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Once this place used to be one of the main attraction for family hangout and picnic but now this is almost empty. It's high time authority should look into the issue and renovate place where necessary.
Dhaka Zoo, is a Zoo located in the Mirpur section of Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. The Zoo contains many native and non-native animals and wild life, and hosts about three million visitors each year. A visit to Dhaka Zoo is not only entertaining,...More
There are very few place in dhaka for kids.Mirpur zoo is one of them. But there are some pre caution one should take. Never eat food from zoo gate. Those ase all foods of 2-3 days back. And if you do not ask the price...More
The collection of the animals of the zoo is good enough. The place is also large. But proper care should be taken to the animals. Their food, cage,water all facilities should be enhanced. Deer, Peacocks, Birds, Monkeys are in large amounts. Some rare species are...More
This is a popular spot for Bangladeshi families on Saturday or Sunday afternoons. There are lots of open spaces and a nice atmosphere. It is meant to be educational with very common animals in pens like dogs, chickens, guinea pigs and so on. The cages...More
The zoo in Dhaka has lots of space for people to walk around. The animals are in cages and some of them are rather small. I was very surprised to read on one of the signs on the lion cage which said that lions are...More
firstly, im an american but i have been living in dhaka for 3 years, so im used to the whole... not up to par of a first or 2nd world country. HOWEVER....i take my children here often, but i may not anymore due to the...More
We were at zoo at 3.00pm. From Mirpur Anser camp we hired a CNG auto rickshaw at 150BDT(2 USD).
Entry ticket is 30 BDT for ever one including my four years old son.Not a welcome type entry.
No map or any guide inside. But trees...More