Go On An Ultraman Digital Trail At Night Safari From Now Till 31 Oct

Ultraman at Night Safari 2022
Image: Mandai Wildlife Group
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The Naracoorte Cave at Night Safari has been invaded by Kaiju! But, have no fear, you can help Ultraman take down the Kaiju as part of the themed activities taking place from August till the end of October 2022.

The Kaiju represent wildlife threats such as pollution and deforestation. By scanning QR codes at various stations outside the Naracoorte Cave, Night Safari visitors can learn how they play a part in protecting wildlife, in addition to learning Ultraman-related fun facts. Merlinger, an incarnation of Singapore’s Merlion, will also be there to help Ultraman.


Ultraman at Night Safari: Marking 55 Years Of Ties

The Ultraman activity at Night Safari is part of Singapore Tourism Board and Tsuburaya Productions’ SingapoReimagine–Ultraman collaboration. This commemorates 55 years of diplomatic relations between Singapore and Japan.

Visitors will also be able to take pictures at a mural depicting Ultraman and Merlinger preparing to battle the Kaiju. The artwork highlights the need to protect against biodiversity loss and species like the Malayan Tiger and Sunda Pangolin. It was painted by a local artist DPLMT who also painted the Ultraman mural at Haji Lane.


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Ultraman at Night Safari
Image: Mandai Wildlife Group

For more Ultraman-themed experiences at Night Safari, stop by the Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant. Enjoy specials such as the Ultraman Mini Impossible Burger, Ultraman Chicken Karaage Curry Rice and Hanzagiran Fried Fish & Salted Egg Carbonara.

There is also an Ultraman-themed Safari Tour where you can go on a private buggy tour which includes animal feeding session, reserved seating at the Creatures of the Night animal presentation and exclusive Ultraman premiums. The tour is priced at $560.

For more details, visit the Night Safari website here.

If you do visit Night Safari, be sure to stop by the new civet cat exhibition where you can see these nocturnal animals which are native to Singapore.


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