WRS is the owner/operator of Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, River Safari and Singapore Zoo. WRS parks exhibits animals and birds in their natural environment for the purpose of conservation, education and recreation.
To inspire an appreciation of nature through exciting and meaningful wildlife experiences.
JURONG BIRD PARK
Opened in 1971, Jurong Bird Park is the largest bird park in the world, offering a 20.2-hectare hillside haven for 8,000 birds representing 600 species. Its Heliconia Repository, with 108 heliconia species and cultivars in its collection, is one of the largest in the region. With key attractions such as the Bird Discovery Centre, African Waterfall Aviary, Lory Loft Aviary, Southeast Asian Birds Aviary and the award-winning African Wetlands, the Bird Park attracted close to 900,000 visitors in 2008.
Night Safari, the world’s first wildlife park for nocturnal animals was opened in 1994 by Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong. Over 1,000 animals from 115 species (of which almost 30% are threatened) inhabit the 40-hectare park. In line with its mission to promote biodiversity, the park focuses on the captive breeding of threatened species. Over the years, it has bred Malayan tigers, Asian elephants, fishing cats, red dholes, anoas, markhors, bantengs and Malayan tapirs, among other endangered species. Night Safari, an eight-time winner of the Best Visitor Attraction Experience (awarded by Singapore Tourism Board) attracts more than 1.1 million visitors yearly.
River Safari is the newest addition to Wildlife Reserves Singapore’s portfolio of award-winning parks. Nestled between Singapore’s two award-winning wildlife parks – Singapore Zoo and Night Safari – River Safari offers an unforgettable adventure inspired by the world’s most iconic rivers. This $160-million attraction features state-of-the-art exhibit design, Southeast Asia's largest panda exhibit as well as the world's largest freshwater aquarium. Housing one of the world’s largest collections of freshwater fauna, the park features over 5,000 animals including 42 endangered species. And that includes Singapore’s resident giant pandas, Kai Kai and Jia Jia.
Singapore Zoo's world famous "Open Concept” offers visitors the opportunity to experience and be inspired b