Singapore Zoo

located at 80 Mandai Lake Rd, SingaporeSG729826. Hours: .
Here is our Venue Map , phone: +65 6269 3411.
Latitude: 1 deg 24 min 13.61 sec N, Longitude: 103 deg 47 min 38.9 sec E.

At the entrance to the Singapore Zoo
At the entrance to the Singapore Zoo.
Place where Cotton-top tamarin dwells
Place where Cotton-top tamarin dwells.
Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Fund: “Please donate here”
Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Fund: “Please donate here”.
Jeep is found not far from the entrance
Jeep is found not far from the entrance.
Saki monkey
Saki monkey.
Lemurs in the Treetops Trail zone
Lemurs in the Treetops Trail zone.
Brown lemur is on the wet branch under the rain
Brown lemur is on the wet branch under the rain.
Gazing brown lemur
Gazing brown lemur.
Treetops Trail offers you a view of canopy animals at eye level
Treetops Trail offers you a view of canopy animals at eye level.
Proboscis monkey's feeding time starts at 11.30 am
Proboscis monkey's feeding time starts at 11.30 am.
Pointer directs you to the animals
Pointer directs you to the animals.
Asian small-clawed otters
Asian small-clawed otters.
Asian small-clawed otters on the outdoor ground level
Asian small-clawed otters on the outdoor ground level.
On the way to the dwelling of Malayan tapir
On the way to the dwelling of Malayan tapir.
Like most rainforest animals, the tapir is threatened with habitat loss
Like most rainforest animals, the tapir is threatened with habitat loss.
Malayan tapir
Malayan tapir.
Malayan tapir likes to bath in the water
Malayan tapir likes to bath in the water.
Babirusa “pig-deer” are notable for the long upper canines in the males
Babirusa “pig-deer” are notable for the long upper canines in the males.
The upper canines of babirusa emerge vertically, curving backward over the front of the face and towards the forehead
The upper canines of babirusa emerge vertically, curving backward over the front of the face and towards the forehead.
White tiger
White tiger.
The white tiger exhibit puts the world of the tiger within a child's reach
The white tiger exhibit puts the world of the tiger within a child's reach.
Giant river terrapin
Giant river terrapin.
Painted terrapin
Painted terrapin.
Alligator gar “Atractosteus spatula” looks like a northern pike
Alligator gar “Atractosteus spatula” looks like a northern pike.
Bird with a curved down beak
Bird with a curved down beak.
Pygmy hippo
Pygmy hippo.
These fish have the ashy grey color
These fish have the ashy grey color.
Lizard with a blunt tail
Lizard with a blunt tail.
Larvae used as food for lizards
Larvae used as food for lizards.
Small lizard
Small lizard.
Grey kangaroo
Grey kangaroo.
Thorny bushes
Thorny bushes.
One of the pathways in the zoo
One of the pathways in the zoo.
Fence was created from the bare stumps
Fence was created from the bare stumps.
Hamadryas baboon
Hamadryas baboon.
The hamadryas baboon “Papio hamadryas”
The hamadryas baboon “Papio hamadryas”.
Hamadryas baboon in the Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia
Hamadryas baboon in the Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia.
The Hamadryas baboon exhibit features a colony of more than 90 baboons
The Hamadryas baboon exhibit features a colony of more than 90 baboons.
The Nubian ibex “Capra nubiana”
The Nubian ibex “Capra nubiana”.
Nubian ibex in the Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia
Nubian ibex in the Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia.
Skull adorns the inscription which reads “The Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia”
Skull adorns the inscription which reads “The Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia”.
Murky waters in the moats are full of different fish species
Murky waters in the moats are full of different fish species.
Nature photographer is photographing animals of the zoo
Nature photographer is photographing animals of the zoo.
Douc Langur
Douc Langur.
Douc Langur live in small family groups headed by one adult male
Douc Langur live in small family groups headed by one adult male.
Douc Langur has a beautiful multi-coloured coat and orange-coloured face
Douc Langur has a beautiful multi-coloured coat and orange-coloured face.
