Let’s go to the zoo and enjoy attractive discounts on the entrance fees.
Not just any zoo but to the country’s three prominent zoos – Zoo Negara in Kuala Lumpur, Zoo Melaka in Melaka dan Zoo Taiping & Night Safari in Perak.
The attractive discounts are part of Cuti-Cuti Malaysia “Santai di Zoo” Stimulus Campaign, a collaboration with Tourism Malaysia.
The campaign is now on until 31st March 2021, offering over 70,000 entrance tickets.
Zoo Negara is offering 40% discount off of its entrance fees for both adults and children.
Over 16,000 tickets are offered for online purchase via the e-commerce platform Shopee.
Other programmes also offered by Zoo Negara are Zoo Walk 2021, KeeperKu; a volunteer program, Cikgu Kancil package for school tours which includes 13 educational programs, Zoo Camp; a leisure night-in at the zoo, Zoo Hunt, Earth Day, Orangutan Awareness Day, World Children’s Day Carnival, fishing activities, family day packages, birthday packages and many more.
A 30% discount is cut off from Zoo Melaka’s entrance fees for both adults and children.
The offer stands for over 20,000 visitors starting Jan 1 through online purchase via its website www.zoomelaka.gov.my. New attractions at Zoo Melaka include Dinosaur Encounter & Animal Interaction and Flying Monkey (the first zipline in a zoo).
The zoo also offers various educational programmes such as Zoolunteer, Zoo Troopers and Zoomanji.
Night Safari, Taiping Weekday Special
The zoo is offering 30% discount on its entrance fee for both adults and children for over 30,000 visitors throughout the campaign.
Purchases can be made through the ticket counter at Zoo Taiping & Night Safari (ZTNS) and are valid for use on weekdays only.
Visitors to ZTNS also have the opportunity to purchase other packages offered like Edu-Fun & Learn 1 Package and Special Zoo Ranger Tours, a special community service package.
Among the ‘newcomers’ that can be seen at Zoo Taiping include green peafowl, nyala, pink-necked green pigeon, common emerald dove, Egyptian goose, and many more.
ZTNS will also be showcasing animals such as hyena, eland, impala, and yellow-headed water monitor lizard.
Source : New Straits Times