Chinatown is also the place where you will find a rich selection of various Chinese medicines, and local doctors usually give their visitors numerous practical advice. Just like in 60s and 70s of the XX century, there is a traditional night market in Chinatown. Thanks to more than 200 trading outlets, the quarter remains very busy at night. The market, where it is possible to buy antiques and crafts, as well as many other things, is open Sunday to Thursday from 17.00 to 23.00. On Fridays and Saturdays the market is open until 1 am. By the way, many places of interest that have become the symbols of Singapore's Chinatown have no connection with China. For example, these are the Hindu temple of Nagore Durgha and Al-Abrar Mosque, located in Telok Ayer Street , Jamae Mosque and the Sri Mariamman Temple in South Bridge Road Street .
Night Safari is the first and the only safari park that is open not only during the daytime, but also at night. The park is located in the immediate vicinity of the zoological gardens. The park is divided into eight different zones, which have become home to over 1,200 animals, including 110 exotic species. These eight zones copy the conditions of different geographical regions, for example, there is a Southeast Asian rainforest, an African savanna, a Nepalese river valley, a South American pampas and even a Burmese jungle. A 45-minute ride on a narrow gauge railway can become a pleasant alternative to three hiking trails. Two times a night the park hosts a show named Creatures of the Night, during which workers of the zoo show some of the most dangerous species.
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