Guided Tram Ride
Guided Tram Ride.
The open-sided tram car gives you an opportunity to make the 2.2km journey by the roads of the zoo
The open-sided tram car gives you an opportunity to make the 2.2km journey by the roads of the zoo.
“Elephants of Asia” show time: 11.30 am, 3.30 pm
Elephants of Asia” show time: 11.30 am, 3.30 pm .
Curved pathways to the elephants
Curved pathways to the elephants.
Wooden pathway lays through the jungle of the zoo
Wooden pathway lays through the jungle of the zoo.
Wide wooden pathway
Wide wooden pathway.
“Elephants of Asia” viewing platforms equipped with the benches
Elephants of Asia” viewing platforms equipped with the benches.
“Meet the ladies” because all five of the elephants in the zoo are female!
“Meet the ladies” because all five of the elephants in the zoo are female!
Two female elephants
Two female elephants.
“Elephants at Work and Play Show” is held in this place
Elephants at Work and Play Show” is held in this place.
We are on the way from “Elephants of Asia” to “Primate Kingdom”
We are on the way from “Elephants of Asia” to “Primate Kingdom”.
Black and White Colobus monkeys
Black and White Colobus monkeys.
Colobuses live in territorial groups of about nine individuals, based upon a single male with a number of females and their offspring
Colobuses live in territorial groups of about nine individuals, based upon a single male with a number of females and their offspring.
Sulawesi crested macaque
Sulawesi crested macaque.
Celebes crested macaque “Macaca nigra”
Celebes crested macaque “Macaca nigra”.
These macaques are very social and can often be seen spending their day grooming one another
These macaques are very social and can often be seen spending their day grooming one another.
Tufted capuchin “Cebus apella”
Tufted capuchin “Cebus apella”.
Brown capuchin
Brown capuchin.
Extensively hunted for meat, brown capuchins are also kept as pets in many parts of the world
Extensively hunted for meat, brown capuchins are also kept as pets in many parts of the world.
Lion-tailed macaques don't want to look into my camera
Lion-tailed macaques don't want to look into my camera.
Shaw Foundation Amphitheatre
Shaw Foundation Amphitheatre.
“Rainforest Fights Back” show in Shaw Foundation Amphitheatre
Rainforest Fights Back” show in Shaw Foundation Amphitheatre.
There is designated wheelchair zone at the Shaw Foundation Amphitheatre, which can accommodate up to 6 wheelchairs
There is designated wheelchair zone at the Shaw Foundation Amphitheatre, which can accommodate up to 6 wheelchairs.
Thicket of the zoo
Thicket of the zoo.
The path slopes down towards “Primate Kingdom”
The path slopes down towards “Primate Kingdom”.
Primate Kingdom, feeding times: 11 am, 2 pm
Primate Kingdom, feeding times: 11 am, 2 pm.
The cafe offers an icy slush
The cafe offers an icy slush.
Two pelicans
Two pelicans.
African penguins
African penguins.
African penguin “Spheniscus demersus”
African penguin “Spheniscus demersus”.
African penguin while swimming
African penguin while swimming.
African penguin is a pursuit diver and feeds primarily on fish and squid
African penguin is a pursuit diver and feeds primarily on fish and squid.
Mature african penguins in the pen
Mature african penguins in the pen.
The average lifespan of an African penguin is 10 to 27 years in the wild, and possibly longer in captivity
The average lifespan of an African penguin is 10 to 27 years in the wild, and possibly longer in captivity.
African penguins grow to 60-70 cm (24-28 in) tall and weigh between 2,2-3,5 kg (4,9-7,7 lb)
African penguins grow to 60-70 cm (24-28 in) tall and weigh between 2,2-3,5 kg (4,9-7,7 lb).
A tiny waterfall in the zoo
A tiny waterfall in the zoo.
Free-range orangutan island
Free-range orangutan island.
Orangutan
Orangutan.
Orangutan looks up at the sky with the hope
Orangutan looks up at the sky with the hope.
Singapore Zoo is the first zoo in the world which features a free-ranging area for the orangutans
Singapore Zoo is the first zoo in the world which features a free-ranging area for the orangutans.
