The National Zoo (Malay: Zoo Negara) is a zoo in Malaysia located on 110 acres of land in Ulu Klang, Gombak District, Selangor, Malaysia.
Zoo Negara is home to 5137 animals of 476 different species. Over the years, the zoo has transformed itself to an open concept zoo with over 90% of its animals kept in spacious exhibits with landscape befitting its nature.
What to Expect?
Wander through the open zoo, and visit the Giant Panda Conservation Centre to meet a pair of giant pandas. Make sure to get the ticket that includes admission to both the park and their famous Giant Panda Conservation Centre where you can visit and see the Malaysia’s famous giant pandas, which are Xing Xing and Liang Liang.
The admission also includes 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.
- Visit Malaysia's National Zoo spread over 110 acres and located only 5km from the city of Kuala Lumpur
- See more than 5,137 animals from 476 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish
- Pay a visit to Malaysia's famous and adorable giant pandas, Xing Xing and Liang Liang, at their Panda Centre
- Other experiences visitors can look forward to includes Sea Lion/Macaws shows, animals feeding, and many more!
Pui Cheng Lumin the last week
There are two main parking areas (entrance A- main entrance & entrance B - which is near to the show stage). The show is 11am and 3pm. I would recommend you to park at entrance B so you can spend less time finding for the stage.
The zoo is big and be ready to walk! Bring your fan, umbrella, snacks, water to spend around half a day here. Your ticket is valid for one whole day.
Most of the animals were decent except the rhino was thinner than usual. For the price, it was decent;)) the sea lion show was cute. Some of the animals were pretty active when we visited.
I hope more visitors can visit zoo negara so they can have more funds to manage and maintain this place well
yeeling changin the last week
Great place for family trip. Bought RM 37 per adult on Klook for Malaysian passport holder. The ticket price inclusive of panda visiting. Not to mention they are having birthday promotion where on your birthday month you can enter the zoo for free. Definitely worth the visit.
yongkang chiaa week ago
Bought the tickets from the Klook- 10% cheaper than walk-in. Arrived at 850. Parked at parking A. No queue at all at either walk-in or online ticket booths. Managed to enter at 855 (despite the official opening hour being 9 am). Started by going left where we were met by hundreds of flamingo, followed by a giraffe and a pair of tapirs. Next were tigers and lions. The highlight of the tour was of course the panda site. Arrived at about 10 am. No crowd. Managed to see only 2 pandas. Spent about 25 minutes there. Didn't manage to see the animal show as it's at 11 am which I think it's not practical to make it either you enter from gate A or B (unless you arrive at the zoo at 11am). Exited at around 1230. Overall it's a very good experience. And i personally think there is no need to take the tram at all as the area is not that big really.
Ivy La week ago
Went there around 9:30am on a Saturday morning, it was not too crowded, ticket redemption was easy for tickets that were bought in advance online. We arrived in the panda center around 10:30am, but the panda are still sleeping. The animal show was rather crowded and the show lasted about an hour, it started with macaws doing some tricks and ended with a sea lion show. Opposite the animal show is where the mini aquarium is located, you may find the penguins in one of the mini display glasses over there.
KCa month ago
It’s a big zoo with lots of animals to see. I love the lake area where there are lots of mycteria roaming/flying around freely. It’s quite impressive.
Panda area and aquarium has air conditioning. Other areas has lots of tree so there is not much direct sun.
There is two times of animal show at 11am and 3pm respectively. However, don’t give such high expectations to the show.
Toilet needs to be maintained as some of them are not in working condition.
There is some stalls selling souvenir and light snacks such as ice cream, bread and instant noodles.
Car park is RM10 per entry. There are two car parks.
If you are Malaysian, you can visit the zoo for free within 30 days of your birthday. You can redeem the free ticket at information counter.
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