Night Safari : very nice open zoo 1.2 km track all kinds of cats, lions ,phanters, gazzell, birds, lemour , wallaby and more! I think i will be back in day time... very very nice 800 bath
This place was a described as an animal sanctuary.. So I was pretty excited to see a place that looked after it's animals (This is a difficult thing to find in Thailand). Upon arrival, I was sent to a "Show", where lions performed tricks, like jumping through hoops etc... I ended up walking out of that part. Then I was... More
for 800 baht per person the night safari was disappointing to say the least. the water fountain show was mediocre. there was a 45 minute wait between the two safari's. they had animals to pose with for a 'tip' and others like baby tigers enclosed in the smallest kennels which you can pay to get a picture with. as for... More
Sit on the RIGHT SIDE of the bus, because 70% of the animals are on the right side.... but the tiger is on the left.... There is a FREE BUS that leaves from the police station of night baazar at 7h15pm the ticket costs 800 at the counter.... if u buy in your guesthouse is cheaper
This was one of the few things I've seen in Thailand that tries to emulate a popular US theme park. Not Disneyland by a long shot, but definitely 2nd tier and enjoyable by many. I found it a bit like Disneyland's jungle cruise, but with real animals. Cool the way many are allowed to come up to the tram so... More
Very entertaining, interactive and informative. The kids had a blast.I would definitely go again. A big thumbs up from all nine of us.
The grounds outside are quite spectacular. There are a few shows of women dancing, pretty good. The Tiger show as very poor. I felt sorry for them as to how they were treated. After all the side shows you travel around the grounds in open rail cars viewing all the animals, finishing up with another dancing show.
I have to agree with other posters once you arrive you have no idea where to go. Thankfully there was a huge group of Chinese tourists and we followed them and just went into the english speaking line. The tickets are super small so make sure you keep them safe, we lost our and you need it to rides the... More
When you first walk in there is no real easy way to figure out where you are/where to go. We weren't given a map of the place and had to find our own. The Tiger Show was all in Thai, and not very impressive at all. The tigers looked scared/angry when they were made to do any tricks. The tram... More
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