Singapore Zoo is proud to have bred tens of orangutans
Singapore Zoo is proud to have bred tens of orangutans.
Singapore Zoo is home to two species of orangutans: the Bornean orangutan and the Sumatran orangutan
Singapore Zoo is home to two species of orangutans: the Bornean orangutan and the Sumatran orangutan.
Orangutan furtively peeks from behind a tree
Orangutan furtively peeks from behind a tree.
Orangutan has come here from the Scarlet Flower tale
Orangutan has come here from the Scarlet Flower tale.
Sincere eyes of orangutan
Sincere eyes of orangutan.
Sun bear “Helarctos malayanus”
Sun bear “Helarctos malayanus”.
Pygmy marmoset “Cebuella pygmaea”
Pygmy marmoset “Cebuella pygmaea”.
Black-tufted marmoset “Callithrix penicillata”
Black-tufted marmoset “Callithrix penicillata”.
“Marmoset” came from a French word “marmouset”, which means “dwarf”
Marmoset” came from a French word “marmouset”, which means “dwarf”.
Indian spotted chevrotain
Indian spotted chevrotain.
The spotted mouse-deer is a solitary and very shy animal
The spotted mouse-deer is a solitary and very shy animal.
The males of the mouse-deer have longer and sharper upper canines or tusks
The males of the mouse-deer have longer and sharper upper canines or tusks.
Prevost's squirrel “Callosciurus”
Prevost's squirrel “Callosciurus”.
Kinkajou “Potos flavus”
Kinkajou “Potos flavus”.
Common ground squirrel
Common ground squirrel.
Leopard cat “Prionailurus bengalensis”
Leopard cat “Prionailurus bengalensis”.
The leopard cat's name is derived from the leopard-like spots
The leopard cat's name is derived from the leopard-like spots.
Rhino iguana
Rhino iguana.
Rhinoceros iguana “Cyclura cornuta”
Rhinoceros iguana “Cyclura cornuta”.
The rhinoceros iguana is a species of lizard belonging to the genus Cyclura
The rhinoceros iguana is a species of lizard belonging to the genus Cyclura.
Reptile Garden
Reptile Garden.
Komodo dragon “Varanus komodoensis”
Komodo dragon “Varanus komodoensis”.
Aldabra giant tortoise “Aldabrachelys gigantea”
Aldabra giant tortoise “Aldabrachelys gigantea”.
Aldabra giant tortoise feeding time
Aldabra giant tortoise feeding time.
The main population of the Aldabra giant tortoise resides on the islands of the Aldabra Atoll in the Seychelles
The main population of the Aldabra giant tortoise resides on the islands of the Aldabra Atoll in the Seychelles.
Reptile Garden
Reptile Garden.
Crotalus atrox, the western diamondback rattlesnake, is a venomous rattlesnake species found in the United States and Mexico
Crotalus atrox, the western diamondback rattlesnake, is a venomous rattlesnake species found in the United States and Mexico.
Black-necked spitting cobra “Naja nigricollis”
Black-necked spitting cobra “Naja nigricollis”.
Cave-dwelling rat snake “Orthriophis taeniurus ridleyi” also known as the Cave racer
Cave-dwelling rat snake “Orthriophis taeniurus ridleyi” also known as the Cave racer.
Corallus caninus, commonly called the emerald tree boa
Corallus caninus, commonly called the emerald tree boa.
Green iguana “Iguana iguana”
Green iguana “Iguana iguana”.
Small turtle
Small turtle.
Despite their name, green iguanas can come in different colors
Despite their name, green iguanas can come in different colors.
Red-footed tortoises “Chelonoidis carbonaria”
Red-footed tortoises “Chelonoidis carbonaria”.
Cave racer “Orthriophis t. ridleyi”
Cave racer “Orthriophis t. ridleyi”.
Black and yellow mangrove snake “Boiga dendrophila”
Black and yellow mangrove snake “Boiga dendrophila”.
