Very good tour with lots to see the animal shows are really amazing. I have never seen a tiger jump through a flaming hoop !! The opportunity to take a photo with a baby tiger is a once in a lifetime experience well worth 200 baht!! Do not miss this if you are in pattaya
Cool experience I ended up skipping out on the lunch since I was a bit busy and met a cute local, but overall this tour is very cool. Highly recommend.
DAVID L Australia
Driver prompt. Had personal guide around the zoo. Took us to what we wanted to see and we got good photos with tiger and feeding tiger cubs. There was a muck up with lunch, and there wasn't time to have lunch, as the bus was leaving. Staff were very apologic and gave us to large stuffed tigers as compensation for not having lunch. I think the tigers would have cost more than the lunch did.
never seen so many tigers in one,s life,great to see them breeding numbers, nice meal,well priced,elephants and croc show good as well, thank you.
Rachel H United Kingdom
Was picked up at 2pm as advised although I had originally booked a 930am tour! - Zoo was a bit scruffy but got some great photo ops with Tigers, baby tigers, monkeys, crocs etc. Included meal was very good with very generous portions. Felt we were rushed around a bit. Overall would highly recommend it.
ARCHELAOS S Greece
Very nice zoo. You can see a lot of animals such as tigers, elephants, crocodiles show and most of all, you can feed baby tigers with milk!
Robert G Australia
Driver arrived for pickup 30 minutes early so I was stressed and flustered to begin with but everything from the moment we arrived at the Zoo was great - wonderful guide by the name of Fine showed us to each of the attractions and shows, gave clear directions about where and when she would meet us and the shows were great. Highlight was definitely holding the baby tiger. Good range of food for lunch and good amount of time allocated, Definitely recommended
Monique N Australia
We were picked up on time and greeted by our tour guide at the zoo. We followed her around, just in case we got seperated and lost as the zoo is quite big. The highlight was holding a baby tiger! The shows happened one after the other. Tiger show, crocadile show, then the elephant show, the best one in my opinion! Lunch was good. Although after seeing numerous animals and weird things, we were afraid to eat really so just ate the fries. After that, it was back in the van and back to the hotel. The day happened so orderly. We happened to go on the weekend so there were extra amount of people visiting the zoo, including schools. It's also a hot day there so bring a bottle of water with you.
This is a nice place to visit but the tour was very rushed. You had 45 minutes once you get there to feed a baby tiger and take a pic with a big tiger...then off to the crocodile show, the tiger show, the elephant show, lunch and home. the was about 15 minutes to grab lunch. They need to extend this by about and hour or more. The experience was very rushed and not something you had time to savor.
The tour is interesting but rushed. We were moved from one attraction to another with no time to see the gardens etc. We had about 10 minutes to eat lunch before having to get back on the bus - no where near enough time. Finally the drive back was terrifying - i'm pretty sure we nearly crashed a few times but since i had my eyes shut i can't be sure!
Tyra United Kingdom
More like a show of animals than a zoo. Awful treatment of animals, baby tigers are kept in tiny cages as well as the larger ones. No conservation, just pure entertainment. Very surprises Viator would associated themselves with a place like this.
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