After a two-year hiatus, Singapore Zoo’s signature breakfast programme is back. Now rebranded as Breakfast in the Wild, the experience includes a spread of local and international flavours and a 30-minute presentation featuring animals such as orang utans, macaws, tamandua (also known as the Lesser Anteater), coatimundis and zen-like reptiles.
Breakfast at the Singapore Zoo
The Singapore Zoo breakfast programme has its roots with Breakfast with Ah Meng. This was first launched in 1982, with the late Ah Meng, Singapore’s well-loved Sumatran Orangutan. This then evolved into Jungle Breakfast with Wildlife and is now Breakfast in the Wild.
Visitors who sign up for Breakfast in the Wild at Singapore Zoo will be able to enjoy a spread that has been created with ingredients that are friendly to wildlife and the planet. The food items are cooked with sustainably sourced palm oil and it features wildlife-friendly OWA coffee which uses beans grown by farmers in Java, Indonesia. The menu also intentionally does not have beef because of its high environmental impact.
Interact with Animals during Breakfast at the Zoo
There is a free-and-easy interaction area and photo points to meet with the animals and their care team, and capture snapshots for keepsake.
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Singapore Zoo’s Breakfast in the Wild is available from 9 am to 10.30 am on weekends and public holidays. The interaction time with the animals and their keepers is between 9.30 am and 10 am.
Booking Tickets for Breakfast in the Wild
Tickets are priced at $45 for adults and $35 for children aged six to 12, while children below the age of six would need to be accompanied by one adult each.
A separate Singapore Zoo admission ticket is required to enjoy the breakfast experience. Friends of Wildlife, Friends of Wildlife Plus and Friends of the Zoo enjoy a 20 per cent discount.
Advanced bookings of at least three days are encouraged. Walk-ins are possible, subject to table availability. Seating is also on a first-come first-served basis.
Make a booking for the Singapore Zoo breakfast experience here.