Get 40% off Night Safari tickets & pay a visit to Berani the Sunda Pangolin from today

by Vera

With all the hype surrounding Mandai Wildlife Reserve‘s newly-revamped parks and exciting new plans, more exciting news is headed our way with the new Night Safari 2-to-go promotion that entitles all local residents 40% off a pair of tickets from today until 17 November 2021.

40% off tickets

Night Safari

Eligible citizens that fall under the “local residents” bracket include Singaporeans, PRs, employment pass holders, dependent pass and long-term visit pass holders.

In order to redeem this whopping discount, visitors have to sign up for a WildPass, which is free and only requires basic information like your email address. Existing WildPass Holders are also entitled to the discount.

Night Safari show

The promotion runs from today until 17 November 2021, so make sure you purchase your tickets before then. However, the date range to utilise the pass for your visit falls from 28 October 2021 to 18 November 2021, and the date of the visit has to be selected upon receipt of the admission tickets.

This works out to be S$63.60 for two adult tickets tickets at S$31.80 each, and S$43.20 for two child tickets at S$21.60 each for children aged 3 to 12.

These Night Safari tickets must be bought in a pair, and are limited to purchases of up to four ticket bundles per online transaction (i.e. eight tickets maximum).

1-for-1 tickets for HSBC cardholders

Though, if you’re a HSBC cardholder, you’re in luck for an even sweeter deal. Enter the promo code HSBC1FOR1 here to redeem a 1-for-1 deal on either adult or child tickets.

Berani the Sunda Pangolin

Night Safari pangolin
Photo: Night Safari

Also, Night Safari visitors will get a chance to discover hidden Augmented Reality (AR) animals and be educated on how they can play their part in the creatures’ fight against extinction. Find Berani amongst trees and vines in his new exhibit along Leopard Trail.

Get your tickets here.

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