The Singapore Zoo is quite possibly the most loved zoo in the world. While other zoos house animals in traditional enclosures with distinct barriers between human and animal, the Singapore Zoo has successfully used subtle boundaries in recreated natural habitats for a semi-wild experience. There are over 300 species of animal at the Singapore Zoo, of which 16% are endangered. If you haven't seen lots of animals in the wild, then come here - you won't be disappointed!
In addition to visiting the permanent exhibits you can also take part in special experiences such as having a jungle breakfast with an entire family of orang utans and the Wild Discoverer Tours. Favorite exhibits and zones include the recently opened Frozen Tundra, which features Inuka, a locally born polar bear, and the white tigers.
There's so much to see and do at the Singapore Zoo that we can't possibly list everything here!
Meeting point: Visitor Services Centre. Click here for information on how to get to the zoo.
Leaders, please take a look at the zoo's website and suggest a tentative itinerary in the comments section below. The zoo's hours can be found here.