Lonely Planet Writer

New ticketing system makes Singapore wildlife parks more accessible than ever

A new ParkHopper pass launched by Wildlife Reserves Singapore will allow visitors to enjoy Singapore’s four wildlife parks for the price of two from 1 April, a saving of almost S$70 on single-entry tickets.

Toucans at Singapore's Jurong Bird Park.
Toucans at Singapore’s Jurong Bird Park. Image by Michael Gwyther-Jones / CC BY 2.0

The revised fee structure also offers a saving of S$19 for those who visit two of the four parks – Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, Singapore Zoo and River Safari – within seven days from the first visit. Current draws across the popular parks include River Safari’s giant pandas, which are currently in mating season, and Singapore Zoo’s newly-named baby giraffe, Jubilee. Read more: singapore.coconuts.co