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    How to Get to Malabon Zoo: Map, Commute, Directions

    Tutubi often pass by Malabon Zoo when he visits his brother living in barangay Acacia but he's never really been inside the famous private zoo owned by Manny Tongco. This post is for the information of people wishing to go to Malabon Zoo which is near Monumento area of Caloocan.

    Tutubi wanted to personally visit it to see for himself even if he's brother warned him that there's less to see there with more fishes and less animals (orangutans, bengal tigers, burmese pythons, deers et al). (sometimes: bad, negative remarks or comments are just the result of a bad day and probably the exception and improves over time)

    For Pictures of Malabon Zoo, you may visit this blog post of Traveler on Foot

    How to get to Malabon Zoo:

    road map malabon zoostreet map to Malabon Zoo (Open Street Map). It's just EDSA, Monumento, MacArthur then Potrero Elem. School and you're there

    Commute to Malabon Zoo from Makati or anywhere on EDSA is very easy (but slow) just by boarding buses with signboard UE/Letre. Those buses pass right in front of Malabon Zoo. Fastest way is to take MRT, get off at North Avenue station then board the UE/Letre bus.

    From LRT Monumento, you can walk towards Manila Central University (MCU, near Rosendo Simon St.) then board the UE/Letre/Navotas bus or just ride the jeepneys with Malabon Acacia signboards.

    To get back, you need to walk towards Potrero Elementary School on MacArthur Highway to board a bus to Makati/MRT/LRT. You can also walk towards del Monte to board jeepneys going to LRT/Monumento then take a bus or LRT from there.


    Driving directions to Malabon Zoo:

    From Makati, take EDSA all the way to Monumento by to exit to MacArthur Highway, left to Pinagtipunan Circle (landmark: Potrero Elementary School) then left to Gov. Pascual Avenue where Malabon Zoo entrance gate can be found very near the corner to your left. Parking is just on the street.

    Malabon Zoo and Aquarium
    Address: # 1 Gov. Pascual, Barrio Potrero, Malabon
    Entrance Fee: PhP 150.00
    Zoo hours: 8am to 5:30pm (open daily)
    Telephone Number: +63.2.361.3064; +63.2.361.3083
    official website: none

    Call Malabon Zoo contact number for inquiries, entrance fees, kiddie parties, events, group tours et al.

    Malabon Zoo and Aquarium Dinosaur Museum, Tropical rainforest
    how much is Malabon zoo entrance fee? Malabon Zoo contact number
    Future posts: How to get to Manila Zoo, How to get to Avilon Zoo

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 11:11 PM,

    9 Comments:

    At Feb 14, 2011, 9:40:00 PM, Anonymous Traveler on Foot said...

    Thank you advertising our blog post about Malabon. You know I am not good at giving directions. I am sure this will be very helpful to those who want to visit Malabon Zoo.

     
    At Apr 17, 2011, 7:30:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    see you later thanks for the direction...more power

     
    At Apr 25, 2011, 2:46:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    can i have a direction to manila zoo from cavite city please... i need it on wednesday april 27, 2011

     
    At Apr 25, 2011, 6:20:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    anonymous, i made another post just for you on how to get to Manila Zoo...comment there :P

     
    At Apr 26, 2011, 7:02:00 PM, Anonymous Homeowner Insurance said...

    Thanks for the information. We will be there on April 29, my birthday.

     
    At Dec 25, 2011, 2:12:00 PM, Blogger Kris Nicolas said...

    nice post.. thanks for the info.. yung entrance fee po ba for kids and adult na rin?

     
    At Dec 25, 2011, 2:17:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    kris, yes, adults and children. going there christmas day or new years day?

     
    At Aug 14, 2012, 2:10:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    how much the intranz?

     
    At Feb 7, 2013, 12:52:00 AM, Blogger Maria Marilyn Madrid said...

    Hi, I've linked this post to a Malabon zoo review I've published - http://www.freemindsfreelines.com/2013/02/malabon-zoo-review.html

     

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