This place is not so widely advertised, but it is worth visiting if you like live animals. Otherwise you will be really disappointed.
This place is a bit hard to find, but everything is possible. We have visited it by ourselves (with a motorbike). Be careful when you rent a motorbike if you wish to go to Paradise Park Farm together with your friend/spouse - choose a more powerful bike model (e.g. Click 125) - you will need to go uphill a lot, since PPF is just on the top of the mountain.
The road we used starts just in front of the Mummified Monk temple on the southern part of Ring Road - just follow the signs).
In the PPF itself you can have a remarkable experience of feeding parrots from you hands (flocks of different parrots, which will seat on you hands and feet :)) You can take a picture with a cockatoo, ara, iguana, gibbon. You can feed ostriches, deers and goats from the palm of your hand.
There is a pool on top of the mountain. The pool is not very big, but is quite deep. You can have a swim, so don't forget to take your swimming suite.
Restaurant on top offers some Thai food and usual fries-burger-sandwich stuff. Prices are high and food is really not worth it, but there is no choice where to eat on top of the mountain :)))
There is a walking path. We have spent about 20 minutes walking there, when it led us back to ostrich fence. To avoid going back all the way we had to cross the place where ostriches live. They were a bit scary, staring at us, but everything ended up OK (doors are not locked and you can freely go inside :))
The place is worth visiting if you like to take a picture with some live animals, but otherwise there isn't much you can do. Don't believe people, who say that you can spend there day or two - PPF is really not a large to place, but is worth visiting once.
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