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Wildlife Cultural Park Kinantan

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Wildlife Cultural Park Kinantan

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Jln. Jendral Ahmad Yani, Bukittinggi 26113 Indonesia
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3 day Tour Discovering Culture and Nature in Minangkabau Land
4WD, ATV & Off-Road Tours

3 day Tour Discovering Culture and Nature in Minangkabau Land

We offer our costumers with the unique programs and interesting trip. We specializes in exploring both the culture and nature in our land which you'll not find in the other places that's why our brand is "Minangkabau_Adventures".
$150.00 per adult
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Marcella wrote a review Dec 2019
Rotterdam, The Netherlands51 contributions4 helpful votes
This Zoo is awefull!!! The animals have way to small space and looked very sad. Especially the Elephants seemed depressed, 1 was chained to his legs and could not move, the other one tried to escape by bumping his head to the fence. Also the bears had only a little cage without any grass, trees or nature around them. Very sad to watch and we left soon after seeing this. This Zoo should be closed !!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Sanne S wrote a review Sep 2018
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We bought a ticket to visit Fort de Kock and since the zoo turned out to be attached to this park, it was a ticket for the zoo as well. The condition of the zoo is terrible for the animals captured there. Immediately at the entrance, we saw a chained elephant in the heat with no where to go... Other animals look underfed. This place really has to close down! Fort de Kock was not that special, so please avoid buying a ticket supporting this zoo and skip this place completely on your trip. There are way nicer places to go in the area!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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john h wrote a review Aug 2018
Canberra31 contributions10 helpful votes
For a country with limited resources for infrastructure, this is an OK zoo. Most compounds are of adequate size- animals can move around freely. Compounds are mostly kept clean, but with more funds, they could easily be made more pleasant for both animals and visitors. Almost all animals appeared to be in good health. A few criticisms: some birds and animals were in cages on their own, and appeared to be pining for company. And in the Fort de Kock side, one of the on-site warungs keeps a gibbon locked up in a small cage! The park authorities should de-licence the warung, and put the gibbon in a proper compound within the zoo itself.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Danny Too wrote a review Apr 2018
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia1,214 contributions468 helpful votes
This zoo is pretty interesting but the condition and welfare of the animal is pretty depressing. Anyway, this area was called "Storm Park" back in the 1990s, a favourite place amongst the locals where they can see the flower park. In 1929, the Dutch are the ones who set up the zoo. Now hundreds of animals were kept in the zoo securely in a representative place and there has been effort to save rare animals from extinction. However, the caretaker and administrator of this place need to improve to ensure the welfare of the animals are well taken care of.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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pipin p wrote a review Dec 2017
Jakarta, Indonesia250 contributions34 helpful votes
Come here from FDK, passing the Limpapeh Bridge. Many families spend time here. Here you can see Baanjuang house too. You could wear traditional suits too.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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