Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Safari Park- is the biggest park in Asia

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Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Safari ParkBangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Safari Park 690 acres of park land on three built at a cost of Rs 63 crore and is the biggest park in Asia Safari Park. There are international standards Naturalvision Center , Information and Education , Nature and History Museum , park office , waiting room , dormitory , wildlife hospital , Crocodile Park , lizard Park , Fancy duck Garden , Crown figment aviary , Parrot Aviary, dhanesa pakhisala , Macau Land , Marine ekoyariyama , Orchid House , butterfly garden , Climate House , bhalacara Corner , hanging bridge , observation tower , fountain , watching tiger Restaurant , Restaurant lion watching , turtle breeding center , eco – Resort – food court , elephant gallery show , bird show, gallery , Egg World and Shishu Park . The Safari Park are 6 species of thousands of animals and birds , including 11 tigers , 10 lions with three white lion , 100 pea-cock , two hundred deer , four giraffes , six zebra , 13 forest cows , four elephants , five bear and several species of birds . They are now roaming free in the park . Tiger and lion surrounded natural environment bus and the tourists jeeps are available ,. The ride Safari African Giraffe , zebra , blue bista Wild , Wild Black Beast , can see a variety of animals

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