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Established in 1928 by the late Johor King, Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Abu Bakar, Zoo Johor is one of the oldest zoos in the country and also in Asia. Originally called an “animal garden”, the medium-sized zoo was handed over to the state government to manage in the 1960s. Catch a glimpse of mighty lions, or play with the friendly elephants. Observe the huge, silent crocodiles from a safe distance, or stroll around the lake while admiring the aquatic birds. Take time to unwind at this unique zoo, and come back with wonderful memories and a day well spent! Zoo Johor is open daily from 8am to 6pm. It gets packed during public holidays and school holidays, so avoid those periods if you don’t like crowds. The entrance fee is MYR 2 for adults and MYR 1 for children (prices subject to change).
For 50 centimos (or half a sol) you can walk the muelle or even buy a piece of fishing line and a hook and join the other locals in trying to catch some dinner. Most fish were pretty small. One guy caught a small rey about the size of a small platter.
Calderitas 4km from Chetumal.The day before I was taken out to see the sites with Moses... We lost the propellor and had to be toed in... Moses found the propellor after searching for only 20 mins amazing :)
We have been the second visitors of this floating village, they are not used to get visitors. It was really beautiful and the locals where so happy.
A small blue wooden fishing boat pulled onto the beach in the town of Tonsupa, Ecuador on the coast of the Pacific Ocean
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