Saturday Nights at the Taipei Zoo: Almighty Animal Caretaker

07-21-18 17:00 - 20:30

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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Date & Time
July 21
July 28
August 11
August 18
August 25
1700 – 1730
Almighty Animal Caretaker: “Observation”: False Gharial
Almighty Animal Caretaker: “Artificial Nursing”: Armadillo
Almighty Animal Caretaker: “Attention to Details”: Taipei Grass Frog
Almighty Animal Caretaker: “Judgement”: Eurasian Otter
Almighty Animal Caretaker: “Compassion”: African Wild Donkey
1730 – 1745
Animal Dance Sing-along Part 1
Animal Dance Sing-along Part 1
Animal Dance Sing-along Part 1
Animal Dance Sing-along Part 1
Animal Dance Sing-along Part 1
1745 – 1815
Almighty Animal Caretaker: Finding 5 Crocodiles in Seconds
All Mighty Animal Caretaker: The Most Powerful Nannies on Earth
Almighty Animal Caretaker: Each Grain is the Result of Farmer’s Toiling
Almighty Animal Caretaker: Are the Babies Alright?
Almighty Animal Caretaker: You Understand How I feel
1815 – 1845
WIND Music: Fann
Indigenous Music and Dance Performance
Wildlife Protection Theater
Wildlife Protection Theater
Wildlife Protection Theater
1845 – 1900
Animal Dance Sing-along Part 2
Animal Dance Sing-along Part 2
Animal Dance Sing-along Part 2
Animal Dance Sing-along Part 2
Animal Dance Sing-along Part 2
1900 – 1930
Animal Storybook Reading: Krokodil und Giraffe warten auf Weihnachten
Animal Storybook Reading: The Sleepy Armadillo: The Story of Litoudian
Animal Storybook Reading: City Dog, Country Frog
Animal Storybook Reading: Otter Finds a New Home
Animal Storybook Reading: The Gorilla’s Bakery Shop
1930 – 2030
Ecology Movie “Ambition Showcase”: Elephant Fable
Ecology Movie “Ambition Showcase”: Life Story: First Steps
Ecology Movie “Ambition Showcase”: Returning Kingfisher
Ecology Movie “National Geographic Channel”: Sumatran Rhino
Ecology Movie “National Geographic Channel”: Jane Goodall

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.

Taipei Zoo

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!

Animal themed badges

Source: The Official Taipei Zoo Facebook page

Spotlighted Animal Timetable

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Date
Venue
Spotlighted Animal
Time
1700 – 1730
Asian Tropical Rainforest AreaFalse Gharial
1900 – 1915
1730 – 1745
Formosan Animal Area (Conservation Walkway)Armadillo
1900 – 1915
1745 – 1815
Amphibian and Reptile HouseTaipei Grass Frog
1900 – 1915
1815 – 1845
Formosan Animal AreaEurasian Otter
1900 – 1915
1845 – 1900
Desert Animal AreaAfrican Wild Donkey
1900 – 1915

Saturday Nights at Taipei Zoo

Source: Extended Hour Guide, Travel Taipei

Duration

The 2018 Taipei Water Festival is scheduled from July 21st to August 25th.

Registration Time: 1700 – 1730.
Registration Venue: Wildlife Conservation Market Service Counter (the first tent on the left side of the main stage).
Method of Registration: On site with limited openings.
Competition Categories: Elementary School; Middle and High School; Adults.

Extended Hours during Summer Months
Taipei Zoo will remain open on Saturday evenings until 2100.
July: 7, 14, 21, and 28.
August: 4, 11, 18, and 25.

Admission fee

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.

Location

English address: Taipei Zoo – No. 30, Section 2, Xinguang Road, Wenshan District, Taipei City, 116.
Chinese address: 116台北市文山區新光路二段30號.

Directions

Travel by MRT: MRT Wenshan-Neihu Line: Get off at Taipei Zoo Station.
(for MRT route information, visit Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation).
MRT Nangang/Banqiao/Tucheng Line: Get off at Taipei City Hall Station, and then take bus route G1, BR18 or BR21 to Taipei Zoo.

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