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Chiang Mai Zoo
Chiang Mai Zoo
“There are more exciting things to do”
The zoo in Chiang Mai is located very nicely at a hill. In the zoo you have a nice view at the city. Some of the animals have spacious habitats, but some other very small ones. We saw fishes in an habitat so small that they were not able to swim or even turn around. The location at the hill is nice, but if you decide not to take the zoo public transport (which you have to buy tickets for) it is quite a heavy and long walk around the zoo. There are not amazingly much habitats and the space betwee
“Zoo is very large and far”
If you are looking to do something other than see temples, this is an ok alternative. The zoo is vast, not easily walkable and it's a bit far from the city. There is an aquarium and panda building located inside the zoo, but both are extra admission fees. They have a fairly extensive bird park, and there are two elephants located in the zoo, but the elephants felt more like a tourist attraction then well kept animals. I am not sure I would recommend this site for an off day, due to the price and
“Good place to spend a day off, but I also have somethings else to say as well”
Alright, I've been to Chiang Mai Zoo many times before but I didn't feel like I wanted to review it until now. There are many things and feelings to say about this zoo. From the entrance of the zoo to the bus station there are good decorations but it might be difficult for disability people as the zoo situated on mountains, it's quite a slope. The ticket includes both bus and monorail and I suggest you to take both rides but the drivers who guide you all through each area are not speaking lots o
“Be prepared to hike”
Most excited to see Gibbon Island at the Chiang Mai Zoo and four different species of gibbons didn't disappoint. At first the thinking was just a nice walk to the gibbon area, yet the significant elevation changes combined with the high heat and humidity meant that the people mover bus was the best way to move around the zoo. But skip the monorail as it would be impossible to find a slower way around the zoo (only benefit was the air conditioning).
Bryan Y, 2012-11-24
“A zoo to visit”
We went to the zoo to see especially those animals you don't or hardly see in German/European zoos: Panda, Koala, Hyrax, Cacadoo, Emu, Kasuar, white Tigers... It was fantastic to walk through the huge bird cage area and see the feeding of the fish in the aquarium. The possibility to feed some of the animals was a great experience, most of all the Leopard! Good is that you are not paying for all at once but can save the money if you don't want to see the aquarium for example. Negative was, that s
“Good value, and nice way to escape own for half a day”
We visited the zoo in mid November 2012. Found the Panda exhibit v informative and well done. All the usual suspects but in nice park grounds which make for a very pleasant walk. A very good and entertaining half day plus excursion.
“Great time !”
I have been to several zoo in the world, and the one in Chiang Mai in far away the best one I have ever been. It is big and well organized for the travellers not to miss any of the animals. The animals seem to be happy there and the zoo is nice. I was glad to see the famous Panda even if one of them was sleeping. Feeding the pingins was a cute experience as well. One negative point: the snow dome does not worth it.
Alexandre K, 2012-11-21
“Well worth a visit.”
We took 5 hours to get around, paid for entrance, bus and entry to Polar bears, food to feed the animals, including Tuk Tuk there and back all less than 1000baht. (£20) for two. I don't enjoy zoo's normally but here most the animals have excellent places to live. They are building and improving others too. Cheap good interactive day out.
“Great Aquarium and Zoo”
Went round the zoo in about 5hours including visiting the aquarium. The zoo was huge and I was glad we purchased the hop on, hop off bus ticket. The aquarium is brilliant, especially because of the underwater tunnel, It's worth a visit. Please be aware it's extra to visit the aquarium and if you want to see the panda and the penguins, these too was at an extra cost. The tram was okay, very slow and you couldn't see a lot. The bus is the best way to travel round the park.
“Pandas are the draw factors, we think the 100 baht per person per entry was value for money.”
The zoo is hilly so absolutely necessary to take the trolley bus and monorail especially on a hot day, 70 baht was worth it. The three pandas are the anchor of the zoo. Although every attraction or amenity requires additional entrance fees, some like the pandas were well worth it. One of the pandas was born in the zoo too. Great easy family outing attraction.
Tony B, 2012-06-04
Chiang Mai Zoo
100 Huay Kaew Road, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Every other year I buy a membership because my child and her cousin love to go. When we heard that the Space Shuttle Enterprise was coming to town we were excited even though it never went to space. Long story short, you don't get to go inside the shuttle. There is very little interactive displays. My sister went to see the one in Washington DC, she
went inside and it was free.
The rest of the museum is as fantastic as ever. The family still enjoys it.
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