Khao Kheow Open Zoo has exempted the admission fee for people on 11th-July-2014 for one day in obedience with the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO’s) policy to return happiness to the nation and foster unity.
Chon Buri Governor Komsan Ekkachai, joined by Commander of the fourteenth Military Circle Maj Gen Nat Intaracharoen and Director of Khao Kheow Open Zoo Suriya Saengpong, today directed the unveiling of a promotion to restore happiness among Thai people as part of the NCPO’s plan.
Under the campaign, which runs for one full day, guests can enter the zoo without any charges. In addition, there are musical exhibitions by authorities from the fourteenth Military Circle and well-known entertainers and also comedy shows. Guests can likewise see presentations on majorly started tasks while relishing shopping for cut-price items. Sustenance is accessible free of charge, alongside a mixture of free administrations, for example, wellbeing checkup and hairstyle.
Creature lovers additionally have an opportunity to get up close with their most loved animals, nourish them and click photographs with them. Highlights integrate a sheep farm and a white lion wedding.
At that time, seven zoos around the nation were open without any charge on 11th July 2014: Dusit Zoo in Bangkok, Khao Kheow Open Zoo in Chonburi, Nakhon Ratchasima Zoo, Songkhla Zoo, Chiang Mai Zoo, Khon Kaen Zoo, and Ubon Ratchathani Zoo.
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