There are currently around 700 live turtles in the park across many different species, some of which are rare or endangered.
You'll learn all about the different turtles here, from the fearsome bite of the Alligator Snapping Turtle, to the splendour of the shells of the Radiated Tortoise, and the curiosity of the "Six Legged" Tortoise.
You'll also be entertained by the cute Terrapins and Box Turtles that are roaming freely in the park.
You'll find the star of the show right at the entrance - The free ranging giant turtles which you can get up close to pet and feed. They're really friendly!
Vegetables and pellets for feeding the turtles can be purchased at the entrance.
You can feed pallets to the terrapins in these ponds. Some will come right up to you while others will just be chilling and basking in the sun.
Another area with turtles that are roaming freely. The ones here are smaller than the ones at the entrance.
A pond full of terrapins.
Many varieties of turtles which you can get up close to.
The powerful Alligator Snapping Turtles.
The museum is located at multi-recreational park Orto which has many other fun activities as well such as prawning, longkang fishing, and a trampoline park.
There are various restaurants, bistros, and bars here, offering a range of cuisines from local and Chinese, to Western and Thai.
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ORTO, 81 Lor Chencharu #01-16, Singapore 769198
Closed on Tuesdays
Singapore Residents (Pink / Blue IC holders)
Children (3-6 years old): $6
Seniors (62 years old and above): $6
Children (3-6 years old): $10
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