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Ayutthaya Elephant Village, Ayutthaya
(2/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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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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  • It is worth visiting the place to meet and stroll in the elephants but I thought they kinda fall and not very well treated. We like to cuddle and help in some way with money to improve the site. The place offers shop and has Tigers tb q can take photo, but of course paying. The price can be set at the time, 600 baths fell to 400. The face q takes the elephant to to take several pictures (very good by the way) and then collects a tip. Worth the ride!
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  • I have never seen such a terrible place of animal cruelty! Just don't go! We were there 2 days ago and that was also the last time. We had us unfortunately previously read not the reviews, which was a bad mistake. The elephants were beaten with a hoe and sticks, that an elephant even bled on the head. A little elephant baby was extremely short chained to his mother, so that there is not move could. Have felt so sorry for the animals! That it exists at all in our world, is really unfortunate and cruel!
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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.