Safari World
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
About
On the outskirts of Bangkok, Safari World offers a drive-through range for seeing by car or one of the park’s coaches. Animal shows including a marine park, orangutan boxing and a cowboy stunt display are held daily.
Duration: 1-2 hours
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  • Rakesh_Mittal
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India228 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Must Visit if you are in Bangkok with Family
    We took combo ticket for Safari World and Marine Park through Klook( normally having discount). This voucher need to be shown for physical ticket at counter( Separate for online booing and don’t have much rush). It’s a bit far from city centre Bangkok and you can take Grab taxi also. For Zoo you need to purchase separate ticket for bus which go inside the safari world park. For marine park you can roam on your foot. There is a lot of animal( Zebra, Lon, Tiger, Giraffe etc..) which you can see once bus move within the park at slow speed. Then bus will drop you at Marine park gate. Marine park was interested pick with number of shows and too much walking. These shows start back to back and you need to be fast if you want to see all the shows. I found all the shows very good. All shows are outdoor, so you need to be ready for too much heat. Lunch experience was let down as there was too much rush( however we had our table reserved with the pre-lunch order). Thankfully restaurant was AC. Incase you have come with one-way taxi, you can book return taxi from gate a lot of local vendor there who provide taxi as grab is normally not available due to rush and far from city.
    Visited May 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written July 11, 2023
  • Ankit Shah
    Mumbai, India45 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Scaled down version of Dineyland or Universal Studio
    If one is looking for a cheaper version of Disneyland or Universal Studio, then its a gogo. Has 5-6 shows such as dolphin, elephant, sea lion, orangutans show and james bond show. Some shows are good amd some are not upto the mark especially the james bond show. If you are looking to spend a day in your bangkok trip with your family then this could be an ideal destination. They charge for the food and provide seperate veg food as well, but my suggestion would be to give it a miss. Food is a disaster.
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written July 13, 2023
  • Naf
    6 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Good & Bad
    There are two areas. One is the Safari Park & second is the Marine Park. We bought the tickets via klook for both the parks along with lunch. Safari park: since we had our own rented car, it was a wonderful experience to all the animals like Zebra, Rhino, Wilderbeast, Giraffe, Lion, Hippo, Tiger, Bear, varieties of Deers, Birds, etc. It was nice to stop by & see them so close for however long we wanted. It took around 45 mins to drive by, slowly & enjoy seeing them. This was the best part of the zoo and we wouldnt mind going there again just to drive through like this. Lunch: This is in the Marine Park, you can pick between the two restaurants regardless of what you pick in your klook booking, one is an Indian Cuisine & one International which is actually Asian / Thai cuisine. Indian was completely packed with a very long queue out the door. We tried the International, the venue was beautiful & you would have to cross the pink flamingos to go there, loved that. Though there was a line, it moved pretty fast, They will tell you a table number to sit & say that we have 40 minutes to finish. The first table number they gave, there were people still eating there, then they gave us a different table after informing them. Food was decent here. There was also free flow of drinking water & you can fill your water bottles. No real complaints except one may not enjoy the international cuisine if they are 100% vegetarians. Marine Park: The animal shows & animal photo shoots creates an inner conflict about whether should one enjoy this or not as these animals are not supposed to do these tricks & acts. It felt wrong. We left realizing that we are not animal show or animal tricks people. It is hot (so bring mini fan, caps & hats), crowded & packed with school kids. With so many shows, it would have been easier if they planned the show areas right next to each other. But no, they are actually in different places that its almost like a rat race where groups of people are running from one show to another, searching for the next show area. Noticed that people start leaving around 3-4 pm in large numbers including the school kids. Feeding the giraffe was really nice as you get to see them really close & they are roaming free. Dont miss the egg world, the baby birds in the incubators were cute.
    Visited July 2023
    Written August 3, 2023
  • Toby C
    Madrid, Spain76 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Safari is good
    Safari world is amazing. You can drive ur car inside and see the animal closely. Marine park has many shows and cage animial. First show i ve seen was elepant. But i saw they have been chained and trainer has a stick on hands. Which make me feel very bad for those animal. Many ppls in the show. Outside was ok not very crowd. Food was ok . I will love feed gireffe. Its amazing. They have freedom to walk around or if they full they get out. Overall if u never been there can go 1 time. Safari is amazing.
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written August 5, 2023
  • wayne p
    Edmonton, Canada264 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    World Top Zoo and Tons of Fun
    An unbelievable experience Our driver was the BEST. This is the best Zoo in the world. Dolphin, elephant and orangutan shows were the best and funny. They take good care of the animals you can see that. The place is clean food buffet for lunch was good
    Visited September 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written September 20, 2023
  • Soumen C
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India268 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great experience