Mangrove pit viper “Trimeresurus purpureomaculatus”
Mangrove pit viper “Trimeresurus purpureomaculatus”.
Reticulated python
Reticulated python.
Reticulated python “Broghammerus reticulatus”
Reticulated python “Broghammerus reticulatus”.
Python reticulatus
Python reticulatus.
Ahaetulla prasina, commonly known as the Asian vine snake or the oriental whipsnake
Ahaetulla prasina, commonly known as the Asian vine snake or the oriental whipsnake.
Red-tailed racer “Gonyosoma oxycephalum”
Red-tailed racer “Gonyosoma oxycephalum”.
The red-tailed green ratsnake “Gonyosoma oxycephalum”
The red-tailed green ratsnake “Gonyosoma oxycephalum”.
This pointer will help you to get to the intended animals
This pointer will help you to get to the intended animals.
Artificial sculpture of proboscis monkeys was installed near their pen
Artificial sculpture of proboscis monkeys was installed near their pen.
Black river toad “Bufo asper”
Black river toad “Bufo asper”.
Four-Lined tree frog “Polypedates leucomystax”
Four-Lined tree frog “Polypedates leucomystax”.
White's tree frog, or Australian green tree frog “Litoria caerulea”
White's tree frog, or Australian green tree frog “Litoria caerulea”.
Common greenback “Rana erythraea”
Common greenback “Rana erythraea”.
A forest specialist, the Malayan horned frog has remarkable camouflage
A forest specialist, the Malayan horned frog has remarkable camouflage.
Malayan horned frog “Megophrys nasuta”
Malayan horned frog “Megophrys nasuta”.
Large flying fox “Pteropus vampyrus”
Large flying fox “Pteropus vampyrus”.
Tarantula
Tarantula.
Large flying fox hangs on the tree
Large flying fox hangs on the tree.
Ducks and drakes are resting at the waterfall
Ducks and drakes are resting at the waterfall.
Crowned pigeon is the blue bird with red eyes
Crowned pigeon is the blue bird with red eyes.
Crowned pigeon “Goura”
Crowned pigeon “Goura”.
Ordinary duck carelessly smeared its food on the ground
Ordinary duck carelessly smeared its food on the ground.
Unique photograph of the newborn mouse-deer
Unique photograph of the newborn mouse-deer.
A newborn mouse-deer
A newborn mouse-deer.
Lesser mouse-deer “Tragulus kanchil”
Lesser mouse-deer “Tragulus kanchil”.
Awesome photograph of the newborn mouse-deer with its mother
Awesome photograph of the newborn mouse-deer with its mother.
Newborn mouse-deer not yet dried up, the photograph was taken just after the birth
Newborn mouse-deer not yet dried up, the photograph was taken just after the birth.
Tourists are inside “Fragile Forest”
Tourists are inside “Fragile Forest”.
“I like to move it move it, Ya like to (move it!)”
I like to move it move it, Ya like to (move it!)”.
Ring-tailed lemur “Lemur catta”
Ring-tailed lemur “Lemur catta”.
The large flying fox is among the largest species of bat
The large flying fox is among the largest species of bat.
Ring-tailed lemur is floating through the air
Ring-tailed lemur is floating through the air.
Ring-tailed lemur and the large flying fox
Ring-tailed lemur and the large flying fox.
As for me, ring-tailed lemur is the best animal in the zoo
As for me, ring-tailed lemur is the best animal in the zoo.
We had an opportunity to be very close to lemurs
We had an opportunity to be very close to lemurs.
I am stroking the lemur
I am stroking the lemur.
I and my son are stroking the lemur
I and my son are stroking the lemur.
Two-toed sloth
Two-toed sloth.
Two-toed sloth and the large flying fox
Two-toed sloth and the large flying fox.
Two-toed sloth spends much of its life upside down, whether it's eating, sleeping or even giving birth
Two-toed sloth spends much of its life upside down, whether it's eating, sleeping or even giving birth.
Two-toed sloth have to take a bath
Two-toed sloth have to take a bath.
Two-toed sloth knows about feeding time
Two-toed sloth knows about feeding time.
