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    Looks great. Thanks a lot,

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    Thanks! Really nice pictures. I was wondering if that Leopard is real that's drinking
    water. Nice looking kids too. I did not get a chance to go to the Zoo when I
    was in SG. But the food was great, very international, more Asian. They had
    so many kinds of Pizza.

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    Have to say Singapore Zoo is definitely the best zoo I have visited and very good value.

    Didn't do the Night Safari but a friend did and said it was amazing.

    Have to say that Chinag Mai Zoo is very good as well and is 10 times better than Bangkok zoo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackorchid View Post
    Thanks! Really nice pictures. I was wondering if that Leopard is real that's drinking
    water. Nice looking kids too. I did not get a chance to go to the Zoo when I
    was in SG. But the food was great, very international, more Asian. They had
    so many kinds of Pizza.
    yes the leopard is real - it was the other side of a glass divide

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    I've been to night Safari twice and the zoo once, last November. They are very different from each other, and I loved both. They let you get a lot closer to animals than most other zoos. If the Singapore stopover includes the Zoo, then Id do that. Though right next to the entrance to the zoo, they are completely separate, and not that cheap!

    If you are there when it is really hot, then the night safari might be a bit cooler. I've eaten dinner at the night safari and lunch at the Zoo. Neither was worth the money or the time, so I doubt the breakfast would be any different.

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    Friendly place and lovely animals too ...

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    I wonder if they still drop the live snakehead in the pool for the polar bears to chase around.

    I mean the actual fish not a human trafficker. The latter would be really entertaining.

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    Thanks for sharing , looks a lovely clean place !

    Just love the pic of your 2 little uns sharing an icecream together ,magic !

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    Thanks a lot,

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    some animals are used to make movies and are well trained.

    Good to see the feeding times to pass by different areas as the keepers show some tricks they can do, nice zoo yep !

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    Well trained eh! Doing the tricks for cheap human entertainment...animals doing their bit...poor buggers.

    Stopped in there once way back on a stop over to Oz and all I remember is a white tiger, could've been a leopard, drugged up to the eyeballs looking like and wishing death.

    Left, feeling ashamed at the depths of human depravity

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    The night safari is definitely worth trying.

    We used to go at least once a month when we lived there for close to six years.

    This and Taronga in Sydney must be two of the vest zoos around (San Diego is quite good, too)

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    I've went there twice, one time during day, one night safari, years apart.

    They even put scorpions on my face at daytime, great experience, the butterfly garden was one of the highlights.

    The kids loved the night safari, for them a bit scary, didn't know what to expect, but yes, really good.

    And staff are just great!
    If everything seems under control, you're not going fast enough.

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