To encourage guests to visit more than one of its award-winning parks at a time, Wildlife Reserves Singapore will revise the price structure for its multi-park ParkHopper passes from 1 April 2016.
Both local and foreign guests will be able to enjoy more affordable wildlife adventures at the four award-winning Wildlife Reserves Singapore parks—Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, River Safari, Singapore Zoo—when the revised multi-park ParkHopper prices kick in this April. PHOTO CREDITS: WILDLIFE RESERVES SINGAPORE
ParkHopper bundled admission tickets allow guests to visit two or four of its wildlife parks (Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, River Safari, and Singapore Zoo) within seven days from the first park visit. Visitors opting for a four-park excursion will only need to pay $69, which translates to massive savings of $68 as opposed to purchasing single entry park admission tickets*. Those who prefer a two-park visit will save up to $19. Online purchases will receive a further 10 per cent discount on either bundled admission package.
* Four-park rate based on average price of single entry park admission tickets
Mr Mike Barclay, Chief Executive Officer, Wildlife Reserves Singapore, said, “Our four parks each have a distinctive character, and each offers a unique wildlife adventure. We hope that many of our guests will take advantage of our new ParkHopper pricing to enjoy interactions with our living collection in all four of our parks.”
In addition to revised ParkHopper rates, single entry tickets to the four parks will be adjusted. Singaporeans and Permanent Residents will enjoy lower priced tickets through online and onsite purchases throughout the year. There will be a 25 per cent discount for online purchases and a 15 per cent discount for onsite purchases across all four parks.
Senior citizen concessions of up to 60 per cent remain, with the addition of complimentary tram rides at Jurong Bird Park and Singapore Zoo, making it easier and more enjoyable for our golden generation to explore the parks.
Tram and boat ride tickets for both adults and children remain unchanged. Students on school excursions will continue to enjoy heavily subsidised rates of up to 80 per cent. WRS also provides complimentary admission for beneficiaries under WRS’ list of voluntary welfare organisations.
WRS charges are comparable to other leisure attractions in Singapore. Individuals and families keen to make multiple visits throughout the year can sign up for reasonably-priced membership packages.