AttractionsIt’s back: Singapore goes wild with the animals again

Muffins with the macaws? Roti with the reptiles? Here’s your chance

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Singapore Zoo's iconic dining programme has its roots as Breakfast with Ah Meng.
Singapore Zoo's iconic dining programme has its roots as Breakfast with Ah Meng. Photo Credit: Mandai Wildlife Group.

It’s time to get reacquainted with the animals at Singapore Zoo where the signature breakfast programme is back after a two-year hiatus brought on by the pandemic.

Rebranded as Breakfast in the Wild, the enhanced experience includes a 30-minute presentation featuring animals including orangutans, macaws, tamandua (also known as the Lesser Anteater), coatimundis (a relative of the racoon) and reptiles.

Singapore Zoo's iconic dining programme has its roots as Breakfast with Ah Meng, which launched in 1982, with the late Ah Meng, Singapore’s universally loved Sumatran Orangutan.

An interaction area with the animals and their care team provides great photo opportunities.

Breakfast in the Wild is available from 9.00am to 10:30am on weekends and public holidays.

Advanced bookings of at least three days are encouraged and can be made at https://www.mandai.com/en/ticketing/add-ons/parks-selection.html.

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