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Tiger Kingdom, Mae Rim
(3.2/5 based on 3,600+ reviews on the web)
Get up close and personal with Thailand's most iconic natural inhabitants at Tiger Kingdom. The park provides a home for these gorgeous cats, and the skilled staff will help you to decide which one you want to pet and have a photo with. Heed the advice and guidance of the keepers: tigers are wild animals and their docile, welcoming behavior from one moment to the next is not something to be taken for granted. To visit Tiger Kingdom on your trip to Mae Rim, use our Mae Rim tour planner.
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  • If you just want a few pictures with a tiger and are willing to pay it is quite good. If you expect to be interactive with the animals it will Let you down... They promisse 10 minutes or more with eac...  more »
  • For people who want to be photographed with a tiger. Several rates according to the size of the Tiger. The animals are in together drugs which allows tourists to take pictures next or s lie down beside d them, some playing with their tails. The cages are small and concrete with a table in the middle. Quick to flee if you really love animals, this Center is a shame it is clear that profit is more important that the well being of the animals.
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  • Kaplanlara if you want to touch is for you. Although some short time spent with animals it's a nice experience. I would recommend you to choose the smallest animals:)
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  • Entered with good intentions (ignorant as we are), but left with very bad feelings. Everything adds up: young and inexperienced trainers, sleeping animals, small cages, which should result in highly frustrated animals. They have to be drugged, because that would be a cage you don't want to enter if they were not... Even the other animals, not meant for pictures, didn't look very natural. Cynically, they even mixed up the information board before the cages of the lion and the tiger next to it. As if they even don't care anymore. Only the overpriced fee tourists pay, is important. Every guide or even local will recommend you to go there "tiger is our friend" and "they are used to people", which makes me even more sick. Don't go there if you like animals in nature, and skip the other farms (crocodile, snake, monkey) as well.
  • DO NOT SUPPORT! I went and regretted it. I read reviews and they were mixed so I wanted to see for myself. The babies are treated alright compared to adults but once an adult they are caged in a small room which is about 7x7 ft (tiny for an adult tiger). All that's in there is bowl of water and a small wooden table for them to sleep on. The tigers either sleep or pace because they can literally do no exercise or a typing else. There are nicer spaces but those are only for tigers who can take pictures with people who pay a FARE OR PACKAGE WHICH IS WAY OVERPRICED FOR THE MINUTES YOU BUY. Each package is for few minutes of snap shots to max of 10 min for a very hefty fee for what you get. Any tiger not taking a pictures is completely caged in that tiny space. Some tigers are obviously not picture friendly, so those tigers are probably confined for very long periods. And btw, I am sure the adult tigers who are in the cage with customers are DRUGGED. No way a 500lb giant tiger would let me lean on it and take a pic when they are clearly frustrated and depressed.
  • The facilities these tigers live in are nothing short of appalling. Some tigers are so docile they can barely move, which makes me suspicious that claims of drug use are true. Other tigers pace aimlessly back and forth in thier small cement and chain link enclosures. Im ashamed that i didnt better research this - i never should have gone.
  • Man this was awesome! You can pet and take pictures with real life Tigers. They seem like they are taken care of well and are not mistreated. Very professional staff, we'll kept grounds and very modern. The zoo keepers show a lot of love for the Tigers and the Tigers seem to love it there. They maybe on sleep meds but they are very healthy. I would recommend anyone in the area to go
  • The tigers are well cared for and comfortable. We had an amazing experience with these beautiful animals. Those who are so critical should consider what the alternatives are. Sadly there is not enough space for them to roam what is left of the jungle as much as we would like it to be different. This is an amazing preservation