Fall asleep to the colours of the wind as you live out the Disney princess life amongst the animals.
From Dec 16 to Mar 19, 2022, you can spice up your staycation experience at Singapore Zoo as you camp amongst the animals in air-conditioned domes for two days and one night.
Beginning the staycation in the afternoon, you’ll have the opportunity to get acquainted with and feed animals such as elephants and rhinos, as well as learn more about how to take better care of our seas from the Californian sealion at the Splash Safari Show.
After refuelling with dinner, wander through a symphony of lights and interactive play at Rainforest Lumina, which aims to inspire people to appreciate nature, protect wildlife and conserve diversity.
Call it a day in a luxurious dome tent next to Upper Seletar Reservoir, where two double beds await guests in air-conditioned domes.
Wake up to a meet and greet with a mystery animal ambassador before wrapping up the staycation with a hearty breakfast at the Forest Lodge.
Each stay costs $1,499 per tent and booking can be done here.
For guests who prefer to get up close with the aquatic animals instead, the River Safari Staycation is also available.
There will be behind-the-scenes sessions of various programmes, as well as the opportunity to meet their capybaras at the Once Upon a River show.
Each stay costs $999 per tent and booking can be done here.
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