Experience the Wildlife Excitement at River Safari, Singapore

Saturday, December 14, 2013


Planning for a getaway with your family, friends or loved ones? Drool over to another beautiful country which located just right next to ours, Singapore! Enjoy the mother nature trip at The River Safari!

With the festivities just round the corner, you and your family are in for a treat with many exciting things happening right across the causeway. Pack your bags and get the whole family over to the roaring city of Singapore for an enriching line-up of experiences, starting with the amazing animals from the world’s iconic rivers at River Safari.



The city of Singapore is brought to life with exciting wildlife encounters at the four parks managed by Wildlife Reserves Singapore, namely Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, River Safari, and Singapore Zoo. Discover the rare and endangered freshwater dwellers from iconic river habitats at the newly opened River Safari, Asia’s first and only river-themed wildlife park.


River Safari is Asia’s first and only river-themed wildlife park, and is the newest addition to Wildlife Reserves Singapore’s portfolio of award-winning parks. Occupying 12 hectares, it houses one of the world’s largest collections of freshwater animals. The park is home to over 150 plant species and 5,000 animal specimens representing 300 animal species.


The park offers close encounters with fascinating river inhabitants, some of which include river giants and megafishes such as
Giant river otter – world's largest otter; up to 1.8m in length and 34kg in weight
Chinese giant salamander – world’s largest amphibian; up to 1.8m in length
Mekong giant catfish – one of the world’s largest freshwater fish; up to 3m in length and 295kg in weight
Giant freshwater stingray – one of the world’s largest freshwater fish; up to 5m in length and 600 kg in weight
Arapaima – world’s largest scaled freshwater fish; up to 2.75m in length and 200kg in weight
Alligator gar – up to 3m in length and 140kg in weight

With eight river habitats in one park, visitors can enjoy immersive experience into the world of rivers and the wildlife they support, and appreciate the importance of freshwater ecosystem conservation!


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