Two-toed sloth is living upside down all the time and only descends to the ground to defecate
Two-toed sloth is living upside down all the time and only descends to the ground to defecate.
Three colourful orange parrots
Three colourful orange parrots.
The opportunity to stroking the lemurs will bring you the happiest emotions
The opportunity to stroking the lemurs will bring you the happiest emotions.
Eos is a red parrot with the black blue tips of the wings
Eos is a red parrot with the black blue tips of the wings.
White pigeon with the black tips of the wings
White pigeon with the black tips of the wings.
Anteater
Anteater.
Saki monkey is a small-sized monkey with long, bushy tail
Saki monkey is a small-sized monkey with long, bushy tail.
Apple, orange and carrot serves as a dish for the huge Madagascar hissing cockroach
Apple, orange and carrot serves as a dish for the huge Madagascar hissing cockroach.
An old Cree Indian saying
An old Cree Indian saying.
Proboscis monkey “Nasalis larvatus”
Proboscis monkey “Nasalis larvatus”.
Singapore Zoo has one of the largest collections of proboscis monkeys among the zoos in the world
Singapore Zoo has one of the largest collections of proboscis monkeys among the zoos in the world.
Proboscis monkey likes to lounge on a tree branch
Proboscis monkey likes to lounge on a tree branch.
A thin glass panel separating you from these unique primates
A thin glass panel separating you from these unique primates.
Proboscis monkeys in the wild never live too far from water
Proboscis monkeys in the wild never live too far from water.
Proboscis monkeys can swim underwater for up to 20 metres in depth
Proboscis monkeys can swim underwater for up to 20 metres in depth.
On hot days you might spot proboscis monkeys diving from the tree branch into the exhibit's water pool
On hot days you might spot proboscis monkeys diving from the tree branch into the exhibit's water pool.
Honey, what did I do wrong?
Honey, what did I do wrong?
The large pendulous nose of the male proboscis monkey helps resonate their calls
The large pendulous nose of the male proboscis monkey helps resonate their calls.
Clan leadership in the troop of proboscis monkeys is decided based on the size of their sniffers
Clan leadership in the troop of proboscis monkeys is decided based on the size of their sniffers.
Male proboscis monkey with the biggest nose is also the most attractive to the ladies
Male proboscis monkey with the biggest nose is also the most attractive to the ladies.
Proboscis monkeys have big noses, so big that they often have to push them aside to eat!
Proboscis monkeys have big noses, so big that they often have to push them aside to eat!
Proboscis monkeys enjoying a snack at 11.30am every day at their exhibit at the Rainforest Walk
Proboscis monkeys enjoying a snack at 11.30am every day at their exhibit at the Rainforest Walk.
Possessing over 98% of the genetic blueprint of humans, chimpanzees are highly intelligent animals
Possessing over 98% of the genetic blueprint of humans, chimpanzees are highly intelligent animals.
Chimpanzees, sometimes colloquially chimps, are two extant hominid species of apes in the genus Pan
Chimpanzees, sometimes colloquially chimps, are two extant hominid species of apes in the genus Pan.
Chimpanzee exhibit is equipped with a jungle “gymnasium” for our intelligent primate friends to exercise both body and mind
Chimpanzee exhibit is equipped with a jungle “gymnasium” for our intelligent primate friends to exercise both body and mind.
A multi-tiered timber platform structure
A multi-tiered timber platform structure.
Steam locomotive is covered with flowers
Steam locomotive is covered with flowers.
Rainforest Kidzworld
Rainforest Kidzworld.
Obstacles and puzzles for chimpanzees
Obstacles and puzzles for chimpanzees.
Poster reads: “Naked mole rats can live for over 28 years, which is unusual for small rodents”
Poster reads: “Naked mole rats can live for over 28 years, which is unusual for small rodents”.
Babies of the naked mole rat “Heterocephalus glaber”
Babies of the naked mole rat “Heterocephalus glaber”.
Leopard “Panthera pardus”
Leopard “Panthera pardus”.
African lions
African lions.
