Chiang Mai Zoo Aquarium, Chiang Mai

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Browse the linked underwater tunnels of sea and freshwater fish at Chiang Mai Zoo Aquarium. The tunnels have a combined length of 133 m (436 ft) and feature over 250 species of fish. The aquarium organizes many fish feeding activities, such as bottle feeding young Koi or using a rod to feed those able to jump up into the air. If you make a reservation in advance, you can also dive or snorkel through the vast underwater tunnels and interact with the fish. Note that young children and people with mobility issues might have a little trouble navigating through the exhibits due to the steepness of the walkways. Put Chiang Mai Zoo Aquarium and other Chiang Mai attractions into our Chiang Mai road trip tool , and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Deeply disturbing massive zoo with tiny enclosures for some of the larger animals, yet inexplicably huge aviaries for a handful of walking birds?! Elephants chained up with shouting keepers trying to ...  more »
  • CHIANGMAI AQUARIUM The bustling city of Chiang Mai,Thailand is nowhere near the ocean, but be that as it may, this one fact should in no way be cause for lament! If you somehow still dream of hobnobbi...  more »
  • My husband and I were very disappointed. You pay at the gate to get in. We got there at 1:15pm and went to rent a golf cart to drive from exhibit to exhibit but were told the carts won't be fully char...  more »
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  • Despite bad reviews we have it a go and enjoyed it immensely. The variety of fish was focused towards freshwater. You can feed carp and rays and there is even and option for diving. Feeding times are clearly shown upon entry. Now, the floor is cobbled together witch lessons the atmosphere. The tunnel was great but conveyor was not running. The only tank I claim to be too small was the sea turtles. Pricey but enjoyable.
  • Located in the Zoo and at an additional 450bht pp it's terribly expensive for what it is and how run down it is. It stinks too. Also you have to pay for entry to the Zoo and every other feature at the Zoo. Oh and it's on a massive hill and everything is miles apart. Massive regret wasting my time at this place. It honestly feels post apocolyptic!
  • My partner and I visited the Chiang Mai Aquarium the other day for the first time. We bought the ticket from the Zoo entrance as we thought we May aswell see it while we were there. Walking around the aquarium took about maybe an hour, it was pretty smelly and in desperate need of a renovation. I don't remember how much it was but it is worth going to if you're wanting something see and do
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