Listing of Attractions in Asia with information on getting there and transport option with Online Booking.
The Singapore Zoo is an `open zoo' concept.
||80 Mandai Lake Road
|How to get there
Alight at Ang Mo Kio MRT
station (NS16) and take bus service or alight at Choa Chu Kang MRT
station (BP1/NS4) and take bus service.
City Tours provides tours and regular
shuttles from city hotels.
Call (+65) 6738 3338 / 6738 9897 or
eMail for schedules and booking.
The animals are kept in spacious, landscaped
enclosures, separated from the visitors by dry or wet moats. The moats
are concealed with vegetation or dropped below the line of vision.
Orang Utan at Singapore Zoo
Though not the only zoo in the world to display a social group of orang utans,
Singapore Zoo is the only one who has done it on such a large scale. The Singapore Zoo displays a large social group of 24
orangutans in a spacious naturalistic enclosure.
Only one White Tiger exists out of every 10,000 normal orange-coloured tigers.
In the wild, Bengal White Tigers are found exclusively within South
Asia, notably India. Although Bengal tigers make up 60% of the world's wild tiger population, individuals with white coats are
Elephants of Asia
Visitors have a bird's eye view of the
elephants and their behaviour on one side, and the stunning beauty of
the reservoir on the other. Built along the tranquil waters of the Seletar Reservoir, the
7800-square-metre exhibit comprise viewing lofts, rustic thatched huts
and elevated boardwalks.
Hamadryas Baboons - The Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia
As you journey through Hamadryas Baboons - The
Great Rift Valley Of Ethiopia, you will begin to appreciate the often
misunderstood Ethiopia - her beautiful people, dramatic landscapes,
dazzling variety of wildlife and plant life, and fascinating history.
The remote parts of Ethiopia are populations that seem completely cut
off from the modern world. T Independent and resilient, some of these
natives have learned to survive in extremely harsh conditions, such as
the Afar areas where temperatures often soar above 50 degrees Celsius.
courtesy of Wildlife