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Although very sad for the imprisoned animals, I really much enjoyed going there 3 times. Beside the tigres and lions, the animals are pretty happy and the elephants are gorgeous. Visit this historical zoo if you can !
to me, some animal enclosures are not safe for the kids unless you hold their hands; especially Hippo and bear enclosures. Fences are too low for kids can climb or slip through. Advise to buy tram tickets at entrance so that you do not need...More
The place was really nice. I have went there for exactly 17 times and it hasn´t changed a bit. I love this place and all of it´s cute animals. I highly recommend this place to try for a visit. YOU WILL LOVE IT.
Me and my partner were first sceptical about this zoo after reading the reviews but decided to go and check it out for ourselves and honestly when we left (barely half an hour into the zoo visit), I had tears in my eyes. The only...More
It's what you might expect from a zoo in Yangon. It's kind of sad and depressing. The enclosures are run down and a bit dirty.
Animals looked well fed, but a bit depressed.
On the plus side we were able to feed the elephants and...More
My friend and I visited this Zoological Garden last September. Entrance fee for foreigner is 3,000 Myanmar Kyats. We spent more than 1.5 hours inside. Please prepare your legs. Once you bought your ticket, head to the right side of the counter, scan the QR...More
Although some of the pens were a little small, the animals looked healthy and happy. There was plenty to see and you could get up close to many amazing animals that you never would back in the uk such as hippos and crocodiles. The more...More
This zoo cannot provide enough space for the animals, imagine the amount of space animals would have in the wild, especially for those species, such as tigers and lions. Those species roam larger distances in their natural habitat. Also, crocodile cage. 100% this place is...More
Zoo is already a concept which can be questioned. Is it reasonable to keep animals in cage ? But beyond this ethical matter, there is reality. And Yangon zoological gardens is a shame, an horrible example of what human being is able to do. White...More
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Three hours is more than enough to explore what the zoo offers; as such, you may not even need to pack any food, especially if you make it a point to grab a bite before heading over. I don't remember seeing anything... More
Three hours is more than enough to explore what the zoo offers; as such, you may not even need to pack any food, especially if you make it a point to grab a bite before heading over. I don't remember seeing anything resembling food stalls, except for an ice cream cart by the entrance and a couple of vendors selling the bananas to feed the elephants.
Yes. There are Gibbon monkeys at the Yangon Zoo. And they are incredibly vocal and loud. But don't get close to the cage, trying to take a picture of them! One of the little thieves might snatch your camera or cellphone. I... More
Yes. There are Gibbon monkeys at the Yangon Zoo. And they are incredibly vocal and loud. But don't get close to the cage, trying to take a picture of them! One of the little thieves might snatch your camera or cellphone. I took a group of Burmese young people and a young lady lost her phone. The monkey quickly dissected it like peeling an orange and tried to eat the battery.