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After walking around the perimeter of this "top attraction" we found no entrance into the park. Any staff we spoke to gave us instructions to essential walk a long distance to the next entrance, each time insisting we had to pay into the zoo, which...More
An armed guard at the entrance told me that Vimanmek Palace is still closed so I got back in the taxi and headed around the hoardings to the next entrance where, thankfully, the beautifully twinkly Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall was twinkling away in the sun....More
This zoo is good for me. It is very cheap to go there and make me and my family enjoyed it.There are many animals and animal's show that make me interested.And the restaurant is very good,near by the restaurant is flamingo's cage.I always fun when...More
Travelled across town thinking it would be a full day checking out all the sights of Dusit Park. But everything was closed and cordoned off apart from the Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall. Which seemed slightly ironic given the advice not to believe anyone that the...More
We went all the way to visit Vimanmek Palace only to find it was closed for restoration until further notice! So does the Abhishek Dusit Throne Hall. What a disappointment! So we could only visit the Abhishek Samakhorn Throne Hall. What you got was unfriendly...More
The park itself is beautiful but the place is VERY crowded with huge tourist groups and local school children. Majority of the personnel was very unfirendly, shouthing at the tourist crowds -no thai smiles here. You have to leave bags and cameras in locked boxes...More
some of the enclosures were a bit small. Also a bit annoyed by some of the cyclists.
But a nicely laid out zoo with all the animals in good shape.
Very reasonable entrance price and a great meals centre with a wide variety of choice
Though the place looks lovely, it's disconcerting to see so many military personnel. They don't all speak English, and they don't seem glad to see tourists. So disappointing that after an unsatisfying tour of the gorgeous Vimanmek Mansion (marred by the presence of half the...More