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I'm sure the owners' intentions for the animals are good but this place isn't where I would like to be if I was a tiger/bird/bear/giant fish/etc. The animals barely have any place to move in their cages (more like jails). God knows how cramped those...More
This zoo is quite intriguing as it is always featured in medias before. It has a decent number of animal species in captivity inside the zoo. There's also an interactive activity with the animals. A must visit place in the area.
Quick trip since we have nothing to do during the weekend. You can have a photo with the Tiger, Orangutan and Snakes which you'll have to pay. There were more animals the last time we've visited which was 10 years ago.
So far Malabon Zoo is worth the trip in some way as compared to other zoos such as the Manila Zoo. This is privately owned as far as I know that is why expect it to be better than government-owned zoos. Given the cramped place...that...More
The entrance fee was very expensive and there is not much to see. Poorly maintained animals in small cages. Needs a lot of improvement, we expect the money to be spent wisely for the welfare of the animals, but by the looks of it, it...More
You won't find any Giraffes or Hippons here..none of the big African animals..but there is quite a number of species to be found and they're all great to look at. I personally enjoyed the Arapaima aquariums because that was the only time I saw fish...More