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The Zoo as others have said is not the best in the world and some of the animals were in need of care.
The standards are not what you would expect in a western zoo.
The Zoo is half walking and half driving. We had...More
The Orchids are wonderful with so many varities. The views from the gardens are superb.The rope bridge is an experience not to be missed.Neither is the cable ride. But you must have a head for heights. The 5D cinema is simply awesome.
Unfortunately when i...More
Pretty long drive from haikou but that is ok.
Better buy tickets online (through hotel) in advance
Book car for the round trip
Can cover the volcano area on the way back
Two parts one to walk and one for driving. Each about one hour....More
Not the greatest zoo in the world by any means, but we had fun for a day, got some good photos and enjoyed a nice lunch in the company of live flamingos!
Some areas of the zoo are obviously quite old, and some sections closed....More
This was very popular. It took us about an hour to see our first animals. The lions and bears were great, the rest didn't look
so well taken care of. Many had large patches on their skin. It looked like some kind of mange. Not...More
We visited the wildlife park with our two young boys (4 & 1) and had a great time. There was a drive through safari part where you can get up close with the lions, bears. There was also lots of opportunities to feed the animals...More
A zoo/safari experience unlike any other. It begins with a vehicle tour (you need your own car) where you get off a various stations to see elks, elephants, wild boars, camels, ponies, etc. At each station, there will be an option to feed the animals...More
you must drive a vehicle to the park because there's a drive through section that you could watch the lions and bears as close as you want. and you could also walk into the monkeys' hill to play with them. if you have young kids,...More