Have you been to the Singapore Zoo at night?

I’m not talking about the Night Safari. I mean, the Singapore Zoo. Usually, you won’t. Or rather, you can’t because the Zoo closes at 6pm daily.

From 1 July 2018, you can!

The Singapore Zoo has come up with a new attraction in celebration of its 45th birthday!

Rainforest Lumina
Image Credit: Jの背包旅行

Introducing Rainforest Lumina.

A Rainforest Light Show In The Dark

Held in collaboration with Moment Factory, Rainforest Lumina is apparently the first multi-sensory night walk experience in Asia, with more than 10 interactive zones along the 1km light trail that takes you through the Singapore Zoo.

Rainforest Lumina
Image Credit: Rainforest Lumina

However, don’t expect to see any live animals (they’re off-duty). The only animals you’ll see are on the various light installations or projections.

Rainforest Lumina
Image Credit: Rainforest Lumina

With zones that look like they’re lifted straight out of James Cameron’s 2009 film, Avatar, this is guaranteed to be a luminescent spectacle.

Stroll on the Luminous Pathway, step through the Shimmering Islands, and marvel at the glowing Lantern Passage.

Rainforest Lumina
Image Credit: Jの背包旅行
Rainforest Lumina
Image Credit: Jの背包旅行

Check out the trailer for Rainforest Lumina below.

There are 7 timeslots available per night, and ticket prices are $22 for adults and $16 for children between ages 3 and 12.

You may purchase your tickets here.

This is a rare opportunity to experience the Singapore Zoo in the dark so gather the family and take the kids to Rainforest Lumina this July!

Rainforest Lumina
Venue: Singapore Zoo, 80 Mandai Lake Road
Date: From 1 July 2018
Price: Adult: $22, Child (3 – 12 years old): $16
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(Header Image Source: Jの背包旅行)

 
 
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