Da Lat is always on the list of hot tourist destinations in Vietnam because it has both a place to eat, a place to play, and a resort service. But that is for adults, and if you go to Da Lat with young children, you will need to think of more specific places to play.
Zoodoo is a very interesting place for children to play in Da Lat. Zoodoo is a new zoo opened a few years ago, located in Da Nhim commune, Lac Duong district, Ho Chi Minh City. Da Lat, Lam Dong province. This zoo is a convergence of super cute animals with unique, fancy and especially friendly shapes. Since opening until now, Zoodoo has received a lot of attention from visitors everywhere from the elderly to children.
Zoodoo is really an ideal destination for families with young children because they can both be in harmony with nature and take care of and play with cute animals. If normally, children can only see camels, sheep, squirrels, horses, birds … in books and newspapers, then to Zoodoo everything becomes more real and lively. The animals here are created the most similar to their natural habitat, but they are all gentle animals, so you can completely let your children play with them.
Zoodoo is not only a place for entertainment but also a place to learn. It is the practical experiences that will help them increase their understanding and have a clear sense of new things from the outside world, contributing to the comprehensive development from thinking to feeling. It will be great for parents to see their children smiling brightly, freely roaming around, playing with lovely animals and capturing memorable moments.
Zoodoo Dalat Zoo is also a favorite stop for young people. You often come here to relax, enjoy the cool breeze of the same plateau, play with animals and “check-in”. With a large area, in addition to a place to keep animals, Zoodoo also has an area to enjoy coffee and camp. These are also interesting experiences that you should try!
There is a small note that Zoodoo limits the number of visitors each day to maintain the best environment for the animals, so be sure to make a reservation before you come!