Oasis Park (Fuerteventura, Spain)
Our holiday this year in June took us to Fuerteventura. Like every other time we've gone aboard there is always an excursion to go to their local zoo. Fuerteventura was no exception and we jumped at the chance of going, especially as most of the excursions there were not suitable for young children this sounded like the perfect day ... out.
**All about Oasis Park**
Oasis Park is the largest zoo in the Canary Islands with an impressive 800,000 m2 plus of open space, more than 250 types of animals. The park offers the biggest cactus garden and more than 6,800 species of exotic plants from all over the world all around the park.
There are four shows that go on at different times the day so you'll be sure not to miss any of them. Shows include parrot show, reptiles, sea lions and the incredible birds of prey, if that wasn't enough for you, you can also ride on a camel in Oasis Park Camel Safari.
There are three restaurants scattered around the park with a large variety of Canarian dishes for the whole family to enjoy.
**Prices and Opening Times**
Prices for Oasis Park are very reasonable at 24euro each for adults and children 3 to 11 years old pay 11eurors each and under 3's get in for free. If you book via an agent you are likely to get around 3euros knocked off the original price, which isn't a great deal but every little helps.
Opening times are everyday from 9:30am to 18:00pm.
**How do we get there?**
Oasis Park run their own free bus and ship service with customers travelling from Fuerteventura with four coaches with 59 seats and one 87 seated double decker. All buses are equipped with air conditioning, TV, video and stereo. Or if you are located in Lanzarote you can get a ship from 40euros an adult and 20euros for children from the ages of 3 to 11.
If you're travelling from Lanzarote the prices are 40euroes each per adult and 20euros per child from the ages of 3 to 11.
**Getting There via Bus**
As we were situated in a private house in Caleta De Fuste instead of a resort or hotel, we had to travel to the nearest hotel where the Oasis Park bus picked us up. Lucky the nearest hotel for this was a five minute walk away. We got picked up 8:30am due to the 45 minute drive it takes to get there, we got a double decker bus and it was rammed, we managed to get a seat with Leah having to sit on our knees.
Due to the journey being 45 minutes, they break the journey a little by stopping half way to have a look at the sand dunes, which by the way when you step out of the air conditioned coach the heat hits you like a tonne of bricks due to the space being so open and the strong sun bouncing off the sand. It felt like you were at the Shari Desert, magical, something you'll properly never see again. You don't have long at the sand dunes, around five minutes, which is enough just with the sun alone. Then it is full steam ahead to Oasis Park.
Oasis Park do say they have TV, radio and video on all buses for our entertainment, however we didn't see any of this in action.
**Arriving at the Park**
Arriving at the park with the other coaches, as you can imagine that is a lot of people. As everyone is getting picked up at different times and the coaches are all going to different locations and hotels, you need to make sure before entering the park you know what time your bus is arriving and what bus number you're getting on. Doing this is a little rushed and confusing as no one knows where to look, there is a little notice board with all the information on that you will need. Remembering this information will save you a long and very costly taxi journey back to your resort.
Queuing up with everyone else to pay or in our case as we all ready paid before entering the park via an agent we needed to get stamped to verify our entry. Thankfully all this part is under a shelter so no need to worry about the blistering heat. It is also worth noting to slap on plenty of high factor sunscreen before entering the park and always carry a bottle with you as you are likely to forget while looking at all the animals and exploring.
**Entering and What Animals Am I Going To See?**
Upon entering the park you are transformed into a magical word of exotic plants and animals. The first animals you will see outside are Titis De Pincel Blanco, is a type of monkey you will find these lovely creatures hanging around on trees and jumping from one tree to another. Followed on from Titis De Pincel are Tamarinos Labiado, which both come from the same monkey family.
Going through metal doors, which are through the park, you have to close behind you so some of the wondering animals can't escape into another encloser you are taken to see Tortugas Africanas, which are one of the smallest tortoises in the world. At the time Mr and Mrs Tortoises decided to have a little va va voom at the time if you know what I mean? And yes I did take a picture for you all to see.
The first show you will encounter is the Parrott Show. Here you will see a number of different parrots all with different markings and tricks to do. All the staff who do shows all speak in Spanish first and then English this is due to the local schools etc, He tells you about the animals, what they can do and what tricks they are going to perform.
