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Dusit Zoo
The Dusit Zoo, widely known as Khao Din Wana, was built by King Rama V as part of his personal park and is adjacent to the Royal Palace. After his reign, the park was left unattended for years. In 1938, the government led by Prime Minister Field Marshal Jomphol Por Phibulsongkram asked the King Rama VIII to offer the park to Bangkok City Municipality to be open as a public zoo. Home to over 2,500 species of domestic and international animals, Dusit Zoo serves well a green leisure spot for people from all over the country as well as an outdoor learning venue for students. Dusit Zoo is proud to be the only zoo that houses Chao Petch, the rare albino barking deer. Artefacts from World War II are also found here.
 

Opening Hours : daily 08.00 - 18.00 hrs.
Admission Fee : 10 baht/ Thai child, 70 baht/ Thai adult,30 baht/Thai Student, 50 baht/ foreign child, and 100 baht/ foreign adult.
For more information, please call : 0 2281 2000, 0 2281 9027-8
How to Get There : Take the Sukhumvit Line and get off at Victory Monument Station (or N3 Station), and go out through Exit No. 3 facing Rajavithee Road. Then, take a bus or public vehicle to Dusit Zoo.
Buses that go there (get on the bus at the bus stop in front of the hospital) : Bus No. 18, 28, 108, 528,515, 539, and 542
Website : http://www.dusitzoo.org/