The massive park is divided into 7 different zones that represent 7 different climate conditions. In each area, animals belonging to that particular climate are housed. The different zones in the park are Equatorial Africa, Indian Subcontinent, Himalayan Foothills, Asian Riverine Forest, Nepalese River Valley, Indo-Malayan Region, and Burmese Hillside.
The most popular way to experience the safari is through a tram ride. However, the tour also has a nice walking trail that is lit by the moonlight. The whole park is dimly lit by the moonlight. This is one of the best ways to enjoy the safari. Some trails you will see on the tour are the Fishing Cat Trail, the Wallaby Trail and the Leopard Trail. Close to the Leopard Trail are 2 aviaries that house the flying squirrel and the Malayan flying fox. They are quite rare and perfect to observe in their natural habitat.
A tour of the park is not the only thing the night safari consists of. You also have the Thumbuakar Performance, where pyro warriors amaze you with their fire dancing and fire eating skills. It is followed by a 20 min interactive show called the Creatures of the Night. During this show, nocturnal creatures like the civet cat, hyena, otter, binturong, etc. showcase their talents.