This is a first magical show, which everyone enjoys. There is limited seating in the Parrot Show so be warned you may be standing outside hovering over peoples heads to get a look. The parrots do tricks such as riding a bike, pick colours, shapes and numbers, relax on a deck chair and fly across the audience's head so you can see the beautiful animals in all their glory.
All shows last for around 10 minutes.
From the show you are taken to see Lemures De Collar, these animals are not roaming around the enclosure but are instead in their own cage with lots of trees, plants and flowers for shelter.
The second show of the day takes you to see the Reptiles. This is another great show where there are two members of staff telling you about snakes, crocodiles and other exotic reptiles living in Spain and around the world, as well as having live adult crocodiles behind them. They picked four members out from the audience to take part in an 'experiment', which in fact is a good excuse to get them to do silly things to make the rest of the audience laugh, like pretending to take an animal out of a box when it fact its a cuddly toy. The last box however is a 6ft python, which gets wrapped around their heads and a picture taken as well with the python and staff.
The staff wonder around with the animals for you to touch if you want.
Following the track and post signs you're taken to see Serplentes, which comes from the snake family. These creatures live more in the outdoors with a pond nearby.
Straight onto seeing Lemures Cola Anillada, there were a pack of these animals and are so cute, they look like meerkats.
As your walking all around the park there is also a lot of shade due to exotic plants and tress covering the sun giving you little shade if need be.
Going on to see Lago De Flamencos in their big pond with lots and lots of them all standing on one leg, which my daughter found funny.
Crossing a bridge from the Flamencos takes you to see adult Crocodiles. These beasts are situated inside a deep muddy pit surrounded by water. The fence is very high so there is no worry of any accidents happening. There were around four crocodiles inside mostly all together with one in the water poking its head out.
Moving on to a glass enclosure you will see the very gorgeous Mangostas. Now these do really look like Meerkats, they are lively, fast with the cutest face you've ever seen. Nearby you are taken to see Otters, as you can imagine these darlings are very fast and always in the water so a good picture is hard to come by.
Going to the Giraffe's balcony, you are able to see from a height, hippos pool, cheetas hillside and the huge African Birds that take you close to The Big Grand Valley.
While walking to see the other animals you will meet along the way, Raccoons, Lemurs, Kangaroo, Mongooses and more. You will also see the Crocodile nursery, where the baby crocs are in their specially designed pool.
If you want to pee, now is the time as there is a WC sign with an arrow pointing to where it is. The toilets aren't fantastic I have to admit, there is water over the floors near the sinks, the bins are full and overflowing but luckily there is a baby changing table, just remember to take your own matte to put over the table.
There is also a bench situated outside if you need to stop and rest, okay time to move on.
Walking through the open dirt tracks, which on very hot and dry days the staff sprinkle the floor with water to keep the dust down you are taken to see the giraffes. There are plenty of giraffes to see and even though they enclosed behind a very high fence their long necks means they are able to still lick your hands if you put them out. When we were there in June we also are baby giraffes, which was lovely to see.
Quite a walk away from seeing the giraffes you're taken to see Guepardoes, which in English stands for Cheetah. These brilliant animals have a very large space to roam and sometimes can be hard to spot them due to there being hiding places etc.
Walking down from seeing the Cheetas, you're taken to see the Hippos. You know by seeing them on the TV their big animals but when you see them up close you realise just how massive they are, and wow when they open their mouth, they sure do open their mouth. Walking a little further you're taken to see Orice Gacela, which are like deer's, they are roaming around in the open, although behind a fence for your protection.
Onto the next animals called Jaribu Africano, which stands for The African Jabiru. The African Jabiru are big birds with very long beaks.
Next you will see Lago De Tortugas (giant turtle). Giant turtles are situated in a big pool, which I found hard to see anything.
A short walk takes you to see Sabana Africana, which belongs to the deer family and opposite you will see Reserva Camellos (Camels) and very close by is elephants, which you can imagine is a huge part of the park, you are able to see the elephants up close or sit inside with windows all around so you have a great view of the elephants and camels enclosure. From seeing them and with a little walk you are able to see zebras in all their glory.
Here if you wish you are able to ride a Camel on Oasis Park Safari, which is an extra 10euros each for adults and 5euros for children from ages 3 to 11. The safari takes you though spectacular views of the Jandia beaches.
