How can you tell the difference between Jia Jia and Kai Kai?

How can you tell the difference between Jia Jia and Kai Kai?

Kai Kai and Jia Jia Our male was named Kai Kai, which means ‘victorious’ in Chinese, while Jia Jia (meaning ‘beautiful’) was chosen for our female.

Is Singapore Zoo tram ride unlimited?

Tram Ride. Guests in wheelchairs are welcome, as some of our trams have special slots for wheelchairs. Rides are unlimited. You can purchase tickets online.

What happens if it rains at Singapore zoo?

If the rain gets too heavy, hop on our tram or seek shelter in one of the pavilions around the zoo. You may also choose to continue your wild adventure at River Safari which is mostly sheltered.

Are there pandas at Singapore Zoo?

Throngs of people have been popping into the Giant Panda Forest to view Singapore’s two Giant Pandas, Kai Kai and Jia Jia.

Can I bring food to Singapore Zoo?

Can I bring food into the park? Yes, while food options are available at our restaurants, we do understand that some guests may need to bring their own food into the park for various reasons.

How much did it cost to build the Singapore Zoo?

The zoo was built at a cost of $ 9 million granted by the government of Singapore and opened on 27 June 1973. It is operated by Wildlife Reserves Singapore, who also manage the neighbouring Night Safari, River Safari and the Jurong Bird Park.

When did the Singapore Zoo become a wildlife reserve?

On 1 August 2000, Singapore Zoological Gardens, Jurong Bird Park and Night Safari were integrated under Wildlife Reserves Singapore, under the umbrella of Temasek Holdings. The zoo underwent a restructuring to improve its efficiency and branding which included merging of shared services and expansion of consultancy services overseas.

When did Singapore Zoo and Night Safari open?

The Wildlife Healthcare & Research Centre was opened in March 2006 as part of the zoo’s efforts in wildlife conservation. The centre further underscores Singapore Zoo and Night Safari’s commitment to conservation research, providing the infrastructure for the parks and overseas zoological partners to better execute their research programmes.

Which is the most famous zoo in Singapore?

The Singapore Zoo is an award-winning rainforest themed zoological gardens and is one of Singapore’s most famous attractions.