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Quite small jungle route, 5 or 6 pounds of fishes and catfishes. In one of the pounds there is a giant fish, pretty cool. Dont know why the goat is chained up?
Got a crocodile and monkeys (chained). Worst part is the Angry ants arter...More
Comment “there is no cats”. WHAT?? Catfish is a type of fish. Or you wanted to see animal with fish body and cats head? Whats wrong with some people.
Super nice host! Interesting to visit and walk around.
Please clean the place and it will...More
No cats ... some fish ...
Don't take young children you'll give them nightmares ...
The grumpy pot bellied pig is cool, the giant fish even cooler..
The owner needs to clear the rubbish up, tidy up the place and he could have something quite...More
The place is a cross between Swiss Family Robinson and The Hills have Eyes!! 50 baht entrance fee and you get a bag of fish food. We saw the goat, grumpy pot bellied pig, tortoises and the giant catfish. Also stumbled across the 3 monkeys...More
If you like fishing, visiting the giant catfish farm will make you happy. For us it was the first time seeing a large arapaima as well as huge catfishes. Although the giant catfish farm is a bit outdated or call it "natural", it is worth...More
This is the most eccentric place I have ever visited. It is like being in an episode of Scooby Doo. If you want a jungle experience with crocodile and seething cat fish, a fish the size, shape and colour of a dragon (what colour is...More
This place is really surreal, like being in a wild jungle. I think I and family would have enjoyed it if it wasn't for the pet monkey. We were given catfish food at the entrance, never even made it the catfish area due to being...More
The place was a little torn down but it did not disappoint, really!
The owner of this place was very accommodating and people there were very nice. The daughter or granddaughter of the owner showed us the place and they had a very good amount...More
Yes, I took a tuk tuk. It was one that's near the main beachfront stretch of road. I think they even advertised on the sign "Catfish Farm". It was for round-trip. The driver waited while we walked around. It took about 30... More
Yes, I took a tuk tuk. It was one that's near the main beachfront stretch of road. I think they even advertised on the sign "Catfish Farm". It was for round-trip. The driver waited while we walked around. It took about 30 minutes to get there. I figured he knew better how to get there, and I'd probably get lost or waste a lot of time trying to find it. I believe I paid 800 baht for it all.