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Zoo Negara

ZOO NEGARA (32 kilometres)
 

Zoo Negara (National Zoo) is Malaysia’s largest zoo covering 44 hectares (110 acres) of land and is located on the north eastern outskirts of Kuala Lumpur city centre. Zoo Negara has a total of over 5,137 specimens from 476 species of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and fish. There are many exhibits to be enjoyed, spaciously arranged around an idyllic lake with free roaming storks, pelicans, egrets, ibises and swans within a beautifully landscaped surrounding occupied with mature trees. 

 

 

One of the main attractions of Zoo Negara is the Giant Panda Conservation Centre. Visit the pair of giant pandas named Xing Xing and Liang Liang. They are housed in a large complex that’s equipped with powerful air-conditioning and surrounded by artificial rock structures, blocks of ice, climbing poles, a waterfall and trees. Experience the playful nature of pandas up close and learn about the panda’s conservation programme. 

 

There are many fun things to see and do in Zoo Negara, such as the Multi-animal Show featuring the sea lions and macaws. Watch them perform tricks and stunts and be amazed at their ability to communicate and understand instructions. Also, don’t miss out on the Animal Feeding sessions, guaranteed to make the little ones squeal with delight! 

 

 

Meet the other animals in the various popular exhibits in Zoo Negara: 
  • Australian Plain
  • Humboldt Penguin
  • Children’s World
  • Savannah Walk
  • Ape Centre
  • Reptile House
  • Bird Aviary
  • Hornbill Centre
  • Bear Complex
  • Mammal Kingdom
  • Cat Walk
  • Tunku Abdul Rahman Aquarium

 

You can also take a tram ride around the zoo to see the animal exhibits.
 
History

In 1957, a Committee Member of Malayan Agri-Horticultural Association (MAHA), Mr. V.M. Hutson (later Tan Sri) opened a miniature zoo at the annual MAHA exhibition. Most Malayans really enjoyed it, and the idea for a proper full-size zoo that the entire nation can enjoy soon followed. The Federal Government chose a spot in Ulu Klang, Selangor and was set to build a zoo amidst the lush greenery here. On 14th November 1963, the first Prime Minister of Malaysia, Y.T.M. Tunku Abdul Rahman, officially opened the zoo to the public. Ever since then, the zoo has strived to be a premier zoological park with a science-based approach to wildlife management, education, training and research on various animal and plant species. The zoo is gradually increasing its amount of open-concept exhibits, with the aim of giving the animals ample space and freedom to move around while allowing visitors to see the animals up close in their habitat.

 

Fun Fact!

There is a giant banyan tree at Zoo Negara that is said to be one of the largest banyan trees in Malaysia!

 

Ticket Price

Zoo Negara

 
 
 Malaysians  Non-Malaysians
**i-Kad / Working permit / Dependant pass *ASEAN   Others  
Adult RM45 RM50 RM61 RM82
Child (3-12 yrs old) RM18 RM25 RM33 RM43
Senior Citizen (61 yrs old & above) RM23 RM50 RM61 RM82
Free admission for all children below 36 months.

 

*List of ASEAN countries: Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Philippines, and Thailand.

**Please bring along your original passport/ID card for verification at the ticket counter when purchasing your entrance tickets.

 

Additional charges will apply for the tram rides:
  • For MyKad holders: RM8 for adults and RM5 for children.
  • For non-MyKad Holders: RM11 for adults and RM9 for children.
  • The disabled (OKU) gets to enter free of charge. However, there will be a charge of RM1 per person for a group of 10 people and above.
  • Kids below 2 years old also get to enter free of charge.
  • The zoo also offers VIP booking for the tram at only RM300 per hour.

Opening Hours

The zoo is opened daily from 9AM to 5PM. The last admission for the Giant Panda Conservation Centre is at 4:30PM on weekdays and 5:30PM on weekends.

 

The Multi-animal show starts at 11AM and 3PM every day. On Fridays, the show will start at 11AM and 3:30PM, instead. 

 

The Animal Feeding session is available on weekends and public holidays only. It happens at Children’s World from 12PM to 1PM, while the Javan Deer’s feeding session is from 2PM to 3PM.

Directions
Taxi or Grab | RM50 – RM70 | Approx. 50 mins

The easiest way to Zoo Negara is by car. You can drive, take a taxi or Grab from the hotel. The fare for a standard taxi is around RM50 – RM70, depending on traffic conditions. The journey is about 32 kilometres-long and will take approximately 50 minutes.

 

Source: www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2017/12/310655/free-entry-december-babies-zoo-negara


 

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