To appeal to new and repeat visitors alike, the Singapore Zoological Gardens will introduce a night walk experience with festive content in July.
The new self-guided walk, named Rainforest Lumina, will feature an illuminated one-kilometre-long trail through the rainforest, allowing visitors to experience a visual and aural experience of tropical wildlife.
“Night Safari has been so immensely popular (that it is) often oversubscribed, so a complementary night-experience product works very well (to attract) repeat visitors,” shared Singapore Tourism Board’s (STB) deputy chief executive Melissa Ow at the board’s Tourism Industry Conference on April 16.
Rainforest Lumina will be unveiled in conjunction with the zoo’s 45th anniversary celebrations. More details will be revealed closer to the opening date.
Ow elaborated that this new attraction will help Wildlife Reserves Singapore – which operates the zoo, River Safari, Night Safari and Jurong Bird Park – extend its customer reach across different market segments.