Chiang Mai Zoo, Chiang Mai
About Chiang Mai Zoo, Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai Zoo, Chiang Mai - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 100 Huai Kaeo Rd, 50200, Thailand
Ticket Price: 100 THB
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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At the foot of Doi Suthep, the Chiang Mai Zoo occupies a lush park setting and boasts a fairly comprehensive assortment of animals plus two special attractions (pandas and an aquarium) that require separate admission fees. The aquarium reportedly has Asia's longest viewing tunnel (measuring 113m) and replicates the water environments of Thailand, from the northern rivers to the mangrove swamps and coastal oceans, as well as the Amazon basin.
Chiang Mai Zoo Information
- The children have a concession in the entry fee.
- The entry fee for the aquarium is separate.
- Parking spot is available for THB 10 for motorcycles and THB 50 for cars.
How To reach Chiang Mai Zoo by Public Transport
- Tuk-tuk or a rented bicycles or cars.
Restaurants Near Chiang Mai Zoo
- Huen Huay Keaw Restaurant
- Monkaew coffee
- Palaad Tawanron
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Chiang Mai Zoo, Chiang Mai Reviews - Write a Review
You can easily spend the whole day here. The area is huge. Personal vehicles are allowed with an extra fee which could be convenient if you come as a group or have small children. Parking is available throughout the zoo. Some highlights include the aquarium, snow dome, bird and seal show. Some places require an extra fee. Some facilities are dated and could use better maintenance but overall it is well organized. Food and drinks are available throughout and the prices are not so bad compared to some other parks.
Huge complex, takes around 2h by foot. It's nice that animals have a lot of space, but due to that you need to walk more. If you don't have any chance to visit Zoos in your homeland then one from Chiang Mai is worth visiting. Otherwise rather not.
The zoo is big and has a Giant Panda, those are the only to good things about it. The large animals are contained in very small cages- the elephants can barely move- so it's easier to be watched by people. The aquarium is small and nothing like the pictures with an unreasenable price. There are cheap shutle buses from the city to the zoo.
A great zoo for a reliable price. 1st thing to do inside is to get a SHUTTLE bus!!! 30tbh/each only, but it's so worth it!) Aquarium is up to you, quite good but nothing special. Panda's place is great! Yes it's only was 2 of them, but don't run through the place, relax and spend at least 30 minutes there, Panda will show you something)
Chiang Mai Zoo probably the largest Zoo in Thailand. It's really a big Zoo. and you need 3-4 hours to explore it... and even you need a car cause the zoo is spread everywhere... you have to climb stairs... and it's really tiring as well. there so many animals, but still many cages are empty and waiting to be populated with new animals. But one must take a big bottle of water all the time to keep hydrated.... I really loved visiting the Zoo... and even you can feed the animals.. you just need to pay 10 or 20 baht to buy food for the animals and then you can feed them.... it's highly recommended...
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