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Sriracha Tiger Zoo, Chonburi
(2.7/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web)
Bottlefeed a tiger cub or pose with a fully grown tigress at Sriracha Tiger Zoo, a combined zoo and circus. The zoo boasts one of the most successful tiger breeding programs in the world, with over 400 of the majestic beasts in captivity, and provides a rare opportunity to interact with them. The facility's set-up is atypical, with species interspersed in the same areas (where pigs nurse tiger cubs and vice versa). The zoo is small and considered bizarre by some, as it offers various shows where tigers, elephants, and crocodiles perform supernatural tricks. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Sriracha Tiger Zoo by using our Chonburi itinerary maker.
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  • We visited the Sriracha tiger zoo today, 1.tooo many tigers u can see... Tiger cubs feed milk from piggies. Tiger show. 2.elephant show ride, ride cost u 100B 3.croc show. U want to feed any animal u ...  more »
  • Picked by a service of the tiger I and my friend from Pattaya to sriracha Zoo for 1400 baht. First 20 minutes delay. Arrived, saw the Zoo pretty passable, but inside the purest Quälerrei. Not only that the animals are pumped full with tranquilizers, but also painfully be kept in too small cages, but also that the atmosphere is uncomfortable and overpriced. Inside, you can make images for 200 baht each. The baby tiger barely 20 days old, are pulled out for photos on the shoulder and again purely tossed. Also, they are sedated. Claws down low cut teeth also and hungry high, 10. The slightly larger "teenage" Tiger are housed in far too small cage cubes, you could feed them through the grid with 200 ml of milk for 50 baht. Just only morbidly. Because they are lean and hungry down. The large adult Tigers, are also heavily sedated. Placed 7 pieces in a pile of concrete and cor stress times the size of less than 70 square meters has running around tiger that vllt let alone without Beschätigungen. Of all animals, the fur is so unkempt and smelly. The shows are abnormal, the animals are beaten so she tracks... The other animals are also housed in a concrete setting. Crocodiles in ponds, pigs may be because there is no place for the lie is present, and they are maintained by all sides, so that you can watch them. I recommend a visit, who gives it, is sick. Not going there only! THIS IS A CASE FOR PETA OR OTHERS. PATHOLOGICAL AND A QUÄLLERREI AT THE HIGHEST LEVEL.
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  • Not okay the animals. I think that the animals with strong sedatives are sedated, so that they are not great moving (as also in small cages?). The baby tiger be kept hungry so that you empty suck each bottle with milk (pig milk). Probably serves that tourists will not be disappointed. Since Chinese and Japanese visitors, it's probably more than no matter which, as the animals are kept are prevalent. My girlfriend and I went again after less than 20 minutes, we had presented different's get. The animals have really very, very small häge. 25 sqm, 7 Tiger sit on bare concrete. The baby Tigers are in my opinion much too soon separated from the mother and kept pigs (for Asian visitors probably a feast for the eyes). I can only advise against this "Zoo". This kind of cruelty to animals should be pursued vigorously and the operators for the rest of her life with 3 slices of bread place on the day in small cages! The images can be seen on the Internet, have absolutely nothing to do with reality in that they were either made in one other Zoo or Studio or edited, so it looks "nice". I want to paint of me how it looks behind the scenes at the "Zoo". Animal rights activists should take care of this zoo, and act. As a foreigner who does not speak the language, my hands are tied. Please visit these "Zoo" NOT and others of which hold to visit them.
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  • Hah. You all love this place, behind the pictures with you and a baby tiger are tigers that have been beaten, drugged, forced to take pictures and be patted by strangers. Do not support this place. Tigers are constantly being killed, help sponsor people to save these beauties x Die all that hurt natures beauty, animals. Cant wait in years time to see you all in jail. I'm coming animals, don't worry.
  • Please do not visit this place. It literally has nothing interesting. Waste of money. Your tour organiser will not include this place in the itinerary and don't go on your own. We did that mstake.!!
  • You will love to pet them !!!! Not expensive. 200 baht for each animal to pet and get a chance to take many pictures by your phone and get a picture from them for the best memory ever.Employers are so nice ! Zoo is clean and safe.
  • Sriracha tiger zood is awesome place ,the tiger and crocodile show is awesome, one of the best in Thiland
  • Good place to take your family for a couple of hours. 4 different shows: tiger show, alligator show, elephant show, and pig race. Shows are about 20 minutes, except the pig race 10min. Elephant show was my favorite. Worst part, which should be illegal and taken out, a black man in a glass display with a jungle outfit on. WHAT ON EARTH IS THIS! Black man is an animal! I am still shock and speechless.