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Dusit Zoo - CLOSED

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Dusit Zoo - CLOSED

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71 Rama 5 Rd. Dusit, Bangkok 10300 Thailand
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Half-Day Bangkok City Highlights Small-Group Tour with Lunch
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Half-Day Bangkok City Highlights Small-Group Tour with Lunch

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See the top sights in Bangkok without the hassle of navigating the city’s hectic streets by booking a guided tour that takes you to attractions such as Wat Pho, the Grand Palace, and Chinatown. Ideal for busy travelers who want to see the main attractions in one day, this tour covers your admission to each site so you don’t waste time booking individual tickets.
$100.98 per adult
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Sharif Razi Al Mahmud wrote a review May 2019
Dhaka City, Bangladesh94 contributions25 helpful votes
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I just loved that place. I traveled with my family and they liked it most. So many Animals & Birds and very open places. You can walk and take rest. It is very nice place to visit.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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pierre m wrote a review May 2019
Rivas, Nicaragua147 contributions83 helpful votes
nice place for a relaxed afternoon out of the traffic ,not many barangs , be sure to go on a sunday to see thai family with their kids , it is nice to see them kids amazement ,
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Guru Chillaxi wrote a review Jan 2019
Bangkok, Thailand371 contributions60 helpful votes
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I am a local who has been grown up with Dusit zoo 50 years ago, it was an only zoo Thailand had and was very very large and seems to take forever to complete the visit for me then. I just want to add more pictures I took during my last visit on September 22nd , about a week before its closing date. So long Dusit zoo, you will be missed.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Seven L wrote a review Oct 2018
209 contributions16 helpful votes
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Our family just want to spend our last visit to Dusit Zoo to bid farewell before it is closed for good (after 80 years of the operation at this location). Even though a week after our visit, the zoo will be closed, but most of the animals (if not all) were still there. We actually saw all of the animals we hoped to see. . Maybe it is not as elegant as other zoos in many countries but considering the price of the entrance fees (100 THB for adult, 20 THB for child, or 150THB for non-residents) I think Dusit Zoo has the job done really well. For extra fees (30THB) kids can also enjoy a short break at the small water park if they like. The kids love feeding the hippos and the fish in the ponds. Other activities include a paddle boat ride on the lake, or taking a stroll on the zoo's small train, and there were several shows throughout the day. There is a small library/art room with A/C inside the zoo where my kids took a short break from the heat. There are papers, crayon, color pencils, books, provided in the room too. This is truly a place for family to enjoy. . It is one of my favorite childhood places, and it is very sad to see it closed.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Dan K wrote a review Sep 2018
The Hague, The Netherlands5,470 contributions339 helpful votes
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Sunday 30 September was the last possibility to visit Dusit Zoo. The zoo has closed for good and will me moved to a bigger location in Thanyaburi. I must say the Thai concept of a zoo differs a lot from a western point of view. There where food markets and cars driving around. The zoo wasn’t that bad. The animals have fairly large enclosures. The big pond in the middle is nice and offers nice views on the palace of the king. Not all animals are there, as some of them where already moved. With an entrance fee of 150 THB it was money well spend for a nice visit.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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