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Malabon Zoo, Malabon

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
1.9/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • So far Malabon Zoo is worth the trip in some way as compared to other zoos such as the Manila Zoo. This is privately owned as far as I know that is why expect it to be better than government-owned zoo...  read more »
  • The entrance fee was very expensive and there is not much to see. Poorly maintained animals in small cages. Needs a lot of improvement, we expect the money to be spent wisely for the welfare of the an...  read more »
  • Animals are very crowded. Wont they die if they dont have place to walk around just like being in a jail. But overall not worth the time 
  • Manila zoo will be the best place for animals for its larger cages etc... The animals can move freely unlike here in malabon zoo ohhh sooo grosss the animals are in small and very dirty cages
  • The place is just too small for all the animals & some facilities are already old to provide good quality life for the animals inside.
  • Not good anymore. The area is dirty, animals are stinking and the staffs are not accommodating.
  • The area is quite congested for the great numbers of animals inside of that zoo, plus the bad condition of the air contributes to its unpleasantness. However the zoo look's so awesome, i love their concept of putting a floating running vine plants that serves as their roof, You will surely fell that your'e in a wild forest. !!! (^_^)
  • I was in the Malabon zoo in 2010 and there was a good variety of animals but the zoo is too small for the amount of animals. I was also a bit concerned because it seems that the tiger and other big animal cages were constructed of undersized steel bars. Due to the small enclosures I noticed that one bear was showing signs of trauma because he was constantly going around in circles and bobbing his head all the time. The owner(s) should seriously consider upgrading the facilities because this place has good potential. Maybe getting some companies as corporate sponsors would be one way of achieving this.
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