Kebun Binatang Bandung

Bandung, Jawa Barat
Alamat: Jalan Kebun Binatang No.6, Lebak Siliwangi, Coblong, Lb. Siliwangi, Coblong, Kota Bandung, Jawa Barat 40123, Indonesia
Rating: 2.80
Telp: +62 22 2502770
Jam Operasional:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday: 8:00 AM – 5:15 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM – 5:15 PM

Komentar :

Nijin Ashok (15/04/2017 11:56)
This is a horrid place and does not deserve to be called a "zoo." Animals are in awful conditions, starving and so unhealthy, and are expected to live their lives like this. All people who care and support creatures on our planet need to call for the immediate release and relocation of these creatures to safe preserves where they may live out their lives in an environment conducive to their well-being. This Indonesian zoo in Bandung is a total disgrace and the people who run it and their government ought to be punished accordingly. Can you IMAGINE emaciated bears begging for food from people who go to this zoo? STOP going to this zoo. The circumstances are torturous for the zoo's inhabitants. The filth and squalor the animals are forced to survive in also forces them to wait for death to give them any relief. Beyond disgusting, this is abhorrent, reprehensible, inexcusable, indefensible and totally unjustifiable to treat these living creatures in such a cruel manner. This zoo must be closed.

kelisi Li (19/03/2017 10:22)
This is a horrid place and does not deserve to be called a "zoo." Animals are in awful conditions, starving and so unhealthy, and are expected to live their lives like this. All people who care and support creatures on our planet need to call for the immediate release and relocation of these creatures to safe preserves where they may live out their lives in an environment conducive to their well-being. This Indonesian zoo in Bandung is a total disgrace and the people who run it and their government ought to be punished accordingly. Can you IMAGINE emaciated bears begging for food from people who go to this zoo? STOP going to this zoo. The circumstances are torturous for the zoo's inhabitants. The filth and squalor the animals are forced to survive in also forces them to wait for death to give them any relief. Beyond disgusting, this is abhorrent, reprehensible, inexcusable, indefensible and totally unjustifiable to treat these living creatures in such a cruel manner. This zoo must be closed.

Abby Rasinska (15/03/2017 06:33)
This is a horrid place and does not deserve to be called a "zoo." Animals are in awful conditions, starving and so unhealthy, and are expected to live their lives like this. All people who care and support creatures on our planet need to call for the immediate release and relocation of these creatures to safe preserves where they may live out their lives in an environment conducive to their well-being. This Indonesian zoo in Bandung is a total disgrace and the people who run it and their government ought to be punished accordingly. Can you IMAGINE emaciated bears begging for food from people who go to this zoo? STOP going to this zoo. The circumstances are torturous for the zoo's inhabitants. The filth and squalor the animals are forced to survive in also forces them to wait for death to give them any relief. Beyond disgusting, this is abhorrent, reprehensible, inexcusable, indefensible and totally unjustifiable to treat these living creatures in such a cruel manner. This zoo must be closed.

Christian Shortt (11/03/2017 04:10)
This is a horrid place and does not deserve to be called a "zoo." Animals are in awful conditions, starving and so unhealthy, and are expected to live their lives like this. All people who care and support creatures on our planet need to call for the immediate release and relocation of these creatures to safe preserves where they may live out their lives in an environment conducive to their well-being. This Indonesian zoo in Bandung is a total disgrace and the people who run it and their government ought to be punished accordingly. Can you IMAGINE emaciated bears begging for food from people who go to this zoo? STOP going to this zoo. The circumstances are torturous for the zoo's inhabitants. The filth and squalor the animals are forced to survive in also forces them to wait for death to give them any relief. Beyond disgusting, this is abhorrent, reprehensible, inexcusable, indefensible and totally unjustifiable to treat these living creatures in such a cruel manner. This zoo must be closed.

Tahra Luther (09/03/2017 01:46)
This is horrid place and does not deserve to be called a "zoo." Animals are in awful conditions, starving and so unhealthy, and are expected to live their lives like this. All people who care and support creatures on our planet need to call for the immediate release and relocation of these creatures to safe preserves where they may live out their lives in an environment conducive to their well-being. This Indonesian zoo in Bandung is a total disgrace and the people who run it and their government ought to be punished accordingly. Can you IMAGINE emaciated bears begging for food from people who go to this zoo? STOP going to this zoo. The circumstances are torturous for the zoo's inhabitants. The filth and squalor the animals are forced to survive in also forces them to wait for death to give them any relief. Beyond disgusting, this is abhorrent, reprehensible, inexcusable, indefensible and totally unjustifiable to treat these living creatures in such a cruel manner. This zoo must be closed.

