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Rachel wrote a review Apr 2020
Fantastic experience all round. Myself and Rachel Mannionee enjoy it thoroughly. Will definitely be going back there again.
Date of experience: April 2020
Annfrew wrote a review Jun 2019
Wellington, New Zealand148 contributions71 helpful votes
Are displayed in this large, well landscaped, but old fashioned zoo environment. The cages that housed domestic cats upset me more than anything else. They needed to be at home on someone's bed not huddled on a branch in a bare cage in the rain!
Date of experience: May 2019
2 Helpful votes
Bronwyn wrote a review Feb 2019
Toronto, Canada95 contributions18 helpful votes
Nothing to write home about -- this is a pretty average zoo. Some animals have nicer habitats than others, and you can see all kinds of fish, big cats, giraffes, horses, deer, elephants, snakes, monkeys, and reptiles here. The architecture is the most impressive attraction here.
Date of experience: February 2019
aceelen wrote a review Oct 2016
San Luis Potosi, Mexico30 contributions10 helpful votes
The entrance is a 10m*10m open mouth of national animal: The Tiger. Could also be at Tigers Stadium in Detroit, but it's in Pyongyang. The animals are in good shape, so the don't have leg of food. I never seen a Zoo for house cats and dogs before. The shown animals are mostly donated by the Kim's, but I guess they got them from other country's so the selection is quite random. Lots of turtles somehow. There is a Aqua show with seals. No dolphins or orca. So no Hollywood. But everything is clean and close Distanz (touching) to the animals. Worth to go there. Half a day should be planned to see everything. Food and beverage available. Maybe as a non Asian you will feel like 3rd Party, the other staring at you. Enjoy it.…
Date of experience: October 2016
Igor_JURISIC wrote a review Jan 2016
Maribor, Slovenia235 contributions18 helpful votes
Zoo is not something special. It's a nice zoo, but you can see similar also somewhere else. What makes this zoo special are shows you can see and enjoy.
Date of experience: October 2015