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Siam Insect Zoo

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Siam Insect Zoo

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23/4 Moo1, Mae Rim-Samoeng Rd Mae Raem Subdistrict, Mae Rim 50180 Thailand
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Nashboroguy wrote a review Jan 2020
Zhangjiagang, China212 contributions85 helpful votes
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Yes. It is a tourist attraction. But, it was very interesting and educational. I was apprehensive at first, but once I was inside, I found it fascinating. Hands-on, lots of educational pieces, and plenty of displays. We spent a good hour going through the place. Nice side trip if you are in the area.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Philip Enrique L wrote a review Jan 2020
Quezon City, Philippines180 contributions92 helpful votes
Besides insects, they have lizards and other animals which the visitors can interact with. If you are into insects, this is worth a visit.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Igou Fred wrote a review Jan 2020
Delémont, Switzerland40 contributions
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Between a museum and a zoo with interaction with some animals ... The people are very kind and patient
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Date of experience: January 2020
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cvu79 wrote a review Nov 2019
Atlanta, Georgia177 contributions110 helpful votes
This zoo is tiny! The first few rooms consist of just dead bugs (though many many of them) to show the various types of insects. Then there’s a small spider section to see live tarantulas in cages then a butterfly garden. After that you enter the stick insect section where a worker helps you hold a large spiny insect. Then you can see a couple of Iguanas, bearded dragons, small turtles, and scorpions. Then that’s it. Overall I would recommend for smaller kids if you’re already in the area. It took us about 30-40 mins to go through the zoo.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Lucy A wrote a review Nov 2019
Nottingham, United Kingdom44 contributions10 helpful votes
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I was not thrilled when my children wanted to visit the Siam Insect Zoo but as it’s their holiday as much as mine we went along. After a squirmy few minutes to begin with the staff put me at ease and apart from the spider room we had a great couple of hours learning about the millions of insects around the world and getting the chance to meet some of them. The butterfly garden was a really tranquil space, followed but the chance to hold possibly the worlds largest stick insect (OK, I’ve just googled it and it’s not the largest, but it is really big!) Added to that there is a collection of reptiles - tortoises and dragons that you can also get close to. A great visit and well recommended.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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