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A lot of the exhibits are under renovation, so beware. You may want to call ahead and ask what is closed (if you speak Chinese).
We trekked all the way uphill to find out the shuttle to the gondola was closed and we had to...More
Indeed an outstanding zoo. The panda exhibit is probably the highlight. We observed the pandas in action this afternoon. One panda (Yuan Zai?) has been very well trained to reach for food (carrot) hung up quite high from the ceiling. He made several attempts and...More
This is the best value zoo facility we visited in terms of the humane care of animals on display and wide range of creatures and big expense of the park facilities. I especially liked the cartoons and graphics used on the respective animal display boards...More
The Taipei zoo is located near the brown line terminal station and easily reachable from any metro station. There are lockers inside to store the bags. If you start early you would able to see the pandas without waiting the lines. Finally you can use...More
Beat the crowd and get here as soon as it opens if you want to catch the pandas in action. We got to the zoo at about 9.00am on a Sunday and headed straight for the Panda house. It paid off - panda was right...More
I'll only ever visit zoos if they have good conservation and endangered species breeding programmes and read reviews first, Taipei zoo has all of these and is one of the best zoos I've visited outside the UK. I was staying in Songshan area in Taipei...More
It is interesting to go to an older style zoo after some of the big wildlife parks. You get really close to the animals, so close to the rhinos! The zoo has done a good job dealing with the legacy issues of an established zoo...More
Couldn’t manage to visit the panda, but my friends said there wasn’t any panda seen around the designated place. Many locations were closed for construction or renovation. Anyway it’s still enough for us spending half a day there. Entrance and train fees are cheap. Twd...More
We actually visited on a Tuesday and all animal exhibits were opened. Taipei zoo’s indoor exhibits are closed on Monday by turns so please check their schedule before visiting. The penguin house is closed every second... More
We actually visited on a Tuesday and all animal exhibits were opened. Taipei zoo’s indoor exhibits are closed on Monday by turns so please check their schedule before visiting. The penguin house is closed every second Monday of the month as per their published schedule.