Naypyidaw Safari Park
|Naypyidaw Safari Park|
|နေပြည်တော် ဆာဖာရီ ဥယျာဉ်|
|Area||98.27 acres (39.77 ha)|
|Created||12 February 2011|
|Operated by||Ministry of Forestry|
|Status||Open all year|
The Naypyidaw Safari Park (Burmese: နေပြည်တော် ဆာဖာရီ ဥယျာဉ်) is a wildlife park, located in Naypyidaw, Myanmar (Burma). The park consists of a 35.1 acres (14.2 ha) Asian safari, a 3.53 acres (1.43 ha) Australian safari and a 59.64 acres (24.14 ha) African safari. The Asian safari has over 100 rare wildlife animals including the domesticated wild oxen, sambur, and different kinds of deer, while the Australian one features various types of leopards and the African one various African deer, camels, goats, lions, tigers, rhinos, ostriches, giraffes, zebras and ponies. Visitors can see the wildlife by buggy.
The construction of the park began in November 2010.
- "Safari Park (Nay Pyi Taw) to open on 12 February". Bi-Weekly Eleven. Yangon. 2011-01-26. Archived from the original on 2011-04-30.