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  Chainat Bird Park
Catagorize: Zoos and Aquariums
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Chainat Bird Park was established in B.E.2526. Located at Plong foothill, Moo 4, Tumbol Kao Ta Phra, Phaholyothin Roadside (Highway no.1).The location is 4 kilometers far from the city area. It was established during the time when Mr.Kusol Santidham was a Chainatís provincial governor (B.E.2525-2527). The Ju Rong Bird Park in Singapore was a prototype for Chainat Bird Park.

Chainat Bird Park has always been developed and improved. It is in the area of 248 rai and became one of the most well-known attractions in Chianat. There are many places to visit such as the biggest bird cage in Asia, sky simulator and science center, aquarium, Birdsí eggs museum, the exhibition of fish in Chao Phraya River, waterfall simulator, Luang Phoo Suk Buddha image hall, OTOP center, and another activities inside such as monkey shows from Pakitís circus which attracts a lot of visitors.

Now Chainat Bird Park is in the management of Chainat Provincial Administrative Organization. Lead by Mr.Anusorn Nakasai, Chief Executive of the PAO, who devoted himself to develop this bird park.

The park opens daily including holidays. Admission fees are 30 baht per person for adults, 15 baht per person for children, 100 baht per person for foreign adults, and 50 per person for foreign children. For more information please call 0-5647-6624 , 0-5647-6617 direct number 218.
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