Mandai Wildlife to Open New Attractions, Green Spaces
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Mandai Wildlife Reserve to Welcome New Attractions, More Green Spaces

Mandai Wildlife to Open New Attractions Green Spaces Photo by Mandai Wildlife Group

Planning to visit Mandai Wildlife Reserve parks soon? Great news, because Singapore’s nature destination has unveiled its plans for new attractions and more green areas, to be launched inside its space soon!

The wildlife reserve, operated by the Mandai Wildlife Group, is set to open a series of these new attractions for nature lovers and kids. This includes The Mandai Boardwalk, a freely accessible boardwalk that boasts a breathtaking view of the Upper Seletar Reservoir, to be launched later this year.

By the first half of 2025, the reserve is also expected to open the Mandai Rainforest Resort, a 338-room resort to be operated by Banyan Group. The luxurious hotel will encourage a “conscious stay” with its 24 elevated seed pod-shaped treehouses and a Super Low Energy (SLE) certification.

Other amenities include a gym room, a rooftop swimming pool, and a wellness centre, which will offer Banyan Tree’s renowned spa treatments.

To top it off, Mandai Wildlife also plans to build nature-based activities throughout the year, which include the 12.6-ha Rainforest Wild Asia, the continent’s first zoological park to integrate adventure elements. The multi-layered rainforest will have forest treks, a 220-metre cavern that houses various reptiles and invertebrates, and rock formations, among others.

There’s also the Rainforest Wild Africa, offering Madagascar and Afro-Tropical-themed landscapes, featuring animals like the Pygmy Hippo and Okapi.

For those seeking an edutainment experience, two buildings will also be built for immersive indoor spaces where kids and kids-at-heart can play while learning. These are Exploria, a virtual experience of the Earth’s most fascinating species; Green Canvas, a green space for nature-themed events; Mandai Gallery, a free-access exhibition space; Curiosity Cove, an indoor setting that will showcase flora and fauna; and ZooSchool, which will feature nature-based outdoor adventure programmes.

The soon-to-open attractions are part of Mandai Wildlife’s goal of immersing locals and tourists in the destination’s nature and wildlife experiences while facilitating natural conservation.

Stay tuned for the opening of Mandai Wildlife Reserve’s new attractions by visiting their website or following their Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok pages.

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