First of all, I would like to give some advice to my fellow freelancers. Because I signed up for the half-day regiment. I think the tour guide is very well arranged: about three o'clock from the hotel to four o'clock, you can feed the giraffe and deer at the entrance of the zoo before you enter the zoo, you can go to the walking area for about an hour. After coming out, you can go directly to the zoo. There is a performance outside the zoo at 5:20. Find a good place. After watching the performance outside, I went into the zoo inside the square and there were many stools. Next, the singing and dancing show could buy some food and take a rest at will. After that, I went to the herbivorous area for bus sightseeing and then to the meat area for bus sightseeing. When you come out, you can follow the crowd to see the tiger show. You'd better find a seat because if you can't find it for a long time, it's better to stand in the seat because there are no seats behind you to block others. At this time, it is usually just dark in the meat-eating area before the nighttime zoo atmosphere, and the meat-eating area is a large animal gives a very gloomy feeling. On the contrary, when it's still light, you can buy some dishes and giraffes or something to interact and take pictures. It is worth mentioning that the food and drinks in the zoo are really conscience.
This trip is a group tour, there is no night zoo in the itinerary, but when you see the comments, you say it's still worth going, you call the tour guide. It's 7:30 p.m. when you finish the trip that day, it's back to the hotel. Maybe because we only have three people to go, there are few people, so the tour guide can't buy tickets, so I ask him if we can buy tickets by ourselves. As a result, the tour guide still said that we could not buy it. It was terrible. I went to the front desk of the hotel and said that we could buy it. We went to call two cars and spent 500 baht on chartered trains to and fro. Because I do not know that the tour guide is not scheduled, so there is no advance booking on the Internet, if you buy tickets from the Internet, it will be more cost-effective. It took half an hour to get there from the city to the entrance of the zoo. The ticket was 160 yuan per person. After entering, I watched two performances. I saw the tiger swimming and had close contact with animals. The tour bus was divided into herbivorous and carnivorous areas. I needed to change buses in the middle and take a bus in different places. The ride time is one hour. The car shuttles through the dark garden and turns on the light only when it reaches the place where the animals are. It's really exciting and fun. I also saw the kangaroo with beautiful poses. It's really like a scene in the movie. It's a different experience. I think the old people can experience it even if they don't have children. It's really worth going, as most people say. It's just a rush of time. Otherwise, you can play during the day and in the afternoon. Come and play early next time you're free. I hope the comments can help my friends who have never been there. The last one is the deceptive tour guide. If you meet him, remember to weigh what he said. Don't be deceived by him.
This is definitely a zoo with a very high cost-effective performance. Guangzhou Changlong ticket can cost 280, which is only 68. It belongs to every kind of zoo, animal show, fountain, dancing between human beings and monsters, and close contact with animals at night. Recommended itinerary: Arrive around 3:30 - change tickets - feed giraffe deer at the entrance - visit the pedestrian area - go to the nightpredator building outside at 5:20 to watch the performance - 6:30 entrance to the square goblin Thai Dance - 6:30 sightseeing bus, herbivorous and carnivorous two stations - 7:30 tiger show - 8:00 multi-functional building near the gate to watch Goblin Dance - 8:10 fountain performance, basically 8:30 can end back.
Chiang Mai Night Zoo must have a compliment, strongly recommended! It's worth going. Friends have been to Singapore's Night Zoo, in contrast, she said, Chiang Mai is still a big, animal, lovely, animalshow is more exciting. So I went to the vegetarian zoo again this year. My brother has a good English and a good voice.~
Chiang Mai Night Zoo, taking advantage of the predator's preference for nighttime activities, has opened up a nighttime tour project. It can ride in a car with up to 24 people and observe animals such as lions, tigers, bears and wolves at close range. It is a rare and exciting experience. The unique nighttime zoo is a special place. The park is divided into carnivorous and herbivorous areas. On the way of two close-range sightseeing cars, you can feed small animals and feel the crazy giraffe want to buy snacks. The sightseeing car has a Chinese commentator. You can go to the animal performance area to see the performance of small animals. The most noteworthy thing is that when we went to the carnivore tour bus, it was already dark. The tour bus was driving with the lights on. When we got to the animal area, we turned on the lights for the convenience of tourists. There was a light rain all the way. The wind was blowing the trees on both sides of the road. The buses were silent, and there were flashing fireflies in the bushes. This is the first time I have ever seen fireflies, like floating in the forest. The stars in it, the romantic atmosphere almost moved me to cry.
Today is really an oolong! The stamp was booked, but the mailbox was left wrong! No email to confirm that SMS almost can't get in! Later, the staff who understand Chinese came to help solve it! Successfully entering the garden, it's worth taking the children to the park! _________ And online ticket purchasing is really a discount! Children under 1 meter do not need to buy tickets! Activities are rich and colorful!
The Chiang Mai Night Zoo, located at the foot of Sutie Mountain, covers an area of nearly 100 mu. It is the largest zoo in Thailand. In addition to all kinds of rare animals, there are also scenic gardens, waterfalls and lakes. The scenery is very beautiful. On the top of the mountain, you can also overlook the whole city of Chiang Mai. It is a rare and exciting experience to take a car with a maximum of 24 passengers and observe animals such as lions, tigers, bears and wolves at close range. Look at the pictures. Is the night wildlife park interesting? Today is just a holiday for Thai people, so there are many local people in the zoo. When they come to the zoo, they will see a performance first, that is to say, a performance. In fact, they will show us how animals hunt, from wild boar to tiger, lion and cheetah. It's wonderful! Then queue up to take a bus to see the animals. The herbivores are basically kept around. You can get close contact with them. If you bring food, you can also feed them. The carnivores are far behind the fence. They are also lazy to raise their heads and many are lazy to sleep. The zoo is very large. It takes about an hour for a circle to turn around and there are many animals. It's worth coming here!
Take a taxi from Ningman Road to the Night Zoo. By the time it was still dark, I had a circle at the door. There were many deer who were not afraid of being born. They were very suitable for taking pictures. There are still a few dollars to feed the giraffe with a basket of vegetables at the door. When you buy tickets, you can watch people and Demons dance, and when you buy bananas, you can interact with elephants. The most exciting thing is to take a bus to the areas on both sides to see all kinds of sheep, cattle and tigers.
It is the best place for parents and children to visit. Feeding giraffes at the entrance to the zoo at night was the first surprise. It made me and my daughter understand the giraffe's long, curly black tongue. Play in the middle... The best is in the end! At the end of the game, I watched the demon show. My daughter and I decided not to watch it. We wandered around haphazardly. The unexpected harvest came. We had close contact with many animals on the sideline. Special videos and photos of daughters and golden grasshoppers, owls, lizards and other animals, very good! Left a permanent commemoration of Chiang Mai's free travel.
Night zoo, not to say to see animals at night, but to start activities after the noon sounds of animal habits, tourists do in open coaches, with herbivorous giraffes, moose, zebras, bell sheep... Zero distance contact with birds, tigers, black bears... Looking across the wall, I also know a lot of rare animals. As we get older, we are less aware of nature than children. It is worth visiting and playing.