Yangon Zoo’s 118th Anniversary Festival: Four days of fun activities

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The poster bears images of the 118th anniversary of the Yangon Zoo Festival. Photo: Yangon Zoo

The 118th Anniversary Festival of Yangon Zoo, the longest-running establishment in Southeast Asia, is scheduled to take place over four days, starting on 25 January. The festivities from 25 to 28 January will feature various enjoyable activities.
The event promises a diverse lineup, including music and dance shows, magic performances, opportunities for taking photos with tame animals, game programmes for children, quiz shows, and market fairs. The Yangon Zoo invites people to join fun festivities while remembering joyful past events in the Yangon Zoological Gardens.
Yangon Zoo currently houses a collection of 1,065 animals across 135 species, comprising 49 species of 465 mammals, 68 species of 427 birds, and 18 species of 183 reptiles.
Situated in Mingala Taungnyunt Township, Yangon Zoo spans 58.16 acres, bordered by Upper Pansodan Road to the east, Kaba Aye Pagoda Road to the west, Bo Min Khaung Road to the south, and Kanyeiktha Road to the north. Notable landmarks near Yangon Zoo include the Shwedagon Pagoda, Kandawgyi Hotel, Aung San Stadium, and Yangon Railway Station.
Officials expect a more significant number of visitors to join the festival this year. — MT/TWA/TRKM

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