Saturday Nights at The Taipei Zoo: Guide to Extended Hour Activities
The 2018 Saturday Nights at the Taipei Zoo Summer Camp, themed ‘The Almighty Animal Caretaker’ will be scheduled across the Saturday evenings of the summer months.
Saturday Nights at Taipei Zoo Schedule
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In the case of emergencies, the organizers reserve the rights to alter, change or suspend the activity. For any details not covered, the organizers retain the right to make supplementary announcements based on its discretion at any time in accordance to related regulations or explanations.
The Special ‘Keeper’s Talk’ will be scheduled for the extended hours on Saturday evenings during the summer months. Also to note, all those who attend the entire “Keeper’s Talk” program and join their related Facebook fan page will receive an animal-themed badge!
Source: The Official Taipei Zoo Facebook page
Spotlighted Animal Timetable
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Source: Extended Hour Guide, Travel Taipei
The 2018 Taipei Water Festival is scheduled from July 21st to August 25th.
Registration Time: 1700 – 1730.
Extended Hours during Summer Months
Night Tickets: NT$30.
Time Available: 1600 – 2000 (EasyCard accepted).
Admission Direction: Visitors will need to enter from the Main Gate Plaza after 1600 as the Taipei Zoo South Station of the Maokong Gondola will remain closed during night hours. Therefore, the onsite ticket booth will stop selling tickets at 1600.
Education Center and Zoo Train: Free from 1630 onwards.
English address: Taipei Zoo – No. 30, Section 2, Xinguang Road, Wenshan District, Taipei City, 116.
Travel by MRT: MRT Wenshan-Neihu Line: Get off at Taipei Zoo Station.
Travel by Bus: Get off at Taipei Zoo Stop by: 236, 237, 282, 294, 295, 611, 676, 679, 793, 933, S12, BR3, BR6, BR11, BR15, BR18, BR21, G1, 1501, 1503 or 1558. (for bus route information, visit the Taipei Bus Information and Transit System).
Travel by Car:
Parking and Prices:
● The MRT Taipei Zoo Parking Lot is open on holidays. Please refer to the Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation for further information.
The use of public transportation is encouraged.