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Zoo Negara, Aquaria KLCC And More Family Friendly Attractions Open For Visitors 1 October

Zoo Negara, Aquaria KLCC And More Family Friendly Attractions Open For Visitors 1 October

The re-opening of some of these attractions also means special deals for you.

Maya Suraya

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The recent news of Klang Valley moving into Phase 3 starting 1 October means most family-friendly attractions will be re-opening again.

Read More: Klang Valley Moves Into Phase 3 Starting 1 October

So if you and your family are in desperate need of a time out from being cooped up at home, then good news is here.

Zoo Negara, Aquaria KLCC, and Farm In The City are all set to welcome you back.

Discounts, and new additions to Zoo Negara

Zoo Negara has had a bit of trouble in the last few years with a decline in visitors since 2015. They have however been proactive to ensure their animals are taken care of through different methods of raising money like animal ‘adoption’ and virtual tours.

The latest Move Control Order (MCO) seemed like the last straw. But finally, after months of uncertainty, Zoo Negara deputy president Rosly @ Rahmat Ahmat Lana said they are now reopening and eagerly anticipating visitors.

In celebrating its reopening, visitors to the zoo on Friday (1 October) will enjoy 20% off tickets with prices ranging from RM18 for Malaysian children under 12, RM23 for Malaysian senior citizens, RM45 for Malaysian adults, and RM88 for foreigners.

The first 500 visitors will also be given UNLIMITED access to the zoo from January to March next year, except on weekends and public holidays.

(Credit: Yusof Mat Isa @ Malay Mail)

In addition to the deals, animal lovers can catch a glimpse of the new giant panda cub born in May this year. This is the third panda cub to be born in Malaysia and will be available to view from a special enclosure at the giant panda exhibit (that already has four giant pandas!).

There will also be 26 new exhibits including a new Tapir calf, a Reptile house, and four Ring-Tailed Lemurs

Read More: Zoo Negara’s Cheetah Is One Of World’s Rarest; Only 30 Of Them Exist Today

Aquaria KLCC are excited to “sea” you

(Credit: Aquaria KLCC / Facebook)

Ranked as one of the top five aquariums in Asia, Aquaria KLCC is also set to open tomorrow (1 October) and welcome fully vaccinated visitors.

TRP reached out to their hotline to verify what it means for children, fret not – children are allowed in as long as both parents are fully vaxxed.

With the health and welfare of their visitors, staff and living creatures a top priority, entrance to the aquarium will be limited to 400 visitors at one time.

Therefore, visitors will need to PRE-BOOK a slot here.

Note that the Aquaria KLCC official website is currently receiving a high volume of visitors and urge visitors to be patient when booking a slot.

De-stress and chill-out with new ‘friends’ at Farm In The City

(Credit: Farm In The City / Facebook)

For a unique village-themed park where wildlife meets nature, Farm in the City located in Seri Kembangan offers a petting zoo experience for you to get up close and personal with over 100 species of tamed and exotic animals.

And yes, they are opening on 1 October too!

You can either walk in to purchase a ticket but it’s preferred to buy online here.

They currently have a family package at RM132 which includes 2 adults and 2 children up to the age of 11. It’s free admission for younger children with a height below 90cm.

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