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Dierenpark Taman Indonesia, Kallenkote

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53 reviews
  • Small but Nice was especially birds, a few mammals and speceriken plants from Indonesia and surrounding countries. Nice done with scavenger hunt for the kids. Gode information on the animals and spices. Cat and Luakkat (which makes the most expensive coffee in the world) were clearly visible, as are the squirrels.
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  • A beautiful, small animal park in Indonesian atmosphere. Fine trip for an afternoon. Especially many birds. Beautiful to look at, so colorful. In addition, various other animals. What I like about it, is that you get to see if other animals in other zoos. We, my husband, daughter and I, found the visit worthwhile. Also delicious feasted by the bacon cake. This park also seems to me ideal for school trips.
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  • Fun Zoo under the smoke of Steenwijk. Nice atmosphere, tasty snacks and a good Indonesian toko.
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  • tl;dr: Live music, small area, age category 0 -10/ 60+, food good, staff alright, location remote, price expensive. Dear readers, My first of impression of the zoo was alright. It seemed cozy and there was live music playing. When i entered the the area, There were a lot of stands that sell food. And i saw a lot of elderly people. This made me think that a lot of this was based on nostalgia. The parks size is small. It was rather small compared to most zoo's I have seen in the Netherlands when i was still a kid. There was the main area, a restaurant, the zoo area. The age category was most likely 0 - 10 / 60+ . Even while I was there, I only saw kids and elderly people. Which was kinda sad to see. Given the cultural theme of it. The food was good. There were lot's of typical Indonesian foods. You did have to pay with cash at the stands. We bought snacks and a plate with rice and meat from these stands. We ate with 5 people and we payed approximately €30,- . The quality of the food was alright for the price payed. The snacks bought from the restaurant were also alright and were about €2,50. The snacks were alright at the restaurant and could be bought with either cash or by using pin card. The staff was alright. There was no distinction between workers and visitors this is not a real problem especially since the area is small. Other than that the only staff member was the girl behind the counter of the restaurant whom was very nice. And a man playing the drum instruments with us. Whom was also very friendly. There were a lot of animals. It was very cool to seem them all up close. The animals had enough space and was not to cramped. The birds could be fed with worms or seeds. They had 2 to 3 animal workers the way i saw it. So i hope they maintain the animals well. The music was good. I really liked the Indonesian music. It even gave me some nostalgia. It was nice that you could eat Indonesian food while listening Indonesian music. People were allowed to dance up front, and to even sing. The location was ok. It was kinda remote but it is doable while using navigation. There was a bus stop at the place so it would be possible to go there with public transport. The price was expensive. It was expensive although the area was pretty small. And after you've seen the animals it's only the music that could entertain the visitors. One ticket for one adult is €8,50. Overall, it was fun yet very expensive. I liked seeing those animals and I also liked the Indonesian foods and music. It was really driven by nostalgia. It was really small so people from far should consider if they really like nostalgia or if they came to see a few animals. I hope the place will eventually grow and attract younger people with Indonesian decent. For now I chose 3 out of 5 stars because I think there are a lot of improvements to be made. Like my review if it was any help.
  • Dirty and i saw animals pretty unhappy. Better do something
  • At the time of visit, the park at odds here and there, also, animals felt was missing. Food was present at the Pasar Sate day. I snap, really I don't, that food costs money, also in attraction-and animal parks. But you on such an event 1.50 per stick paid me too much of a good thing. We were with 8 people. You take still each have 3 sticks (4, 50 p/p x 8 = 36 euro), it still drink for everyone, you have been fast 50-60 Euro. The sticks had 3 small pieces of meat sit, thought it was smaller than at the bbq packages in the supermarket. For such an event, I would expect the sticks for a 75 cent, then you can taste what Indonesia is. This makes it just too expensive. Get you anywhere therefore these rating from me. Entrance on time of visit (June 2017) € 8.50 a bit high for the size of the park. I know they now extend to 't and hope they let the same admission fee.
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  • Having never previously heard of the village or park I left me surprised. The partly unused and new building at the entrance turn right away the atmosphere and the impression that this park is still growing. Once in the park you will be greeted by many furnishings and details of, curious laughing kookaburras (which I did mistakenly believe that there were monkeys) and many other beautiful animals. Too bad it was the playground of children, clearly work in progress. Out of the park fell on to make it not just a Zoo is but one that also focuses on the exhibition of Indonesian culture. There would also, in terms of attention some more text and illustrations for may, as in the case of the animals. As it says, for example, a stilt house and there is a lot of clothing but the story behind it is what absent. What struck me were the well-kept basins for the animals. It was neat. Although small, there is a lot of attention to what the park has and also the catering was friendly and above all tasty. Many dishes called question marks on it because I simply have no idea in what it is. And that was simply delicious! Also lets you lead here by surprise. The park is good for a few hours to relax. Never forget that people: take your time to observe. View and admire. I see sometimes people stroll through the Zoo who believe that taking a picture of an animal be confused with an animal. This park earns growth and also visitors. Surprisingly nice decorated and furnished. Thanks to the children's playground with views of a group of happy ducks will also come through it fine here families.
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  • Pasar Sate, all the way from Nunspeet we came for the Alex. Unfortunately it was already opgesmikkeld before we arrived. That was a disappointment. BUT, there was so much else that this trip very worthwhile. What it looked nice, and what was the well groomed and what is that wonderful new Hall ready in time. The Satay babi and udang were tasty but the Satay ajam tasted really like nowhere else, as well merasoh. Compliments, which saw everything in the main hall there again. The included snacks as kue lapis and klepon to share at home we found all delectable. Thank you guys so much. A very successful outing, with discount via the ANWB. Patty and Michael from Nunspeet.
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