While some gates close at sunset, some shutters in Singapore go up transporting you into a world where nocturnal entities come out to play. And by entities, we mean the shy creatures who only come out when dusk falls.
The world's first safari for nocturnal creatures, the Singapore Safari Park which opened its doors on 26th May 1994 currently houses over 2500 animals. The plan for a night safari park was triggered way back in 1980's because of the need for an open space for a few night dwelling animals. It took over four years of strategic planning, hard work and millions of dollars to finally complete this ambitious project.