Ragunan Zoological Garden - North Entrance

This is one amongst several others entry point to Ragunan Zoological Park. North Entrance II is the most common entrance because there is also a TransJakarta bus stop near by.

Ragunan Zoological Park was initially built on 1864 at Cikini area (currently known as Taman Ismail Marzuki), then in 1966, the zoo was moved into the present location and officialy opened for public at June 22nd, 1966.

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