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6 Reviews

  1. Jillibeankc6
    Jillibeankc6 25 Comments
     -  06 Dec 2017

    We didn’t spend much time at the zoo. It was pretty small and the weather was very hot. Many of the animals were out of site, and it looked like some of them didn’t have water- I hope it was just somewhere we couldn’t see it. There weren’t very many kinds of animals. I was surprised how many people we saw there.

  2. Evgeny
    Russian Federation 26 Comments
     -  16 Nov 2017

    I thought that this Zoo will be bigger. Mostly snakes and monkeys. I think they need to take care of animals better. The bear looked very skinny. Of course, many people with children, so sometimes a lot of noise in this place.

  3. Shyamli
    Shyamli 31 Comments
     -  06 Jul 2017

    The Dusit Zoo offers one of the best family time in the city as you could go for a Zoo-safari with your loved ones and glimpse over the nature’s beautiful creations: the wild animals roaming in their deliberately crafted natural habitat. A definite treat for your kids, the zoo showcases the king of the jungle, the beautiful birds and a handful of reptiles.

  4. natashameldrum
    United Kingdom 12 Comments
     -  12 Jun 2017

    We visited the Dusit Zoo in Bangkok in May 2016. We were impressed with the amount of attractions on offer there. It was a shame that it was so hot that most of the animals were asleep. We noticed one crocodile was lacking water too as it had all dried up. We will go back with our son next time because we really enjoyed it.

  5. Saeed
    Saeed 20 Comments
     -  09 Jun 2017

    A small and old zoo. Most of the animals are captivated in small enclosures, and they look old and tired. They are not taken care properly. I only enjoyed the seal show and the Kenya acrobat show. A few food stalls are there, but they get closed one or two hours before the zoo closes.

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