It is more than just a place where animals are kept in cages for viewing, but it encourage more on interactive and playing with the animal - within a safe condition. Every guests were giving a bag of food to feed the animals. The Park basically divided to 4 areas - A, B, C and D. And perhaps in areas B and C are where most of the interactive with the animals happen. There is actually nothing much in area D, just a corridor with a static exhibition.
Apart from a great and fun exhibition and play in the Park, what made it is a great place to visit is its' staffs, almost everyone we meet are friendly and more than willing to explain and help us, and that make the visit more meaningful. Kudos to all the staff at The Park.
The only odd or out of place in the park is, a mineral @ gems shop in the middle of the park (in area C), which really out of concept for an animal park.