Glamp in the wild with Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo’s Glamping in the Wild returns from April 1 with a refreshed programme featuring behind-the-scenes tours to thrill the heart of any animal lover looking for a meaningful respite amid nature.

From feeding Asian Elephants to discovering the inner workings of the zoo’s Wildlife Nutrition Centre, visitors can enjoy an afternoon performance with priority seats at the Splash Safari presentation, followed by a hearty dinner before retreating into the cosy comfort of the dome tent. The next morning, indulge in the signature Breakfast in the Wild while encountering animal ambassadors such as Orangutans, Tamandua, Coatimundis and Macaws.

The Glamping in the Wild experience features an air-conditioned tent for up to four people

The Glamping in the Wild experience is priced at S$1,699 (US$1,259) for a one-night stay in a fully air-conditioned glamping tent for up to four people – it includes two-day admission to Singapore Zoo, Asian Elephant feeding, guided tours, behind-the-scenes tours at Wildlife Nutrition Centre and Wildlife Healthcare and Research Centre, priority seating at Splash Safari presentation, and Breakfast in the Wild.

For guests who prefer getting up close with aquatic animals, River Wonders offers Glamping with the Manatees, also available from April through August this year. Priced from S$1,299 per tent (for four people), the package comprises priority seating at Once Upon a River presentation, meet and greet with animal ambassadors, Manatee-inspired activity before bedtime, and two meals (dinner and breakfast).

For more information, visit Mandai Wildlife Reserve.

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