Visiting Singapore with the family? For a guaranteed good time, take the whole family to Singapore Zoo’s Land of Giants, where they can come face-to-face with larger than life invertebrates.
Singapore is truly a treasure trove of fun activities for all ages, and that’s why it remains one of our favourite cities for a family-friendly weekend getaway. With the summer holidays coming up, it’s the perfect time to visit as there are plenty of things to do to keep the kids entertained. One of the attractions that should make your list? Singapore Zoo’s Land of Giants! An impressive part of the park is dedicated to invertebrates scaled up to 1,000 times its original size, where you can spend the day exploring and learning about some of the most fascinating critters of the animal kingdom.
Experience a world beyond your imagination (and have an Alice in Wonderland moment while you’re at it) as you and your little ones step into the Land of Giants. Start the unforgettable adventure by following a winding trail that takes you face-to-face with 60 larger-than-life 3D models of invertebrates. Get your cameras ready and prepare to marvel at the fascinating display of the orchid mantis, net-casting spider, jungle nymph, lime butterfly and honey bee, and learn how they play an important role in balancing our eco-system.
Your day doesn’t stop there. Continue your journey to the Fragile Forest, a one-of-a-kind tropical biodome where both young and adult explorers can get up-close encounters with lemurs, flying foxes, sloths and many more! Head over to the Discovery Outpost and conquer your fears as you get hands on with the spineless wonders like the stick insects, jungle nymphs and caterpillars. Once you have done it, it will truly be a very rewarding experience. After an adventure this wonderful, you and your little ones may never want to leave.
Pssttt…. Save up to 5% off regular ticket prices when you pre-purchase your tickets online.
Land of Giants at Singapore Zoo, 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826.
This article was proudly sponsored by Singapore Zoo.