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See over 1,600 species of domestic and exotic animals at Dusit Zoo, including rare albino barking deer and white Bengal tigers. Established in 1938, it is Thailand's oldest zoo. See live animal shows with trained orangutans, seals, and more, and get up close and personal with animals of all shapes and sizes--some of which you can feed or hold. Numerous rides and amusements provide extra entertainment, including peddle boats and a sightseeing train. Various cafes and stalls provide refreshments and souvenirs. Using our international travel planner, Bangkok attractions like Dusit Zoo can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • October 1, 2017
    Contrary to the bed, my wife and I went to spend a couple of hours. For 150bht I have to say that is not bad as a Zoo. I recommend it.
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  • September 20, 2017
    According to the European standards a clean and comfortable place, there are many less well cared for, I have seen in European countries. Quiet, comfortable, very affordable a big restaurant. The lizards along corridors:)
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  • September 14, 2017
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  • July 13, 2017
    Excellent for Asian standard. It wasn't busy and I was able to enjoy the animals by myself. The animals looked all good and you can see they are being taken care of. Some cages could be bigger, though. For the price definitely worth the visit. Food court was excellent and cheap too.
  • August 22, 2017
    It's fine. Saw some geriatric animals. The birds were the most impressive and I liked the Australian exhibit. There is a massive carp in the Asiatic Bear pond that made me question what I was seeing. Keep a sharp eye on your kids. They could fall over a railing into a crocodile pen or approach one of the free-range water monitors.
  • July 18, 2017
    Always good fun to get away inside the city. Major renovation at the moment so some exhibits aren't open and some things are difficult to find. Hopefully the big cats will be moved to a quieter part of the zoo as they're currently along a busy road. Hello Africa Acrobatic Kenya Show was a definite highlight.
  • September 4, 2017
    Because there is zoo and botanical garden at the same place. There is also a swimming pool for children, and a lake. They have giraffe wich I saw first time in live. Also, lots of food and drink vendors.
  • July 31, 2017
    I went with my wife and 2 year old, we had a great time and 90% of the animals looked well treated. Was not busy at all so we got great views and were able to stoll at our own pace. Very cheap to get in - 300bht for the family. Only negatives really were food selection was poor and the elephant was chained at its feet so couldn't move anywhere.

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