From all this now is the time to have a browse in the surveyor shop. Here you will find lots of cuddly toys for rip off prices, tip save your money and move onto the park if you have children. The park is under shelter with straw ceiling, there is plenty of room for your children and others to play without knocking into each other. From here and onto something to eat in the restaurant is needed with the toilets situated nearby if needed. Restaurant Sabana is a lovely open/outdoor restaurant, with very much a wood, outdoor, forest feeling. Here you will also find cats roaming around, which look wild and scrounging for food that has been dropped. Such a shame to see and when we've had our meal we dropped a few chips for them to eat, which they did without chewing.
This restaurant offers a range of foods for all the family to enjoy, it can sit up to 250 people. My husband and I ate smoked chicken, chips and a salad with coke, while our daughter had the same but smaller with an orange drink. All together with ice cream at the end came to around 25euros.
Now refreshed we move on to the next attraction which is the kids farm, which is situated a little walk from the restaurant. In this little farm you are able to see and stroke some of the animals like, chickens, rabbits, gunnie pigs, hens, baby chickens and goats. Leaving the kids farm there is an anti-bacterial gel you can use to wash your hands especially after stroking the animals.
Onto the third show Sea Lions, this show is undercover so no need to worry about the blistering heat. It is worth noting if you miss any of the shows you are able to go back afterwards as they run a few shows throughout the day at different times, all times are situated outside the show entrance.
The sea lions show takes you to a big seating area where everyone will be able to sit down, unless on a very busy show you are able to stand on the balcony. The show starts with two trainers talking about the sea lions, how they came to be at The Oasis Park and what they've achieved. The purposely leave a gap in the middle of the seating area and poured water down, unknown to us this is where the adult sea lion walks across and kissing some of the audience. We found this was a lovely touch we hadn't seen before at any of the zoos we had been to.
There were four sea lions performing, doing their tricks with their trainers, alone and together with other sea lions. At the end of a 15 minute show all sea lions take to the big pool and wave good buy to the audience before splashing everyone.
A long walk, which feels like a mountain especially in the blistering heat to get to our final show of the day Birds of Prey. The walk is a massive 1.5km up steep hills, there is a free bus that can take you all the way to the top but space is very limited but good for the disabled. While you're walking you're going through the largest Botanical Gardens in Europe. The gardens contain more than 2300 different species and 28000 different plants and cactus plants. Some plants are more than 4m high.
Birds of Prey show is a magical show where you get to see some of the most beautiful birds. You will see eagles, owls and falcons. The staff show you how well they can fly, the speed in which they fly, how they catch their food in flight or on the ground with their magnificent sight. After each bird has done their trick a member of staff brings the bird close up for everyone to see the power and pure muscle of the bird. All birds also fly over the audience (be warned you must be sat down throughout the 10 minute show due to not scare the birds). As you can imagine this was difficult for me but I managed though it, until I had to stand up but that's another story!
At the top you will also find another WC to have a little tinkle and a place to eat. It is also worth noting all over the park there are machines for bottled water, drinks and ice cream.
On the way down and onto the exit you will come past some more animals including Mapaches, also known as raccoons. Lince, who is an animal that belongs to the big cat family. Puercos Espines and other animals from the monkey world, before heading out to the exit and finding your coach.
**My Overall Opinion**
I am pleased to say I think the whole of the park was adequate for pushchairs and disabled users. However, at the beginning of the park I would say this is not the case due to small bridges and narrow paths to get passed. But I am sure there is another entrance to go through where it is easier for you, just ask a member of staff who would be happy to help.
On a whole this was a fantastic day out for all of us, even though you're there all day you do think you'll get around everything in half that time but this is not so. You've literally got something to see or do for the whole time you have there, which I think is fantastic and a great day out for the money.
I would also go as far as saying Oasis Park was the best zoo we've visited while being on holiday.
While we were leaving we saw a lot of men and women who didn't apply their sunscreen throughout the day and needless to say they looked very sore.
We applied sunscreen throughout the day and more so on my daughter who was also covered up.
Leaving to get dropped back off to your hotel the coach takes you straight there without stopping, which we found to be a good thing as by the end of the day you're absolutely shattered and want to get home.
This was a fantastic trip for all the family and one I would recommend to anyone who is going to Fuerteventura or Lanzarote.
