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New Breakfast In The Wild Buffet At Singapore Zoo: Interaction With Animals, Photo Ops & More

New Breakfast In The Wild Buffet At Singapore Zoo: Interaction With Animals, Photo Ops & More

Lifestyle Food Activities & Events
By Karmen on 20 Oct 2022
Digital Editor

After a two-year hiatus, Singapore Zoo's signature breakfast programme with animal interaction is back and rebranded as Breakfast in the Wild.


As you might guess by its name, the all-new experience is now wilder, with animal interaction and photo areas as well as a 30-minute presentation featuring animals including orangutans, macaws, tamandua, coatimundis and reptiles.

Breakfast in the Wild Interaction areaPhoto from Mandai Wildlife Group

Along with the close-up wildlife interactions is a halal buffet spread of hearty local and international dishes. The food is thoughtfully created with environmentally sourced ingredients. Sustainably sourced palm oil and wildlife-friendly OWA coffee are used, and the menu has also intentionally omitted beef because of its high environmental impact.

Some highlights include cold appetisers including Greek Breakfast Pita and Cheese Board with Grape & Relish, Western delights like Sauteed Onion Chicken Chipolata, and local comfort food like Fried Mee Siam, Sambar Curry and You Tiao & Butterfly Bun with Soya Milk.
Of course, there are breakfast essentials like croissants, chocolate rolls and custard pastries, and eggs done in every rendition from Eggs Benedict and sunny side up to an omelette. The young ones will also have their fill of unlimited cereals like Koko Krunch and Fruit Loops.
Complete the feast with drinks including fresh juices, freshly brewed coffee and tea.

Buffet spread at Breakfast in the Wild at Singapore ZooPhoto from Mandai Wildlife Group

Breakfast in the Wild is available from 9 to 10.30am on weekends and public holidays. Catch up with the animals and their keepers between 9.30 and 10am. 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. Note that 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.

It's best to make an advanced booking at as seats are limited. Check out the full menu here.

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