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It is rather small in size, but one of the most popular zoos in Bangkok. There are more than 1,600 species of different animals.
Dusit Zoo is visited by children and adults. The oldest zoo in Thailand and one of the largest in Asia, Dusit Zoo is visited annually by more than 2 million visitors.
The collection of exotic animals of the Dusit zoo is a result of a thorough work conducted for many years. Mammals, exotic birds and reptiles from all over the world live in the zoo. A special pride of the zoo are rare species, such as the white tiger, albino deer, and wild cats.
The inhabitants of the zoo live in the most favorable conditions, so they even throw. At the Dusit zoo, there is a museum and a hospital for animals.
A ticket to the zoo costs 100 baht for adults, 50 baht for children.
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Feed a giraffe
In Dusit Zoo you can see, pet and even feed a giraffe with carrots and bananas.฿10018
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Dusit Zoo on the mapLocation: IBT No.71,Rama 5 Road,Dusit
daily from 08:00 am to 06:00 pm
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