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Ayutthaya Elephant Village, Ayutthaya

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  • They tell you that the ride lasts 45 minutes and is false. It lasts 10 minutes. They were unfriendly and at the end, in a very aggressive way, asked for a tip. Not worth what you pay (about 12 euros per person, 10 minutes). Horrible experience.
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  • Elephant is the best, but don't know what to chipcrecre attack. Prepare the Pan up to 20 baht notes and elephant. Also required to coconuts farm in HIS bus tour will be taken. They sell souvenirs at merbukuron three times the price. If urinating only once and let's get back to the bus. His parents and children know nothing fun going shopping and pay 100 Baht tip shape I feel from this age know all tricks, but I think "is that good in" dig a little deeper in the net is not enough effort. Or "cheated" or thinking what I think "fun". Many made possible. By the way the elephant goes into the water and Yes you will. This is trivia.
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  • Van put - n just wandering the course at the elephant's masterpiece, it was decided that Fest has been too many years, nothing.
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  • The animals there are getting abused only for the tourists. A drugged tiger on a chain while you can cuddle his cubs isn't natural and definitely not ok. If you decide to visit the animal shows or ride an elephant here, you are basically supporting animal abuse.
  • Good floating market in Autthaya. I was here 2 times. For Thailand people free, for other 200 baht. Have show. Can take boat. Many shops of clothes and food.
  • The elephants seem well cared for but the big cats are probably being drugged to make them "friendly" for tourists. Skip the lion, tigers and animal performance show. Ride an elephant around the ruins and then pop over to the floating market. 200 baht gets you a 10 minute boat ride and entrance to the market. Vendors are reasonably priced. IMPORTANT: You must bring your own toilet paper for the bathroom! Be sure to stash some in your purse or man bag before heading out.
  • Decent floating market. Dual Thai and Foreigner pricing is in full effect. The show is good even if you don't understand Thai, lots of audience participation.
  • Cheap hats & souvenirs. But the tix to the floating market is expensive. Thanks God I don't want to buy the entrance tix.