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