    This was our second visit. We decided to do the bus trip first this time as we found quite a few animals sleeping last time in the afternoon. This time lions, tigers and others were far more active which was quite exciting. The highlights are the dolphin show and the sea lion show. You can take pictures with them after the show. We had done this last time. So, we decided to take pictures with tiger cubs and orangutans. This was a nice experience.
    Visited October 2022
    Traveled with family
    Written September 27, 2023
  • LoneTraveller33
    Singapore, Singapore531 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Not a place I would prioritise a visit
    Hard for me to put this location as anything beyond average. For starters, the Safari World is really disappointing. You pay 1000 + 100 baht to sit is a mini bus to tour around an open area for 30mins or so. Given the space limitation, there are limited varieties of animals that you see. This portion, I personally think you can pass. As for the Marine Park, it's a zoo configuration with multiple shows throughout the day. The shows are pretty entertaining. The dolphin show is a must visit. You can consider visiting this area if your itinerary for the family includes a visit to see animals. There are many add-ons throughout the park during the visit, so be prepared to pay a lot more if you wish to try out everything. The entry ticket is separate to the Safari World, you can purchase either of the location or both as a package. Please also note that buying online through various ticketing agents are cheaper than buying on-site. To purchase online, you need to minimally buy it one day before.
    Visited October 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written October 14, 2023
  • Shane P
    Mermaid Beach, Australia196 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great for kids
    Overall, the quality of animals kept at this place we’re good. the best experience was hand feeding giraffes. Seeing big cats up close also awesome . There are two parks there, one is a safari drive around in a bus. It take 30 mins to drive Around inside with all the animals. I prefer the other park which is was a walking zoo . Many different types of animals from around the world. I can’t believe how active they were. I personally think it’s racist that Western people get charged more then thai citizens to enter. Overall experience for my children was perfect in the walking part of the zoo.
    Visited November 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written November 12, 2023
  • Rahul Ajmera
    Pune, India899 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Must visit for animal interactions & shows
    Safari World at Bangkok is a great attraction for those wanting to interact with animals & witness animal shows. Children will enjoy this. There are many Shows, Animal Feeding Experiences & Zoo Animal Exhibits to see & it is impossible to cover everything in 1 day. You need atleast 2-3 days to cover the entire Safari World, so it is recommended that you plan your day thoroughly else you'll miss out on what you enjoy. We only did a few shows & tried to cover all Zoo Animal Exhibits & Animal Feeding Experiences (Giraffe, Alpaca, Pony, Fish, Kangaroo, Tiger Cub, Elephant, Camel, Capybara, Birds, etc) as we were more interested in personalized close up encounters with animals. You can easily spend 1000-2000 THB extra on these feeding experiences. They also have a separate Safari Zone where you can see animals up close in a bus or private vehicle. They have specific feeding times for animals, which you can witness if you plan your trip accordingly. There are plenty of food options available inside & there is an Indian Buffet, where vegetarian food (Puri, Jain Dal, two vegetables, rice, yogurt, dessert) is provided. The park security does not allow large food items inside, but you can carry small packets of food for yourself & children. It is recommended to book the tickets in advance as it's cheaper.
    Visited November 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written November 15, 2023
  • S Sam
    India187 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    One of the Must Visit Place in Thailand
    Its one of the "must visit" attraction in Thailand. We can see animal very closer and take photos. Experiencing the natural beauty of animals world is giving a different feel. Any age groups can enjoy this trip.
    Visited November 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written November 23, 2023
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Darren L
Burnaby, Canada124 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
I actually really enjoyed my trip to Safari World. Booked a private driver from Klook and would definitely recommend this for anyone with small children, as it allows you to move at your own pace considering the heat can really get to them. I found this to be a non-typical zoo experience, as we first started off by driving around the safari park to see some animals quite up close. Once we got off the car and moved inside, it was refreshing to see a number of entertaining shows scheduled... you can consider some of these cheesy Universal Studio rip offs, but it's certainly a nice change of pace from your standard animal documentaries. Unfortunately, they are scheduled or placed efficiently so you really do have to move quickly to get from one to another.
Written January 21, 2020
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A V
India3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Family
Really world-class place .Unbelievable sight of of so many lions and tiger so class to you.All shows have been really good. Only negative is I think 3700 indian rupees per person was overpriced
Written January 11, 2020
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lpj0508
Singapore, Singapore350 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Family
Safari world - a drive through safari like experience where you see wild animals living in natural environment. The larger section is where the birds (why don’t they fly away?) and herbivores reside. There is a separate section surrounded by electric fences and guard posts for the carnivores. Either drive a car through (with tickets of course) or hire a car with driver for the best experience. Some people join tour groups in buses or vans but personally I find the car option better. Well worth it.