Rhiannon Blomley (03/03/2017 04:13)
This is horrid place and does not deserve to be called a "zoo." Animals are in awful conditions, starving and so unhealthy, and are expected to live their lives like this. All people who care and support creatures on our planet need to call for the immediate release and relocation of these creatures to safe preserves where they may live out their lives in an environment conducive to their well-being. This Indonesian zoo in Bandung is a total disgrace and the people who run it and their government ought to be punished accordingly. Can you IMAGINE emaciated bears begging for food from people who go to this zoo? STOP going to this zoo. The circumstances are torturous for the zoo's inhabitants. The filth and squalor the animals are forced to survive in also forces them to wait for death to give them any relief. Beyond disgusting, this is abhorrent, reprehensible, inexcusable, indefensible and totally unjustifiable to treat these living creatures in such a cruel manner. This zoo must be closed.

Antonela Manea (03/03/2017 01:58)
This is horrid place and does not deserve to be called a "zoo." Animals are in awful conditions, starving and so unhealthy, and are expected to live their lives like this. All people who care and support creatures on our planet need to call for the immediate release and relocation of these creatures to safe preserves where they may live out their lives in an environment conducive to their well-being. This Indonesian zoo in Bandung is a total disgrace and the people who run it and their government ought to be punished accordingly. Can you IMAGINE emaciated bears begging for food from people who go to this zoo? STOP going to this zoo. The circumstances are torturous for the zoo's inhabitants. The filth and squalor the animals are forced to survive in also forces them to wait for death to give them any relief. Beyond disgusting, this is abhorrent, reprehensible, inexcusable, indefensible and totally unjustifiable to treat these living creatures in such a cruel manner. This zoo must be closed.

Its just Me (06/12/2016 05:25)
This zoo takes the meaning of horrific to a whole new level. The animals are literally starving, they're all skin and bones. It was sickening and my family immediately left as my daughter was balling due to the suffering of these animals. Needs to be shut down immediately. I'm 1000% convinced every positive review on here was made by an employee bc no one in their right mind would consider this zoo a pleasure to visit.

kenzhie7 (14/11/2016 21:49)
Learn about wild animals in Bandung Zoo. but the place was too humid so you have to be careful with the slippery road. I hope to be better in the future

Steven Leonardy (19/10/2016 14:42)
Tempat kumuh, hewan beberapa gak ada di kandangnya
Hewan keliatan sedih, gak aktif
Kandang banyak yg udh rusak & ditambal asal
Terumputan udah gak hijau
Tempat makan gk ada (cmn warung doang)
Toilet jelek

Via Star (09/08/2016 07:26)
Sun Bears kept in the Bandung Zoo are so hungry they eat their own feces. One of the zoo’s giraffes suddenly died and was found to have 40 pounds of plastic trash in its stomach. The Bandung Zoo has been coined Indonesia’s “death zoo” and must be shut down immediately.
Perhaps the most upsetting was the recent loss of Yani, a 34-year-old Sumatran elephant, who was visibly weeping when she died shackled on the ground. She had been sick and neglected for too long. Yani’s species is critically endangered and she was one of about 2,800 of these majestic animals left.
Tourists often report that the confined animals look emaciated and weak. The zoo is overcrowded and doesn't have a veterinarian on hand, so when animals fall ill they are left to suffer like Yani. These are not the only horrific events to have occurred within the zoo, and won’t be the last.

Via Star (09/08/2016 07:26)
Sun Bears kept in the Bandung Zoo are so hungry they eat their own feces. One of the zoo’s giraffes suddenly died and was found to have 40 pounds of plastic trash in its stomach. The Bandung Zoo has been coined Indonesia’s “death zoo” and must be shut down immediately.
Perhaps the most upsetting was the recent loss of Yani, a 34-year-old Sumatran elephant, who was visibly weeping when she died shackled on the ground. She had been sick and neglected for too long. Yani’s species is critically endangered and she was one of about 2,800 of these majestic animals left.
Tourists often report that the confined animals look emaciated and weak. The zoo is overcrowded and doesn't have a veterinarian on hand, so when animals fall ill they are left to suffer like Yani. These are not the only horrific events to have occurred within the zoo, and won’t be the last.

BobbyGoo 123 (09/08/2016 03:45)
Every zoo worker needs to pull their stuff together! Yani, the Sun Bears. You people make me depressed.

Felix Vivaldi (06/06/2016 03:23)
It was actually quite good for a weekend getaway, but you'll cringe or even mourn, looking at the condition of the animals here. Highly NOT recommended for sensitive people. For heartless humans, in you go. Entrance ticket is cheap, too.

Felix Vivaldi (06/06/2016 03:23)
It was actually quite good for a weekend getaway, but you'll cringe or even mourn, looking at the condition of the animals here. Highly NOT recommended for sensitive people. For heartless humans, in you go. Entrance ticket is cheap, too.

de Soleh (31/03/2016 19:13)
Kotor tak terawat

Basilius Prabawa Brodjonegoro (20/02/2016 22:56)
Decent zoo, decent collection. The animals aren't suffering, but they're not having a ball either. One of my favorite places to photograph.

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