• Address

    Bukit Gambang Resort City
    26300 Gambang
    Pahang
    Malaysia
  • Opening hour

    Tuesday - Thursday: 12:00PM - 9:00PM
    Friday - Sunday: 10:00AM - 9:00PM
    Closed on Monday
  • Contact number

    016-988 4769
  • Email

  • Price / Fee

    From RM68 for adult
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Bukit Gambang Safari Park (BGSP) is the Largest Safari Park in Malaysia. It aims to bring you countless exciting encounters, up-closed and personal with exotic animals from around the world. There are over 300 animal species, many of them being first of their kind in Malaysia.Nestled within 138 acres of secondary jungle and just 35km before the city of Kuantan, Bukit Gambang Safari Park is the largest Zoo Safari Park in Malaysia.

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foursquare.com
  • 1 year ago
  • 100 reviews

Bukit Gambang Safari Park - 26 tips from 1727 visitors

Read 26 tips and reviews from 1727 visitors about tarzan show, cute and books. "My kids loved it esp when they get to feed cute lemurs and touch and..."
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  • 1 year ago

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Bukit Gambang Safari Park, Gambang, Pahang. 8.8K likes. Official Fan Page for Bukit Gambang Safari Park (BGSP).
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tripadvisor.com
  • 1 year ago
  • 93 reviews

Bukit Gambang Safari Park (Malaysia): Visiting Bukit Gambang Safari Park (with Photos) - TripAdvisor

Bukit Gambang Safari Park, Gambang: See 93 reviews, articles, and 64 photos of Bukit Gambang Safari Park, ranked No.1 on TripAdvisor among 3 attractions in Gambang.

Bukit Gambang Safari Park, Gambang

Overall, I have to say the bird sanctuary and the lizard area were the most amazing part that I have enjoyed throughout this trip. There are a lot of maintenance need to do as I can see the building is running old. There are not much animals to be expected but if you really wanted to visit, I would suggest you to come by before 2.00pm and leave at night. That will make most of the ticket you have paid. I have to stress it once again, RM48 for a kid is way too expensive especially when the height limit for free ticket is at 90cm. Even there should be any charges for kids, it shouldn't be that expensive. Furthermore, there is no benefit for MyKad or MyKid holder. Usually we will get special discount for being a Malaysian but unfortunately it is not useful here. I really hope one day there is a Safari Park like Chimelong Safari Park in Guangzhou, China.