Taiping Zoo’s Night Safari

When I was schooling, I used to visit Taiping Zoo regularly during the school holidays. Since the opening of the Night Safari some years ago, I have not made any attempt to come by, even though I love animals.

Taiping Zoo Night Safari
entrance to Taiping Zoo & Night Safari

At Taiping Zoo, and also the Night Safari, visitors can check out wild animals as closely as possible without endangering their natural habitat.

The Taiping Zoo (and Night Safari) is located near the foot of Bukit Larut (Maxwell Hill). Managed by local authority Taiping Municipal Council, it is the oldest public zoo in Malaysia, and the only zoo in north Peninsular Malaysia. The Night Safari is the first one in Malaysia, and only third of its kind in the world.

Taiping Zoo Night Safari

Since the early days, Taiping Zoo has invested millions of Ringgit in the property, offering one of the best experiences to visitors. Even so, the zoo’s management continues to redevelop the place, to try to attain world class standard.

This year, there are plans to create an African Savanna with a drive-through and African huts, install the elephants of Perak River, and also improve on the eleven exhibits currently available.

Taiping Zoo Night Safari

Unfortunately, I don’t have nice photos to share as camera flash is prohibited at the Night Safari.

Entrance Fee (Taiping Zoo):
Adult: RM12
Child (3 – 12 years old): RM8
Senior citizen: RM10
Taiping resident: RM8
Visiting hours: 8.30am – 6pm daily

Entrance fee (Night Safari):
Adult: RM16
Child (3 – 12 years old): RM10
Senior citizens: RM13
Taiping resident: RM11
Visiting hours: 8pm – 12 midnight daily

Zoo Taiping & Night Safari
Add: Jalan Taman Tasik Taiping, 34000 Taiping, Perak Darul Ridzuan, Malaysia.
Tel: +605 – 8086577
Fax: +605 – 806 6025
Web: http://www.zootaiping.gov.my/
e-mail: zootaiping@zootaiping.gov.my

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  1. The public should be educated to preserve the natural habitat of wild animals to prevent their extinction.

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