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Disneyland Resort Paris - Discoveryland
There are 5 different themed lands at the Disneyland Park, Paris - Fantasyland, Frontierland, Main Street USA, Adventureland and Discoveryland. -LOCATION- Discoveryland is located in the East of the park and is in between Fantasyland and Main Street USA. It is easy to find (especially if you pick up a free park map ... at the entrance) - just walk up Main Street USA towards the castle and you will find it on your right. You can also catch the Disneyland Railroad to and from Discoveryland.
This land is futuristic/space themed. It is similar to Disneyland California and Magic Kingdom's Tomorrowland.
I would say that Discoveryland is actually one of the smaller lands, however it manages to pack a lot inside. Adventureland and Frontierland for example may be bigger but have less main attractions.
Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast - The ride is loosely based around the Disney-Pixar film Toy Story 2. As you make your way down the queue you come across a giant robotic Buzz Lightyear who gives you your briefing, along with diagrams drawn out on a giant Etch-a-Sketch. Buzz explains that the evil emporer Zurg and his evil robotic army are stealing power cells to energise a secret weapon. Without those power cells the toy universe will be powerless and at the mercy of Zurg. Your mission as a new recruit is to find Zurg's robots and secret weapon on Planet Z and blast them with your laser gun, thus retrieving the stolen power cells. You are whisked off to the flight deck where you board an XP-41 Space Cruiser. The Space Cruisers include 2 Astro Blaster guns and seat upto 2 people. You are sent off into space which is virtually pitch black but covered in stars and bright flourescent/neon/UV pictures and lights. You must look out for targets and shoot them with your Astro Blaster. There is also a joystick on the front shield of your Space Cruiser which allows you to spin 360 degrees and effective choose your own ride. Your scores are tallied up on a screen in the front of your Space Cruiser. Queues can be long for this ride but it can be Fasspassed and is eligible for Extra Magic Hours.
Space Mountain: Mission 2 - This is the largest attraction in Discoveryland, infact you can even see it when entering the Disneyland Resort on the Eurostar. Space Mountain is an indoor rollercoaster ride in which you are catapulted off into 'space'. It reaches speeds of 47mph and has a number of inversions. Not for the faint hearted!
Star Tours - There's no missing this attraction as there is a huge X-Wing outside of it. During the queue you will see some of your favouite Star Wars characters such as R2D2 and C3PO. You then board a Starspeeder 3000 (which is actually a simulator) and seatbelt yourselves in to individual seats. You are introduced to your 'pilot' who is an animatronic robot and set off for your space tour... which happens to go a bit wrong! This is definitely one of my favourite rides. The queue can get quite long but it can be Fasspassed.
Captain EO - This is a 3D film with special effects and is considered to be one of the first 4D attractions ever made. It features Michael Jackson and originally ran at Disneyland Paris between 1992-1998 (1986-1994 & 1997 at the American Disney parks). Captain EO was brought back in 2010, shortly after the death of MJ. You are required to wear 3D glasses and the attraction lasts around 15 minutes. The film is almost like an all singing, all dancing Star Wars! I'd say it would be enjoyed by all ages, although the 3D aspect and the villains may be a little scary for very young children (my 4 year old was fine). The preshow is painfully long and drawn out (particularly if you have children with you), however it is quite interesting if you werent aware of Captain EO before and is quite nostalgic for those who have experienced Captain EO in the past.
Orbitron - This is one of the first attractions that you will see when entering Discoveryland. It is a large ride with big gold balls and rockets that rotate around it. Each rocket seats upto 2 people and you are required to wear a seat belt. The rockets rotate around and also have a control inside which enables you to choose how high you fly (similar to the Dumbo ride). This is a nice ride for children, although I have to admit I'm not a big fan as I always feel like I'm going to fall out! The queue line for this ride is quite short but unfortunately the queue does tend to move quite slowly.
Autopia - This 1950's highway themed attraction allows you to drive your own race car (but fear not, the cars are on a track so you cannot crash!). There are a number of different coloured cars to choose from and 2 seperate tracks so you can race your friends. Each car seats upto 2 people and you are required to wear a seatbelt. Although the car is on a track you are still required to use the steering wheel to steer, otherwise you will just keep hitting the sides of the track! Each car also has its own pedal to increase and decrease your speed. The cars don't go very fast but it's a fun ride that is enjoyed by all ages (and particularly thrilling for children who are able to drive themselves). The only downside is that queues can be quite long for Autopia and it cannot be Fastpassed.
