Covering over 5,000 square meters, the newest nocturnal playground has opened at Night Safari at the Singapore Zoo! Aside from the opportunity for an intimate meet-and-greet with cute little wallabies, guests at The Wallaby Trail get a chance to walk through free range environs filled with pythons, glow-in-the-dark scorpions, venomous centipedes, flying bats, beauty snakes and other creepy crawlers. Oh my!
Give the fam at least twenty minutes to take in the bushwalk trail, home to denizens such as the tawny frogmouth and the white-lipped python who hail from Australia, New Zealand and Guinea. There are thirteen indoor/outdoor animal exhibits, including the Ranger Station where kiddos will learn even more about The Wallaby Trail’s inhabitants.
The pearl of The Wallaby Trail is a reconstruction of Naracoorte Cave, based on the original in Australia, filled with simulated limestone stalactites and stalagmites and other cave dwellers.
So what do you have planned for tonight?
Get up close and personal with marsupials in the Bush!
Night owls, Tasmanian trawlers, nocturnal Nanas and kids who get to stay out after bedtime!
Begin your trail walking adventure with dinner at Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant, just inside the Night Safari entrance. Choose from the buffet options to a la carte hawker-style options – all very good, and surprisingly decent bottles of wine on offer to help take the sting out of creepy-crawly adventures for parents!
The Wallaby Trail
Night Safari at Singapore Zoo, 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
+65 6269 3411