Your question: Where can I see monkeys in Singapore?

Where can I see wild animals in Singapore?

Here are 10 places to see Singapore wildlife on you next trip to the island city-state.

  • Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. Image Source. …
  • Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. Image Source. …
  • Labrador Nature Reserve. Image Source. …
  • Jurong Bird Park. Image Source. …
  • Pulau Ubin. Image Source. …
  • Punggol Waterway Park. …
  • Serangoon Island. …
  • Singapore Zoo.

How do Singapore deal with monkeys?

If monkeys approach you:

  1. Stop whatever you are doing immediately.
  2. Remain calm and quiet. …
  3. Look away and back off slowly. …
  4. If you are holding an object which is attracting the monkeys, conceal or discard it.
  5. Do not try to hit the monkeys.
  6. If you have a child with you, put him/her on your shoulders.

Are monkeys protected in Singapore?

Six species of birds, including the house crow, common mynah, and white vented mynah are excluded from current protection laws.

How do you scare away monkeys?


Some people recommend using a powerful water pistol or a garden hose. Others suggest firecrackers (although we would highly recommend against this in a residential area where it could disturb other pets) but generally speaking monkeys don’t like loud noises.

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How much is it to get into Monkey Forest?

Ticket Prices 2021

Ticket Pay On the Day – available from the 19th July 1 year Membership
Adults: £9.50 £30.00
Concessions: £9.00 £27.00
Children (aged 3 to 14): £7.50 £22.00
Disabled: £7.00* £22.00

Are there tigers in Singapore?

There are currently about 65 species of mammals in Singapore. Since the founding of modern Singapore in 1819, over 90 species have been recorded, including large species such as tigers, leopards and sambar deer. … The most commonly seen native mammals are the long-tailed macaque and plantain squirrel.

Where can I see animals for free in Singapore?

10 Places to See Animals in Singapore

  • Singapore Zoo, 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826. …
  • Night Safari, 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826. …
  • Jurong Bird Park, 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore 628925. …
  • River Safari, 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826. …
  • S.E.A.

Are monkeys aggressive to humans?

They will attack humans with vicious bites and scratches to maintain their status in the group. … Monkeys can carry parasites and zoonotic diseases that are dangerous to humans.

Do not feed the monkeys Singapore?

SINGAPORE: What do you do when a monkey asks you for food? … Launched at the first annual Human-wildlife Co-existence in Asia: Conflicts and Mitigations Conference on Tuesday (Nov 26), a three-year “No Feeding” campaign aims to teach park-goers and residents near macaque hotspots not to feed the monkeys.

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