Chiang Mai Zoo Aquarium, Chiang Mai

#5 of 7 in Zoos & Aquariums in Chiang Mai Province
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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  • September 21, 2017
    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 »
  • August 13, 2017
    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 »
  • August 3, 2017
    After all that we had read almost expected something horrible. It is a zoo with animals behind fences so Yes if you are great champions of the animals do not go there, if you're not shocked by the zoo, go! You can really get close to animals very closely, real chance! Because in France with the standards you never have the opportunity to feed the giraffes and other animals of the kind! However beyond the shuttle you can take all the time, the park rents golf carts gender or otherwise need a driver because the Park is huge and extremely hilly, the horror with a stroller! Lots of markets! I thought die and more with the heat! If we had known we would have ask the driver to come with us instead of waiting us outside! And ca goes up and down all the time! The aquarium is blah. The species are not terrible, and he deserves a rejuvenation. Beware the cheap restaurant, it of true, just before the aquarium is filthy! We are however not difficult but the neither my husband nor myself could eat that chicken with white rice (bin juice taste), we never ate a thing as infected in Thailand! So much so that I'm asking children not eating and we bought them ice cream! Good idea to exit if you are in chiang mai after seeing the doi Suthep. We have however not everything seen as tired, and the Park is really huge!
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