Giraffes are well-known in the world because of their height, thanks to their super long necks
Giraffes are well-known in the world because of their height, thanks to their super long necks.
Attractive appearance and gentle demeanour easily make giraffes one of the most popular animals
Attractive appearance and gentle demeanour easily make giraffes one of the most popular animals.
Other than their necks, the giraffe also has the longest tongue in the animal kingdom
Other than their necks, the giraffe also has the longest tongue in the animal kingdom.
Warthog “Phacochoerus africanus”
Warthog “Phacochoerus africanus”.
Warthog is standing on its knees
Warthog is standing on its knees.
The warthog is the only pig species that has adapted to grazing and savanna habitats
The warthog is the only pig species that has adapted to grazing and savanna habitats.
Warthogs will wallow in mud to cope with high temperatures and huddle together to cope with low temperatures
Warthogs will wallow in mud to cope with high temperatures and huddle together to cope with low temperatures.
Meerkat “Suricata suricatta”
Meerkat “Suricata suricatta”.
A meerkat standing upright on a branch to get a better view
A meerkat standing upright on a branch to get a better view.
Grant's zebra “Equus quagga boehmi”
Grant's zebra “Equus quagga boehmi”.
The zebra's striking black and white stripes make it one of the most distinct inhabitants of the African savannah
The zebra's striking black and white stripes make it one of the most distinct inhabitants of the African savannah.
Black wildebeest or white-tailed gnu “Connochaetes gnou”
Black wildebeest or white-tailed gnu “Connochaetes gnou”.
White rhinoceros “Ceratotherium simum”
White rhinoceros “Ceratotherium simum”.
Holding the title of the second largest land mammal, a white rhinoceros can charge at 50 kilometres per hour
Holding the title of the second largest land mammal, a white rhinoceros can charge at 50 kilometres per hour.
Nyala “Nyala angasii” or “Tragelaphus angasii”
Nyala “Nyala angasii” or “Tragelaphus angasii”.
There are only about 20,400 white rhinoceros in the wild today
There are only about 20,400 white rhinoceros in the wild today.
Male Nyala
Male Nyala.
One male and several female nyalas
One male and several female nyalas.
Polar bear “Ursus maritimus”
Polar bear “Ursus maritimus”.
Go nose-to-nose with Inuka, the world's first polar bear born in the tropics, right here at the Frozen Tundra
Go nose-to-nose with Inuka, the world's first polar bear born in the tropics, right here at the Frozen Tundra.
Frozen Tundra
Frozen Tundra.
Funny orangutan is walking
Funny orangutan is walking.
The troop of orangutans is sitting, bowing their heads
The troop of orangutans is sitting, bowing their heads.
One orangutan suggests to one of its neighbors to play a game
One orangutan suggests to one of its neighbors to play a game.
Ouch! Do you wanna to take part in my smart game?
Ouch! Do you wanna to take part in my smart game?
The orangutan says: “You, loser, don't refuse from my suggestion!”
The orangutan says: “You, loser, don't refuse from my suggestion!”.
The orangutan continues: “Wow, you are agreed to play my game, aren't you?”
The orangutan continues: “Wow, you are agreed to play my game, aren't you?”.
Orangutans are living high on the trees
Orangutans are living high on the trees.
Hammocks have been installed for the orangutans on the high trees
Hammocks have been installed for the orangutans on the high trees.
Pygmy hippos spend a large part of their lives submerged in water, either in a swamp or a river
Pygmy hippos spend a large part of their lives submerged in water, either in a swamp or a river.
Over 1.6 million visitors come to Singapore Zoo every year
Over 1.6 million visitors come to Singapore Zoo every year.
Greater flamingo “Phoenicopterus roseus”
Greater flamingo “Phoenicopterus roseus”.
Restroom has been built on the open air and is surrounded by flowers and plants
Restroom has been built on the open air and is surrounded by flowers and plants.
False gharial “Tomistoma schlegelii”
False gharial “Tomistoma schlegelii”.
Gharial “Gavialis gangeticus”
Gharial “Gavialis gangeticus”.