Attractions – Yangon Zoo


Covering an area of nearly 57.7 acres in there you can explore animal exhibits, ancient building, adventure activities
for you and your family to enjoy.

The Carnivora House

The Carnivora House in the compound of Yangon Zoological Gardens was officially declared a heritage building and was installed on October 14, 2018 with a Blue Plaque commemorative. The house, built in 1915, is one of Yangon Zoo's oldest buildings, which started activities in 1901 in honor ........

Mo Mo

Mo Mo was  entered captivity at the age of seven when she was found lost in the forest by a lumberjack named U Khun Sanda, separated from her family. She was originally taught to work in logging, but finally her people chose to send her to the Yangon Zoological Garden, where she became ........


This is the first adventure activity that can enjoy in Yangon Zoo. Zipline tower which is 20 meters of high in one tower and 17.5 meters of high in another tower. The zipline is 167.3 meters long, hanged by two steel cables that allow up to 250lb in weight so two people can enjoy at a time.

Aside from the zip-line, you can satisfy other adventures like Quick Jump, Wall Climbing and Tree Climbing. People who interesting in freefall excitement, it is the right place for good experiences. It is provided to take a leap from 15 meters above the ground. However, allowed only for people who weight within the provided range between 45kg and 111kg.For those who intend to practice for their body muscle strength and accquire high climbing experiences, take a Wall Climbing or Tree Climbing experiences. There is some safety instruction guide before taking any adventures.

Elephant Museum

The objectives of Elephant Museum in Myanmar are:   

  1.  To protect and preserve the wild elephants living in natural forest areas of Myanmar
  2.  To reduce conflict between humans and elephants
  3.  To ........

Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum was opened on May 1, 1996 at the former Union Club building or Kan-Daw-Gyi hotel at present. The new Natural History Museum building was built in 1966-1976, and on January 1, 1978, moved from the old one to the new one. It was now opening to the public for over four decades with the purposes:

  • a)      ........

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