Tell Me About
Covering 110 acres of land, the zoo is currently transforming itself into an open concept zoo with over 90 of its animals being kept in spacious exhibits with landscape befitting its nature.
There are more than 15 animal exhibits to see — there’s the orang utan at the Ape Centre, toads at the Amphibian World and tropical fishes at the country’s first ecological based freshwater aquarium.
You may also get up close with the macaws and cockatoos at the Birds Photo Corner in the Bird Aviary and take your pictures with snakes and miniature horses near the zoo’s main entrance.
Free train rides and guided tours are offered on weekends.
You may also bring your rod and fish at the zoo’s Tunku Abd Rahman lake from 6:30pm to 9:30pm on Saturday. RM50 (~руб732.32) per rod (call 03-4108 3422 for more information).
Zoo Negara Show Times
Daily: 11.00 am & 3.00 pm / 3.30 pm (Friday)
Multi-Animal Show (Sea Lion / Macaques / Macaws)
Friday :11.30 am & 3.00 pm / 4.00 pm (Friday)
Multi-Animal Show (Python / Birds)
Snapshot With Animals Photo Corner :
Only on Weekends & Public Holidays: 11.00 am & 3.00 pm
Zoo Negara Ticket Price / Entrance Fee
Admission is free for the disabled.
Adult- RM85 (~руб1244.94)
Children- RM43 (~руб629.8)
Senior Citizen- RM85 (~руб1233.41)
Adult with Mykad- RM44 (~руб644.44)
Children with Mykid- RM16 (~руб234.34)
Senior Citizen- RM21 (~руб304.72)
School Concession Rate
Student- RM10 (~руб146.46)
Teacher- RM15 (~руб219.7)
How to Get to Zoo Negara
Get off at Wangsa Maju Station Kelana Jaya Line. Then hail a taxi/uber to Zoo Negara.
Tips: On your way back, try not hail the taxi outside the zoo. These unethical taxi drivers usually charge you RM 25 (~руб366.16) to get to Wangsa Maju station.
There are 2 options :
1. Rapid KL number U34 from Putra LRT Station Wangsamaju KL
2. Rapid KL number U23 from Titiwangsa Station KL