Les Mysteres Du Nautilus - Better known as Captain Nemo's Submarine from the film 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea. This is a walk through attraction where you are able to explore the submarine. Certainly not the most exciting attraction but pleasant enough. It rarely has a queue and is suitable for all ages.
Disneyland Railroad - The Disneyland Railroad is a beautifully decorated steam train that goes all around the outside of the Disneyland park. It stops off at all the lands, except Adventureland. The railroad is relaxing, charming and a good way of getting around the park without tiring your feet out. There is a station in Discoveryland to get in and out of the land. Trains run about every 10 minutes but quite often the train is full up and you have to wait for the next one, which is a bit of a pain.
-PLACES TO EAT-
I have always wanted to eat at Buzz Lightyear's Pizza Planet but sadly it's been closed every time I have visited. Other places to eat include Cool Station and Rocket Cafe which are kiosks. I have eaten at Cafe Hyperion which is a fast food restaurant situated inside a large building called Videopolis - the food is similar to many of the other fast food restaurants in the park and is quite overpriced, naturally! Inside Videopolis is teared seating with a stage at the front where they often host live shows. There are also televisions dotted around to watch Disney cartoons on whilst you eat and an arcade to spend some more money on afterwards!
I didn't do any shopping whilst in Discoveryland but there is a large shop outside Star Tours (which sell tons of Star Wars, Captain EO and Discoveryland themed merchendise) and at the exit of Buzz Lightyear's Laser Blast (which specialise in Toy Story merchendise).
The theme in Discoveryland is great - it's really well done and is fun for people of all ages. There's lots to see and do, plus plenty of places to eat. I also like the fact that it's not the biggest land (easier on the feet) but manages to cram a lot inside, without looking or feeling cluttered.
The attractions are good and cater for all different ages. For this reason I would say that Discoveryland is probably one of my favourite lands (along with Fantasyland and the theme of Main Street USA). I definitely recommend Space Mountain to thrill seekers and Star Tours to everybody that is able to ride it (our group ranged from 4 years to 70 years!). I also highly recommend Buzz Lightyear's Laser Blast to kids, big kids, families and Toy Story fans. Autopia and Captain EO are also worth a go.
I fully recommend spending some time in Discoveryland!
(* Fastpass is a free service which allows you to 'jump the queues'. Just pop your park ticket into a Fastpass machine at the entrance of your chosen ride and you will issued with a Fastpass ticket which tells you a time to return to the ride.)
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Korkeasaari Zoo (Helsinki, Finland)
As soon as the holiday to Helsinki and Tallinn was booked, I began looking at what tourist attractions there was in those cities. The first thing I came across for Helsinki was its zoo, which is one of the most popular attractions that it has to offer. I love zoos as it is so it went straight to the top of my list of things I wanted to ... do. What attracted me to this zoo mostly is the fact that it is situated on an island and I have never seen something like that before. Actually, the zoo is the whole island.
== How to get there ==
The easiest and most stress free way of getting to Korkeasaari Zoo is by ferry. At the edge of the market square is quite a large dock where all of the sightseeing ferries can be found. Just across from where you board the ferry is a small booth where you can buy your tickets and the price from here includes the ferry journey as well. The ferry ride is only 15 minutes each way but you also get some lovely views along the way. I really enjoyed the ferry journey as there are lots of little and pretty islands to look at and the view of the city from the middle of the water is quite breathtaking.
You can also get to the zoo by bus and you will need to catch the number 11 from the main train station on platform 8. If you already have a day ticket for the Helsinki transport system, you can use this to get to the island or you can buy a ticket from the driver. It is a lot easier to buy transport tickets from a machine though as I found some of the drivers didn't understand English very well. Unlike on the ferry, you do need to buy your zoo ticket when you get there if you travel by land.
== Quick history of and about the zoo ==
During the 1500s, the citizens of Helsinki were given permission to use the island for public use by the King of Sweden. As it is close to the sea fort, it was once used for storing gun powder and also as a grazing ground before it ever became a zoo and for a long time, it was just used as a public park. Although the island made the change from park to zoo, it still does its best to keep the environment as natural as possible. The zoo is quite steep in places and you can tell from this that where possible, land wont be changed in order to house animals and instead, the enclosures will be built around or on the hilly parts.
