Night Safari is (quite literally) a Living Classroom where learning about animals, plants and wildlife conservation comes to life! It is a living dimension to add to your curriculum so your students can encounter real sights, sounds and smells. So, read on to discover how to plan a meaningful educational trip for your students to Night Safari.

Check admission rates

Plan your activities

Find out what to bring

Register your visit

School Admission Rates

Schools are advised to pre-register your visit one month before and these rates are applicable only to the local schools, locally based international schools, child care centres, ITE, polytechnics and universities. Schools are required to reserve seats online for our shows at Night Safari. Limited seats are available and on a first come first served basis.
School Admission
(per pax)
3 to 12 years old
(Preschool & Primary)
S$ 16
Free admission for children below 3 years old
13 years old and above
(Secondary & Above)
S$ 28
Additional Teacher / Parent Volunteer
*(For every ten paying students, one adult is free)
S$ 28
  • Prices shown are in Singapore dollar (SGD) inclusive of GST and are correct at point of communication and are subjected to change without prior notice
  • The 10:1 ratio (for every ten paying students, one adult is free) is NOT applicable to polytechnics and tertiary institutions*
  • Students must be in uniform or school T-shirt for rates to apply
  • Admission for child below 3 years old is free. To enjoy free admission, school groups are to pre-register with Education Department, providing the names and birth dates of the students
  • Prior Registration of visit is required to enjoy the school rates
  • Advanced payment is to be made 2 WEEKS prior to the school's learning journey
  • Park tickets are valid for one full day. 
  • Visitors can exit and re-enter the park on the same day by presenting their park ticket and re-entry stamp provided by our staff at the exit.


Check out our resources

There’s a great deal to explore at Night Safari. Add our resources to your itinerary here!

Plan your route

If you are conducting a self-guided visit, download the Night Safari map for easy orientation around the park. Teaching resources are available for either download or purchase to further help you plan an enriching visit. 

Include food and fun

Plan your students’ meals and other activities by visiting our website to find out more.

Plan a recce trip

Come on a recce trip to familiarize yourself with navigating through Night Safari.

Things to note

Prepare your students for the visit’s learning objectives and for what to expect on their Night Safari visit. Use this opportunity to brief them on the park rules to enjoy your time at Night Safari.

Recap and reflect

We recommend following up on a Night Safari visit by refreshing the learning objectives and finding out how much your students have learned from the experience.

What to bring

Hydration is important while outdoors!

To prevent unexpected mosquito bites.

These are more preferable to umbrellas in case of wet weather.

To journal interesting learning moments!

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