Chiang Mai Zoo is a zoological park with more than 7,000 animals, including a famous pair of pandas offered by Chinese diplomacy to Thailand for ten years (2004-2014).
The zoo was founded in 1952 by a United States missionary and covers 85 ha2.
The attraction of Chiang Mai zoo
This zoo has more than 800 birds, two pandas named “Chuang Chuang” and “Lin Hui” (offered by China), Humboldt penguins, free-living gibbon, more than 60 types of aquatic animals, including giant Mekong catfish, giant Siamese carps and the Ture eel…
Chuang Chuang died in September 2019.
You can ask to rent a tent for one-night camping in the zoo to experience living in nature with beautiful landscapes and low costs.
Chiang Mai zoo photos
Video: a walk at Chiang Mai zoo
The Zoo is open from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm every day of the week.
– 50 Baht per adult
– 30 baht for students
– 10 baht for children – students of vocational training certificates
– 30 baht for teachers, soldiers, police (with uniform)
– Free for the elderly (60 years old or more), Disabled people, monks
– 100 baht for adults
– 50 baht for children
100 Huay Keow Road, Suthep Sub-district, Muang District, Chiang Mai
Tel. (053) 210-374, (053) 358-116 Fax (053) 222-283 ext. 18
See the Zoo on a Chiang Mai map
Source and Photos: zoo website; Love Krittaya