Night Safari, the world’s first nocturnal wildlife park will display the southern three-banded armadillo for the first time which moves into its new home along the Fishing Cat Trail. The armadillo joins Night Safari’s resident oddball, the Sunda pangolin at Twilight Encounters, this year-end.

Date: 15 November – 28 December 2019 (Key activities happen every Friday and Saturday night, and Christmas Eve and Day)
Time: 7:15 PM – 12:00 AM
Venue: Night Safari, 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
Admission: $55 for adults, $39 for children 3-12 years old

Here are every activities you can expect at Night Safari from November till December:

1. ALL NEW! Keeper Talk @ Explorer Outpost

Dates: Every Friday and Saturday from 15 November – 28 December, and 24 and 25 December
Time: 7:15 PM, and 8:00 PM (15 minutes per session)
Venue: Explorer Outpost along Fishing Cat Trail

Get up-close to the incredible oddballs like the southern three-banded armadillo, Sunda pangolin, serval, and marbled fox at this session with the keepers. Hear about their fascinating characteristics and stories.

All activities and animal appearances are subject to change without prior notice. Activities are weather permitting.

2. Ranger Station @ Explorer Outpost

Date and time: 7:15 PM – 12:00 AM daily
Venue: Explorer Outpost along Fishing Cat Trail

Make a pit-stop at the new Ranger Station and learn more about native wildlife in Singapore through interactive and tactile interpretive and displays.

3. Oddballs Odyssey – By Lockdown Singapore

Dates: 15 and 16 November (Friday and Saturday)
Time: 7:30 PM, 8:00 PM, 8:30 PM, 9:00 PM, and 9:30 PM
Meeting point: Registration booth at the Night Safari Entrance Plaza

Night Safari’s baby Asian elephant Neha has gone ‘missing’! Form a team of up to 5 and solve puzzles along the walking trails to find Neha. Get the help of your oddball friends and their unique “superpowers” in your wildlife hero quest. A Wildlife Hero pin (while stocks last) awaits those who successfully complete the quest.

Get your tickets via the Lockdown Singapore.

Tickets include Night Safari admission and a special goodie bag giveaway by Lockdown Singapore. Only for 15 and 16 November.

Dates: Every Friday and Saturday from 22 November to 28 December, 24 – 25 December (usual Night Safari admission applies)
Time: 7:30 PM, 8:00 PM, 8:30 PM, 9:00 PM, and 9:30 PM
Meeting point: Game booth after turnstiles at Tram Station 1

4. Spotted Hyaena Feeding

Dates: Every Friday and Saturday from 15 November – 28 December, and 24 and 25 December
Time: 8:30 PM
Venue: Spotted Hyaena Exhibit (along East Lodge Trail)

Listen to keepers as they share interesting stories about these super females while watching them chow down a feast.

5. “Ball” Appétit!

Date and time: 5:30 PM – 12:00 AM daily
Venue: Safari Sizzles, Entrance Courtyard

Satisfy your cravings with a variety of tasty “ball” shaped snacks – Chicken mushroom balls, gulab jamun and more!

6. Safari Adventure Tour – Twilight Encounters Edition

Dates: Every Friday and Saturday from 15 November – 28 December, 24 and 25 December
Time: 7:15 PM – 9:45 PM

Learn about the oddball characteristics of the southern three-banded armadillo and Sunda pangolin at the Fishing Cat Trail. Get up-close with our gentle giants in an exclusive Asian elephant feeding session.

Additional tour charges apply. Members enjoy a 20 per cent discount. For enquires, email [email protected].

7. Pangolin Pouch Special

Dates: 15 November – 28 December
Venue: Night Safari Gift Shops

Bring home a unique pangolin pouch at $5 with any purchase.

Membership Promotion – Be a Friend of Wildlife

Date: 16 November – 28 December

Enjoy 10% off Friends of Wildlife (individual adult or family) membership with promo code FOWTLE19 and receive your very own Wildlife Canvas Bag plus an exclusive pangolin pin when you sign up.

While stocks last. Terms and conditions apply.

Sign up online or at the Membership Services Counter (next to Singapore Zoo ticketing). For more information, visit here.

Also, Singapore Zoo has prepared numerous fun this holiday season with Mammoths and pre-historic animals. See here.