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Loved the zoo very BIG. So I must warn you to have a strategy in going around the zoo. Would suggest this is a day activity. For those with Fun Pass in order to use the gondola go first to the store near it to...More
Only NTD60 to enter and you can pay with your easycard! The park is pretty big, so prepare to walk quite a bit! I decided to check out the insects area before catching the shuttle tram (NTD5 easycard) to the end of the park and...More
This zoo is huge! However, since we came on a drizzly day, there was not much animals visible. You need a comfie pair of shoes to walk around. If you have toddlers, prepare to carry them or bring strollers.
I did not see much toilets...More
My kids really enjoyed Taipei Zoo. They have alot of animals and the entrace is cheap. They have a shutlle where you can start at the end of the park and walk your way towards the front. Only downside is the very long line at...More
It’s a big enough zoo that has a variety of animals to see, good and clean facilities, with enough choices for good food.
Our visit was probably one of the busiest time of the year and yet one would not feel the crowd.
They have a good range of animals to showcase. However, some enclosures are in need of repair. They have ample resting stations with a few vending machines for drinks and light snacks. Consider to bring caps and/or umbrellas if you are visiting in Spring. It...More
The zoo is so big that we could not finish walking. By the time we reached halfway, we were exhuasted. Had to rest few times before moving. In the end we skipped alot of area and took the train to take the maokong gondola instead....More
I am genuinely perplexed by the positive reviews of this zoo. A friend convinced me to go, against my better judgement, and I immediately regretted it. The enclosures were tiny and none of the swimming areas had any water in for the animals. The elephants...More