Pokémon Go: Go wild catching ‘em all at Singapore’s Wildlife Parks!

A lot of Pokemon fans across the globe wanted to be the country’s next Pokemon Master. This made Pokemon Go a global hit.

Because of this, Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS), the award-winning company that features Night Safari, Jurong Bird Park, Singapore Zoo, and River Safari, greets wishful trainer guests with a “Wildlife Survival Guide.” This guide is specially crafted with a “Pokemon Go Map” that features each of their park with “pokestops.”

Pokemon Trainers - Wildlife Survival Guide
Pokemon Trainers – Wildlife Survival Guide

Wildlife Reserves Singapore has a total of 78 Pokestops and 8 Pokemon Gyms around all of their four wildlife parks. This is where WRS visitors can embark on their adventure of being the best Pokemon trainer, if not the world, at least of the whole Wildlife Reserves Singapore. Guests will not only enjoy the sights of the animals, which were mostly rare and royal, Pokemon trainer guests also has the chance to seek and catch unusual Pokemon creatures around each of the WRS parks.


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According to some reports, there were sightings of Snorlax lounging at Singapore Zoo’s entrance. Also, a lot of Eevees were seen at the Night Safari. A Spearow was also seen perching on a tree with Lory Loft’s lories at Jurong Bird Park. At times, if you are lucky enough, you will also have rare sights of the magnificent Gyarados swimming with Amazon Flooded Forest’s manatee located at River Safari.

There’s another great deal being offered by Wildlife Reserves Singapore to their guests. They now have the “ParkHopper Specials,” which includes admission to all of their four parks for the price of just two.

Night Safari - Pokemon Go Map
Night Safari – Pokemon Go Map

Now, the 4-park admission to Wildlife Reserves Singapore includes entrance fee to Singapore Zoo, Night Safari, River Safari, and Jurong Bird Park. Adult entrance fee is priced at S$69. On the other hand, children, who are 3-12 years of age, will only have to pay S$49 to enter and enjoy Wildlife Reserves Singapore’s four parks. You can visit http://www.zoo.com.sg/visitor-info/park-hopper-specials.html for more information about their new offering.

You can now start finding and catching rare Pokemons and even win some Pokemon items using WRS’ “Pokémon Go Maps.” Now is the right time to pay a visit to the wildlife reserves and experience a real wild adventure around.

The WRS aims to provide a world-class holiday attractions, which fosters conservation awareness and research. They are also dedicated in educating their visitors about animals and their natural homes. Find more about them by visiting www.wrs.com.sg.

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