Explore animal exhibits at Zoo Negara Malaysia, including the Giant Panda Conservation Centre, Reptile House, Bear Complex, Savannah Walk, the Mammal Kingdom, and more. With over 4,000 animals representing more than 500 species, Zoo Negara is one of the largest zoos in Southeast Asia. Zoo Negara Malaysia is committed to the conservation of endangered species and provides a safe and healthy environment for its animals. The zoo also offers a wide range of facilities and services to make your visit enjoyable and hassle-free. It is a great place to learn about the animal kingdom and to take in the beauty of nature. The zoo is open most of the days a year, and Zoo Negara Malaysia Tickets can be purchased online with us. So come and visit the zoo today, and see the world's wildlife up close and personal!
Zoo Negara, the well-known National Zoo of Malaysia. Stretching over 110 acres, the park gives you a unique chance to see more than 5137 specimens from 476 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish. Grab Zoo Negara Tickets that include admission to both the park and their famous Giant Panda Conservation Centre where you can visit and see Malaysia’s famous giant pandas, which are Xing Xing and Liang Liang. Also, your admission ticket is including a variety of performances, shows, and feeding sessions at the park including the multi-animal show featuring trained sea lions, macaques, macaws, and more for you to discover.
Enjoy the joyous experience of meeting these adorable pandas in their natural habitat
Feed and interact in close and safe proximity with giraffes like never before
Visit Zoo Negara for an amazing experience.
This Zoo is not only fun for kids but also very fascinating for adults as they get to know and see many different species of wild animals.
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The biggest zoo in Malaysia is the Zoo Negara (National Zoo). It covers 44 hectares (110 acres) of land on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur's city center. It houses over 5,137 specimens representing 476 different species of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and fish.
Being Malaysia’s first national zoo, the Zoo Negara was once set in a virgin jungle, and now stands as an oasis in the midst of a concrete jungle. Over the years, the zoo has evolved into an open concept zoo, with over 90% of its animals housed in spacious exhibits with naturalistic landscapes.
With one or two exceptions, Malaysia has over 40 or so zoos that are places of appalling cruelty. Profits are always prioritized over animal welfare.
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