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The owners obviously has let this place run down. It is in terrible condition , small plants growing in the middle footpath and road , fallen lamp post left undisturbed, poor neglected animals, the stadium is in pitiful state etc.The only thing going for it...More
Samutprakan Crocodile Farm and Zoo in Bangkok, Thailand is a crocodile zoo, considered one of the largest crocodile farms in the world. There are more than 100,000 crocodiles at the farm, beside a sizable number of other animals like elephants, lions, tigers, monkeys, pigmy horses...More
I hesitated to go, but I still went I still enjoyed quite a lot. Crocodile show is awesome, zoo iws clean and well kept. Some animals maybe have little too small cages, but I have seen far worse (even in Western Europe). Give it a...More
Do not go here... the place is not maintained well, the animals look to be in terrible condition, and many of the concrete walkways are cracked. I do not know what the management is spending the admission money on, but it isn't spent on upkeep.
I use to come here when I was a kid and would come to Thailand in the summer to stay with family. It use to be a big attraction. Now it's just rundown and sad.
I'm torn in this review because I know if people...More
This place is one of the most inhuman experiences I’ve ever had to go through, tigers are chained in minuscule cages, which are not kept clean, the crocodile show is horrible to watch as it’s just a keeper hitting a crocodile on the snout with...More
Went to visit expecting it to just be crocodiles and our host recommended it, I wish I had researched it first as this is the most disgusting abusive place I've ever seen. Chimps dresses in clothes tiny enclosures crocodiles are beaten with sticks for the...More
This crocodile farfm is situated a little way out of Bangkok in Samut Prakan, but is worth visiting if you like or want to watch a crocodile show, with keepers risking their limbs and head by
potting them in or near the reptiles' jaws. Only...More