, mousedeer and sloths, all at arms-length!

Watch our free-ranging orang utans live and play at their exhibit.
Come up close to our Madagascar natives, the ring-tailed lemurs at the Fragile Forest.



27 April 2012 – To mark its 18th anniversary on May 26, the world’s first Night Safari will be rolling out various exciting promotions for visitors to visit the wildlife park. From 1 to 31 May, visitors can enjoy discounts on admission, dining and retail experiences as they get close to over 2,500 animals.

Free Admission and Discounts for 18-year-olds

As part of its 18th year celebrations, the park will be extending a month-long free admission for visitors born in May 1994*. This applies to Singaporeans, Permanent Residents, and those holding employment passes and study permits. To qualify for free admission, visitors will need to present original identification cards at Night Safari’s ticketing booths.

In addition to free admission, those born in May 1994 can also bring their families and loved ones and purchase up to 5 admission tickets at 20% discount.

Admission into Night Safari includes a 40-minute tram ride – one of the park’s highlights – that will bring visitors through seven geographic regions from the Himalayan foothills to the jungles of Southeast Asia. Those keen for more adventure can explore the four interlinked walking trails for closer encounters with threatened and endangered species such as the pangolin, clouded leopard and slow loris. Visitors can also catch the Creatures of the Night Show which showcases the predatory and survival instincts of otters, binturongs and hyenas.

*Terms & Conditions:
1. Valid for Singaporeans, Permanent Residents, employment pass and study permit holders born in May 1994.
2. Produce original identification cards at Night Safari’s ticketing booths to enjoy offer.
3. Valid for park visit from 1 – 31 May 2012.
4. Each identification card entitles one free admission and 20% discount for a maximum of 5 admission tickets.
5. Free admission and 20% discounts are not valid with any other credit card or in-park promotions.

$18 Food Galore

A visitor’s experience at Night Safari is not limited to animals but extends to experiential dining at Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant, where they can soak in the rustic charm of the old kampong days, and indulge in the restaurant’s signature dish – Chili Crab – served in claypot for $18**.

Those looking for a quick bite before their safari adventure can also savour a variety of local tidbits for $1.80 at the snack kiosk located at Ben & Jerry’s scoop shop.

$18 Mini Chilli Crab Special served in Claypot

**Terms & Conditions:
1. Valid from 1 – 31 May 2012.
2. Valid only for dine-in only at Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant.
3. Not valid with other credit card or in-park promotions.
4. Admission tickets are not required for entry to Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant.

$18 Retail Surprises

For a perfect ending to the night, visitors can bring home a piece of the Night Safari experience with limited edition gifts that include t-shirts, mugs, caps and eco-friendly bags. These are available at $18.00 each *** at the park’s latest retail store at the new entrance that features a treasure trove of mementos to complete the Night Safari adventure.

$18 Retail Surprises

***Terms & Conditions:
1. Each item is available at $18.00, except for eco-friendly bags, where 2 bags are priced at $18.00.
2. Valid from 1 – 31 May 2012.
3. Not valid with other credit card or in-park promotions.
4. Admission tickets are not required for entry to retail store.


Singapore, 30 July 2011Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) is throwing open its doors and giving everyone great reasons to visit its parks this month. In conjunction with Singapore’s 46th birthday, its award winning parks, Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari and the Singapore Zoo, are offering a slew of special discounts.

Free Admission
August babies who are Singaporean and Permanent Residents are in for a special treat as they will enjoy complimentary visits across all three parks for the whole month of August. They can visit the parks as many times as they would like, as National Day calls for a massive celebration. Visitors simply need to present a photo identification card as proof of their birthday at the ticketing booth to redeem their free pass.

Recharge with $4.60 and $46 specials
Guests can also rest and recharge at WRS’ food and beverage outlets, which will be offering discounts such as Hawk Café’s chicken rice at Jurong Bird Park at $4.60, Pizzafari’s pizza at Singapore Zoo for $4.60, and Ulu Ulu Restaurant’s chili crab at $46. These promotions are valid for the whole month of August at Jurong Bird Park’s Hawk Cafe, Night Safari’s Ulu Ulu Restaurant and Singapore Zoo’s Pizzafari.

