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Rainforest Lumina, a whimsical night trail thingy, opens at Singapore Zoo as it turns 45

Good for parents whose children cannot sleep at night.

Mandy How |Darryl Laiu |Belmont Lay | June 29, 2018 @ 09:35 pm

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A new night trail has opened at Singapore Zoo.

The multimedia night walk takes place in an interactive, illuminated rainforest.

New photos (Shot with Huawei P20 Pro):

By Darryl Laiu
By Darryl Laiu
By Darryl Laiu
By Darryl Laiu
By Darryl Laiu

New videos (Shot with Huawei P20 Pro):

Photos provided by Wildlife Reserves Singapore:

As night falls, the Singapore Zoo transforms into a dreamy whimsical landscape filled with light and sound.

Singapore’s award-winning wildlife attraction is celebrating its 45th year since it first opened in 1973.

Details

July 2018 – December 2018
Opening Hours: 7.30pm – 12am (Last entry at 10.30pm)
Ticketing Prices:
Adult: S$22
Child: S$16 (Ages 3 to 12)

The one kilometer-long trail will allow guests to explore Singapore Zoo at night when the animals are asleep.

Touted as a mesmerising multimedia experience, the night walk consists of 11 zones.

Inside, the four integral zones include:

 Sing Like an Animal demonstrates how the earth plays music for those that will listen. Along with the Creature Crew, guests use their whispers and songs to help the luminous forest flourish.

 Call of the Wild wows with an astounding visual narrative of how the Creature Crew bands together in times of adversity to overcome all challenges.

 Play Like an Animal has embraces the mischievous and playful nature of the Creature Crew and encourages guests to join in their fun!

 Wall of Fame captures the essence of the motto for Rainforest Lumina – “We are One”. Expect to leave with a photo memory with your Creature Crew friend at the end of the experience!

The Creature Crew, a quirky group of unlikely heroes, including Orangutan, Flying Fox, Sloth, Chameleon, Asian small-clawed otter, Pangolin, Hornbill, and Tiger cub, will accompany guests on the tour.

The event is a collaboration between Wildlife Reserves Singapore and Moment Factory.

All photos via Wildlife Reserves Singapore, unless stated otherwise

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