The Vinpearl Safari Park on Phu Quoc Island, the first wildlife
zoo in Vietnam, has just received 200 endangered animals of different species
from various bio-geographic regions in the world.
The rare animals include white antelopes (addax), black-and-white ruffed lemurs
(Varecia variegata), ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta) and giraffes.
The Conservation Park, part of the Vinpearl Resort project in Phu Quoc Island,
Kien Giang Province, one of the biggest zoo in the world, is scheduled to be put
into operation on December 24. The ticket fare will be VND400,000-VND500,000
It consists of two main parts: the Open Zoo and the Safari Park, accommodating
more than 2,000 domestic and foreign animals of 140 species, and some 400
species of flora.
So far, three flights have been deployed to transfer rare animals from the US,
Europe and South Africa to the park.
There will be five more flights to be carried out until the inauguration of the