Samutprakan Crocodile Farm and Zoo, Bangkok
Categories: Farms, Zoos & Aquariums, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities, Tourist Spots
Witness the largest crocodile in captivity at Samutprakan Crocodile Farm and Zoo, home to over 100,000 crocodiles. The facility puts on shows where performers place their heads inside crocodiles' mouths and do other terrifying acts. In addition to the crocs, you will also see elephants, lions, tigers, monkeys, and hippos in this park. Visitors have reported poor treatment of animals, however, so consider visiting more reputable and humane institutions instead. Tourists pay over double the price for Thai visitors at this attraction. Samutprakan Crocodile Farm and Zoo is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Bangkok Edition.
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Taylanda gidip vahşi yaşamı gözlemlemek için ideal alan. Ne kadar hayvan varsa görme imkanınız var. Kaplan, timsah, Ayı, Kaplumbağa, fil, yılan vs. vs.hepsi mevcut. Giriş kişi başı 200 THB. Ayrıca 20B... read more »Ideal for observing wildlife area trail go. If you have the possibility to see how animal. Kaplan, alligator, bear, Turtle, elephant, snake, etc. etc. all present. Login to 200 THB per person. We also give you can feed the crocodiles 20BHT. I suggest at least 2 hour allocation.show original
This place had really impacted on my emotions . It was an amazing experience to hold a baby tiger although it wasn't for long they literally snapped a picture while I fed him powdered milk and took hi... read more »
vous pouvez donner meme a manger aux crocodiles et le spectacle est super. le zoo est genial et le spectacle d éléphants et tres tres bienYou can even eat crocodiles and the show is great. the zoo is great and the show elephants and very very good dshow original
This is a really interesting place. They do a crocodile show where they put their hands and heads inside the crocodile's mouth. First, they hit the mouth of the crocodile with a stick, and it's really loud. Then when the crocodile stops closing it's mouth after being hit with a stick, they put their hand and head in the crocodile. I'm glad I saw it once, but I cringed the whole time, and probably won't ever see it again. I will go back for the other exhibits, though. They have lots of elephants, turtles, and other animals. And they have tons of crocodiles from babies to super old crocodiles. I got slimed by an elephant who was taking my 20 baht. I should have learned from the kids who handed the elephant the money, dropped it and screamed as the elephant picked up their money.
It's a nice place nearby Bangkok. 300 THB entry for adult. Thousands of crocodiles and a wonderful exciting show. Good to go with family on half day trip.
This is the worst experience we have witnessed for cruelty to animals. Crockodiles are kept in tiny cages that clearly have not been cleaned in months. Turtles that are in distress as are the rest of the animals. There is no water for the monkeys turtles deer etc. In the hot sun. Someone has cracked the shell of one turtle. The place is so run down and in disrepair we are shocked that it is still in operation. By Western standards this would not be allowed. The main attraction in the arena of yet more abused and mistreated animals is nothing more than a "tip" grab. A pathetic example of abusing animals for profit is what this place is all about. How the ratings are so high can only be attributed by those that manage this "hell for animals" to boost the ratings. Stay away!!
A good place for a holiday 1 trip.Many Crocs and very big crockodiles are there.Also funny and adventurous show of man and crockodiles.
I've here very often since I was very young (now&then) saw lots of changes. They should renovate this zoo. Before it was much much better than now. Felt pity for those animals left uncare, unfed enviornment. But there are lots of animal and good for children to learning animal world.
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