Located within ORTO at Khatib, The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum has reopened and is welcoming back visitors once again.
For those who aren’t familiar with the attraction, The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum is more a mini-zoo than a typical museum. It is home to a huge number of the shelled, quadrupedal reptiles, including some which roam freely about the compound.
It is a kid-friendly attraction where little ones can get up-close to the turtles and tortoises.
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A highlight of any visit is the chance to feed the animals. For a small fee of $2, visitors can pick up some feed, either vegetables or fish food pellets.
Feeding the tortoises is extremely enjoyable and there is something about watching them chomp down on the food that is completely satisfying.
The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum Reopen in Phase 2
As part of The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum’s reopening, safety measures such as wearing of face masks, group of no more than five and safe distancing of at least one metre between groups apply.
Tickets can be purchased at the entrance.
Take note that if the Museum gets too crowded, they will have to regulate the entry of visitors.
The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum’s opening hours are between 10 am to 6 pm, everyday, including public holidays. Singapore residents’ admission rate is $10 for adults and $6 for children between 3 to 6 years old and seniors.
Read more about The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum in our story here.