== My zoo experience ==
As soon as I got off the ferry, I was really excited. The island looks beautiful from the boat and it just keeps getting better once you are actually there. Just outside of the dock is a small gift shop and hut for return ticket sales should not have one already. We did go into the gift shop before looking at the animals to get it out of the way but I was really disappointed. The gift shop is tiny and doesn't sell a whole lot. While most zoos have a large selection of gifts and souvenirs to buy, this one doesn't. The most you can get is a few varieties of soft toys and postcards but not much else. I love buying things from places like this but I didn't even manage to get one thing this time.
From the beginning of the zoo, it was extremely well signposted and we were easily able to follow it round along with the help of our map. The zoo is split into six sections of animals which are Asia, Africa, Europe, South America, North America and Australia. Due to the island giving the animals large and natural enclosures, it doesn't have the largest range of animals and they certainly aren't as impressive as some zoos I have been to in the past but there are still plenty to keep you entertained. Also, the zoo is proud to have a range of species in risk of being endangered and do all they can to stop this happening.
Korkeasaari has one of the largest cat sections that I have ever seen in a zoo. The Cat Valley is home to animals such as the Asian lion, Amur leopard and the snow tiger. Each of the enclosures was very large and the cats looked to have a lot of space to run around, play and hide all at the same time. Each enclosure looked to suit each animal extremely well and for them to have enough space to be really happy there. Unfortunately, not many of the cats wanted to come out and be seen. We visited the zoo in the middle of July on a scorching hot day so I think they were probably very hot and wanted to hide away in the shade rather than be on show for the public.
The highlight of my trip to this zoo has to be seeing reindeers for the first time. No other zoo I have been to has housed any so I was quite excited to see them and they didn't disappoint me at all. Their enclosure was absolutely massive and I was very impressed to see just how much room they had to run around in. At the time of our visit there were about 10 reindeers in total and they ranged from youngsters to a fully grown adult male. To see them follow each other around was great to see and it really looked like they were enjoying themselves. Seeing this amazing animals was worth the trip alone.
The Africasia section was another favourite of mine. This part of the zoo is all indoors and here you can see a range of reptiles, bugs and other small animals. I had never seen a dwarf mongoose before but I have to say, they are completely adorable. They were so cute and fluffy and I wanted to take a couple of them home with me. These seemed to be one of the highlights of this section of the zoo as it was very busy for a long time and we had to wait a while before we could even get to the edge of their enclosure. Both me and my sister had a lot of fun here trying to find the frogs and snakes in their tanks because a lot of them were great at hiding themselves.
Dotted around the zoo are plenty of benches and picnic areas along with little kiosks selling drinks and ice cream. It was so insanely hot on the day I visited the zoo that these were definitely needed. We found ourselves sitting down at nearly every chance we got just so we could cool down. The drinks and ice creams are reasonably priced as well which was a bit of a shock as places like this tend to charge as much as they possibly can because they know people will pay the prices. Many of the benches are shaded by some large trees so at least you don't have to be in the direct sun all day long. Some of the enclosures around the zoo also have shaded benches just outside of them too so you can watch the animals in peace.
Although the trip to the zoo was fun, I do wish we had gotten to see more of the animals. I don't know if it was the heat that kept them hiding but it did feel a bit like a waste of money when we didn't get to see that much. Luckily, the island and its surroundings are so beautiful that it made up for the shy animals.
== Additional information ==
00099 CITY OF HELSINKI
Street address: Mustikkamaanpolku 12
Customer service/guides (on weekdays): +358 (09) 310 37900, zoo.asy (at) hel.fi
Ticket office: +358 (09) 310 37901
Restaurant, reservation: +358 (09) 696 23731
Euro10 By Land
Child (under 6)
Euro5 By Land
Group (2 adults, 2 children)
Euro30 By Land
Euro47 By Ferry
January - March 10 am - 4 pm
April 10 am - 6 pm
May - Aug 10am - 8pm
September 10am - 6pm
October - December 10 am - 4 pm
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Theme Park / Zoo International
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Theme Park / Zoo International / Is located on Sentosa island. Getting to Sentosa is quite easy. Take a ferry bus or the cable car across. Ferry services are available from the World Trade Centre terminal. Bus services are also available from the World Trade Centre Bus Terminal .
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