Shop for $4.60 mementos
After a day of fun at the parks, it’s time to bring home a memento from the parks’ retail shops. Shopaholics can bring home a bird plush keyring at $4.60 from Jurong Bird Park or an animal tail at $4.60 at Night Safari and Singapore Zoo. In the spirit of National Day, visitors can display their patriotism by donning a Singapore flag temporary tattoo for just $0.46. These tattoos are available for sale at all retail stores across three parks.

Free admission terms and conditions:

  • Valid till 31 Aug 2011
  • Valid for Singaporeans, PRs, & Employment Pass holders
  • Proof of identity is required
  • Not valid with other offers and online purchase
  • Does not include panorail/tram ride at Jurong Bird Park and Singapore Zoo.


Singapore, March 15, 2010 – As part of its ongoing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme, Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) collaborated with the National Council of Social Service (NCSS) to extend free admission to its parks for persons with special needs and seniors with dementia who are holding the NCSS Developmental Disability Registry (DDR) Identity Card.

All 2,000 DDR ID cardholders from 88 programmes run by Voluntary Welfare Organisations (VWOs) will be able to visit WRS’ three parks – Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari and Singapore Zoo. Up to two accompanying caregivers will also enjoy 20% discount off admission.

WRS is the first organisation to collaborate with NCSS to extend free admission to its parks throughout the year for persons with special needs and seniors with dementia issued with the DDR ID cards. WRS operates under the principle that its parks are accessible to everyone living in Singapore. As such, prior to this scheme, WRS accorded free admission to its parks for VWOs catering to people with special needs.

“WRS is pleased that the collaboration with NCSS has come to pass. We have strived to be an all inclusive organisation to cater to the different sectors of the local community by putting in place necessary infrastructure for residents with disabilities. In 2006, Singapore Zoo introduced Braille interpretives to 10 of its most popular exhibits; Night Safari has in place audio interpretives, and all our three parks are wheelchair accessible,” said Ms Fanny Lai, Group CEO, Wildlife Reserves Singapore.

Enhancing the Lives of Persons with Special Needs
“NCSS proactively works with VWOs, the community and corporate partners to identify the needs of persons with special needs to help them integrate into society and live independently. We are pleased that WRS shares this common goal and has been a supportive partner in bringing about this incentive to a special group of people in our community. We hope more organisations will join us in enhancing the lives of persons with special needs,” said Ms Fatima Mustafa, Deputy Director, Service Development Division, NCSS.

NCSS urges persons with special needs and seniors with dementia to register for a DDR ID card through their VWOs and agencies to receive appropriate intervention when the need arises and to enjoy the cost savings offered by partners of the benefit schemes.

The DDR ID card serves as a form of identification and captures useful information like the contact details of the VWOs and next-of-kin. In July last year, NCSS launched the DDR ID card benefit scheme to provide cardholders access to services and facilities at affordable rates. Please refer to Annex A for more information.

Launch of Initiative
To mark the launch of the programme, WRS will be hosting 10 DDR ID cardholders and their accompanying minders to the Night Safari for dinner at Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant and a tour of the park this evening.

Barakathali Bin Shajahan enjoys a furry moment with Mei Mei the Asian small-clawed otter before tucking into a sumptuous dinner at Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant.
Kamisah Bte Ramlan pleasantly surprised at how soft and velvety Mei Mei the Asian small-clawed otter feels.
Mdm Heng Kwee Huang coaxes her son Lim Ching Siang to have a feel of the green iguana during the animal appearance session.
Adam Chan sneaks a peek at the camera while posing with the green iguana. Looking on are his mother and grandmother.
A brave Mdm Elizabeth Koh also enjoyed interacting with the reptile. Her caregiver Mr Victor Sim said having DDR ID card allowed him to take his wife out to more places more often, which has resulted in a happier and more radiant Mdm Koh!
WRS Group CEO Ms Fanny Lai welcomes the DDR ID cardholders to Night Safari and hopes that more caregivers will take the opportunity to visit the three parks with their loved ones with special needs.