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Calauit Island, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines
4 years ago
Go on an animal adventure at Calauit Safari Park—the Philippines’ game reserve and wildlife sanctuary! Feed giraffes, run beside zebras, and pet turtles on your four-wheel-drive journey across the Africa-like expanse. The beautiful zoo houses a large population of animals, including the endangered species of Calamian deers, freshwater crocodiles, impalas, and waterbucks. Remember to be responsible—and respectful—as you spend your day with your new friends!
4 years ago
Chiang Mai Night Safari transforms the night into a thrilling adventure of animal encounters! Tour three zones (either via an open-sided tran or on foot) to come across over 1,400 different critters. You may even come face-to-face with some of them during feeding and petting activities! Before the evening ends, watch the waters ebb and flow in the dancing fountain; or, catch the park’s famous laser light show!
4 years ago
It may be a long drive to Taman Safari Indonesia, but the 170-hectare animal sanctuary makes it worth every kilometer! Drive through the park and see about 2,500 animals roaming through their natural habitat. Pack lots of carrots and apples to feed the creatures straight out of your car window. There’s also a petting zoo, in case your kids want to get up close and personal. Catch an Elephant or a Dolphin Show, and make the day even more fun!
5 years ago
Take a walk on the wild side at Singapore’s Night Safari. The park comes to life after dark with all sorts of creatures: curious civets, fierce felines, and cheeky elephants. Some of them even display their talents in the Creature of the Night Show. Singapore Zoo is just next door, deep in sleep by the time all the fun in the Night Safari starts. The kids may have to stay up a bit after bedtime, but they won’t forget an experience like this! Long queues gather for a 40-minute expedition through the forest on a tram. Instead, opt for a leisurely walk on one of their four trails. There are fewer crowds, allowing you more time at each enclosure. Thrilling wild cats prowl along the Leopard Trail and Fishing Cat Trail while unusual creatures scurry about on the East Lodge Trail and Wallaby Trail. Hydrate, dress cool, and wear insect repellent! A small toy will also help in the case of long lines for the tram.
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