100 Huay Kaew Road, Chiang Mai,
Tel: +66 (0) 5322 1179, 0 535 8116, 0 5322 6193,
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Mai Zoo offers you more than you can imagine.
Mai Zoo was established by the The Zoological Park Organization,
Thailand in 1974. Situated on 531 Rai of verdant forest land
at the foothill of Doi Suthep mountain, the zoo is surrounded
by hilly terrain which is home to thousands of species of wild
plants and flowers adorning the natural landscape of valleys,
streams and waterfalls.
Chiang Mai Zoo is the first and only zoo in Northern Thailand
where visitors can experience the excitement and intimacy of
various species of animals in their natural habitat.
Rai (212.4 acres)
- 21:00 hours
- Adult: 100 Baht, Child (less than 135 cm in height):
Thais - Adult: 50 Baht,
Teacher, soldier, policeman (in uniform): 30 Baht,
Child (less than 135 cm.): 10 Baht,
Senior citizen, people with disability, and monk: Free of charge
Walk Through Aviary Relaxation while walking and observing
more than 800 birds in 2.5 acres.
Fur Seal Exhibit - The building have 4 Cape Fur Seal from
Africa to present in the zoo.
60 species of tropical freshwater fishes, featuring Giant Mekhong
Catfish and Striped Catfish, Siamese Giant Carp, Ture Eel
Animals Elephant family, Hippopotamus, Zebra, Giraffe, Ostrich,
many birds species, Cape fur seal, Humboltd penguin, Malayan tapir,
Serrow, Sarus crane, Fea's barking deer and Indian rhinoceros.
Island - Animals live freely on this isle without nets,
caging or enclosure whatsoever. Gibbons live and breed happily.
Zoo You will meet Spotted deer, Hog deer, Barking deer, Brow
Anther deer, Alpaca, Peacock. More than 200 animals live with
peacefully in the area 40 acres. You can walk through the Open
Zoo on the sky walkway for closing to the animals.
Area - The children can camp near the big reservoir, waterfall,
adventure station, the natural trail and learning the animal's
life at night.
Panda Live in Chiang Mai Zoo
In 2001, The vice-prime minister
and minister of defence (a full general Chawalit Yongjaiyut)
talked with the president and prime minister of The People's
Republic of China about the giant panda.
He wanted to display giant panda in Thailand. The government
of China was glad to give 1 pair of giant panda for friendship
ambassador and celebration of Her Majesty the Queen's 6 cycle
birthday anniversary in 2004. So, that is the reason for the
project for panda research and display in Thailand.
The government of Thailand entrusted the Zoological Park Organization
to take responsibility for these very rare giant panda. They
are on display at Chiangmai Zoo in Chiangmai province.
Giant Panda Entrance Fee:
Foreigner : Adult 100 Baht, Child 50 Baht
Thai : Adult 50 Baht, Child 20 Baht
Giant Panda & Koala Zones open daily from
8.30 - 17.30 hours.
July 2006, Chiang Mai Zoo became the first zoo in Thailand
to house koalas as Australia shipped four of the marsupials
here to mark the 60th anniversary of His Majesty the King’s
Accession to the Throne. Now, let's welcome a newborn baby
Koalas, which are native to Australia, weigh about 9 kilogrammes
each on average. “Koala” is an Aboriginal word,
meaning “no drink”. The animals get water from
their chief food, eucalyptus or gum leaves.
The koala is sometimes called “koala bear” although
it is not a member of the bear family but a marsupial like
the kangaroo and the wombat. The trait distinguishing marsupials
from other mammals is that they carry their young in pouches.
Female koalas take 2 to 3 years to reach productive age while
males take 3 to 4 years. A healthy female koala can bear one
offspring yearly for about 12 years.
children zoo, covering the area of 1,442 sq.m., consists of
the cognitive development center, small and large animal exhibit,
playground, adventure sector, sand area, rabbits exhibit, performing
stage, exhibit hall, fish exhibit, lotus pond... All of these
are situated atop a natural hill overlooking the city of Chiang
The children zoo is covered with shady evergreen trees, beautifully
landscaped floral garden, and masses of green grass.
Mai Zoo has opened to the public an exhilarating way to see
and study wild animals in their habitats at night, the Twilight
Chiang Mai Twilight Zoo consists of more than 30 kinds of nocturnal
animal species inhabiting in an area of 6,850 sq.m. A variety
of animal-shaped lights are decorated along the way, suggesting
visitors to the twilight world of the wildlife.
You can enjoy a special night tour on a safe and comfortable
tram as you are being engulfed by a jungle coming to life after
dusk as well as experience the sights and sounds of nocturnal
wildlife as you are guided by our experienced guides.
Chiang Mai Twilight Zoo opens daily
from 18.30 to 21.00 hours.
Located on the left just after the main zoo entrance, the
Public Relations office of Chiang Mai zoo will help answer
any questions zoo guests might have. Zoo guests will also
be able to search zoo information on computer.
Located opposite admission gate, the shop sells animal postcards,
T-shirts, buttons, memorabilia, film and more.
Zoo guests can purchase film for cameras at film booths in
areas near the admissions gate or rest areas.
There are a variety of restaurants and snack booths operated
by private operators to serve zoo guests in the designated
pavilion just opposite the zoo's main entrance.
Enjoy taking a tour with our air-conditioned monorail.
It can carry 50-70 passengers/a trip.
Monorail Fee: Foreigner - 150 Baht
Thai - Adult 100 Baht/Child 50 Baht.
Fee: Thai and foreigner - Adult 20 Baht/Child 10 Baht.