Multi-sensory night trail Rainforest Lumina returns to S'pore for last time from Jul. 8, 2021 - Feb. 13, 2022

Only virtual animals involved.

Fasiha Nazren | July 01, 2021, 05:02 PM

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Multi-sensory trail Rainforest Lumina is making a comeback this year.

Debuted in 2018, the third and final season of Rainforest Lumina at the Singapore Zoo will take place from July 8, 2021 till Feb. 13, 2022.

Multi-sensory zones

The attraction offers more than 10 multi-sensory zones where guests can immerse themselves in a symphony of lights, music and interactive play.

The trail aims to inspire guests to care for nature through interactive storytelling elements.

It will be led by the Creature Crew, a team of eight virtual animals, towards a mission to discover how humans and nature are interconnected.

Photo from Wildlife Reserves Singapore.For instance, visitors can find luminous fields of pixel lights that pulsate to rhythm at the Shimmering Islands.

Photo from Wildlife Reserves Singapore.

There will also be a digital thunderstorm with a symphony conducted by Bob the playful otter.

The journey will end with a  laser and projection display.

Photo from Wildlife Reserves Singapore.

One can also look forward to new enhancements in the final instalment of the attraction.

SingapoRediscovers vouchers redeemable

Admission tickets to Rainforest Lumina can be purchased online from July 1, 2021.

Here's how much it costs:

  • Adult/Youth: S$18
  • Child/Senior: S$14

Between July 1 and July 7, tickets can be purchased at 50 per cent off.

Visitors to any of Wildlife Reserves Singapore's day parks can get tickets to Rainforest Lumina at an additional S$10 on top of the day park tickets.

Tickets can also be redeemed with SingapoRediscovers vouchers.

More information can be found here.


Address: Singapore Zoo, 80 Mandai Lake Road Singapore 729826

Opening hours:

Thursdays to Sundays, Public Holidays and Eve of Public Holidays, 7:15pm to 12am.

Last admission at 10:15pm.

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Top image from Wildlife Reserves Singapore.