Do your part for wildlife
While we try to ride through this period of closure, we hope that you can continue to give us your support today, in any of 4 ways.
Here at Mandai, we strive to provide meaningful and memorable wildlife experiences with a focus on protecting biodiversity in Singapore and the region. As a conservation-minded zoological institution, we channel our revenue to help care for the 15,000 animals under our charge.
There are many ways to support us; from adopting an animal, adopting/sponsoring a tree or bench at our parks, planting a tree or volunteering.
Join us today as a wildlife partner for together, we can protect wildlife! For more information, contact us at [email protected].
Your symbolic adoption supports us in our efforts to care for the well-being of our animals. In particular, it helps support the purchase of enriching items such as toys and treats, as well as medical equipment to give them top notch healthcare. Terms and conditions apply.
Choose from 10 of our featured animals to adopt:
Ben and Bella are an adorable penguin couple who never fails to greet their keepers every morning. Inquisitive in nature, they enjoy participating in obstacle courses that their keepers build for them as well as gallivanting in the zoo grounds when the park is closed to visitors.
Originally from Mauritius, Coco has a reserved and gentle nature, and loves spending time under the shade. Weighing about 120kg, she is known to our keepers for being a foodie – and boy does she move fast during meal times!
The biggest of the mob, Rambo is a foodie who absolutely loves his vegetable pellets. He is also very affectionate and loves a good chest and neck rub from his keepers. Rambo spends most of his time chilling in the shade, or grooming his best friend, Hannah.
Matahari is a cheeky sun bear who is often spotted wrestling with her partner, Ballu. She relishes his attention and never eats a meal without him. She has a sweet tooth and is willing to do almost anything for her favourite honeycomb and grapes!
Named after her well-loved grandmother, Ah Meng is sociable and affectionate, and cares deeply for the other orang utans in her habitat. She enjoys the occasional durian treat, and is observed to be very particular about cleanliness.
The princess of the upper hippo pool, Psota hails from a Polish zoo. The bossy lass loves to assert herself on her mate Divo from time to time, to show him who's boss. The couple has a love-hate relationship which is steering more towards the love side of things. Her favourite pastime is munching on her favourite food, tapioca.
Ronnie is an extroverted rabbit who thinks he’s a human. He loves cuddles and hanging out on his keepers’ laps.
The star performer in our Splash Safari Show, Pedro is highly intelligent. He has been conditioned to hold still for routine X-rays, on condition that he is rewarded with his favourite food of ice and fishes, afterwards.
The elusive Bunny loves to snooze and play hide-&-seek in the Fragile Forest. Once in a while, he chooses a new hiding spot that sends his keepers in a tizzy to find him. As a millennial sloth, he is savvy with social media and has his own Instagram account (Follow @bunnythesloth)!
Bosco was born in Singapore Zoo in 2009. He loves to sunbathe when he’s out at his exhibit. The first-time dad is extremely protective of his twins, and does not let them out of his sight. Even during feeding time, he scrutinizes the keepers before allowing them to get close to the twins.
Play a part in protecting and enhancing our natural heritage. Sponsor or adopt a tree, wooden bench or sculpture or plant a tree at our wildlife parks.
This is the perfect opportunity for you, as an individual or a group, to honour a loved one or commemorate a special occasion. In recognition, a personalised plaque bearing your name will be attached onto your sponsored tree, wooden bench or sculpture.