Marine park is like a zoo although it’s called marine park. There are various animal and stunt shows scheduled throughout the day. Once properly planned, it’s possible to cover all the shows and yet visit the various animal exhibits. Having said that, the most memorable experience is the mini world (I think) with the little birds that will crowd around one with the sunflower seed feeds. We had much fun playing with them. Giraffe feeding was also fun with may giraffes waiting to be fed. Of course we had to pay for the feed but it was worth the fun.
Written February 4, 2020
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Marios K
Ayia Napa, Cyprus440 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Family
Without many words to say this was the best day we had in our 3 trips in Thailand so far. We booked tickets online for 900thb each including lunch (we loved the lunch) and marine park. we had to pay extra 60thb for the bus to take us in the safari. We used Grab app to book a taxi from our hotel (Top Hight Airport Link hotel) to Safaru world (380 to go and 380 to come including tolls.

Warning! There are many drivers on Grab doing a scam trying taking only customers without entrance ticket and selling them the entrance ticket at ridiculous prices (even 1500thb pp while we paid 900thb pp at ticket2attraction).

You can buy food to feed the Elephants and Giraffe for 100thb.

We will visit it again and it worried every penny.
Written January 14, 2020
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X_Crow
Singapore, Singapore23 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Family
Get really up close to wild animals including lions and tigers by your car window. Recommend to self drive or book a private car to drive thru slowly and appreciate mother nature. Fun shows available including dolphins and orang utans! A must go for family with kids or animal lovers!
Written February 5, 2020
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LoneTraveller33
Singapore, Singapore531 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Family
Hard for me to put this location as anything beyond average. For starters, the Safari World is really disappointing. You pay 1000 + 100 baht to sit is a mini bus to tour around an open area for 30mins or so. Given the space limitation, there are limited varieties of animals that you see. This portion, I personally think you can pass.

As for the Marine Park, it's a zoo configuration with multiple shows throughout the day. The shows are pretty entertaining. The dolphin show is a must visit. You can consider visiting this area if your itinerary for the family includes a visit to see animals. There are many add-ons throughout the park during the visit, so be prepared to pay a lot more if you wish to try out everything.

The entry ticket is separate to the Safari World, you can purchase either of the location or both as a package. Please also note that buying online through various ticketing agents are cheaper than buying on-site. To purchase online, you need to minimally buy it one day before.
Written October 14, 2023
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Varsha S
41 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2022 • Family
It was a fun adventure. They had 2 theme safari park and marine park separately. Safari park was 45 mins coach bus ride, you can see wild animal and watch feeding them. We covered marine park which gives more freedom to roam and see the animals closer by foot. (Don't have any facilities to hire the ride) You will get Wheelchair and stollar for babies in 100 baht per hour + deposit of 600 baht. (Stollar was in bad condition and model of it was also not user friendly, didn't find convenient for babies at all). You can click the picture with animals (sea Lion, Elephant, Dolphin, Orangutan, eagle, Owl) or feed animal after the show in 100 baht per person. Feeding Giraffe was really fun. Nursing a Tiger cub, holding, cuddling and feeding with a bottle was once in a lifetime experience, plus you can take a photo of your experience in 100 baht. You have 5 shows to see in marine park Dolphin show, Sea Lion Show, Orangutan show, Elephant show, Bird show. We have spent 7-8 hour exploring around the zoo. It was hot and sunny, got very tired walking around for so long. You have to buy separate tickets for safari park and marine park. Ticket prices are different for both park. You can buy tickets in advance after checking online. Had an amazing and memorable experience touring the zoo.
Written June 17, 2022
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Tanya K
Kemer, Türkiye42 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019
We went to Safari World for our four-year-old son but ended up having fun as well! The safari itself is short, we were a bit bummed that it took that fast - 30 min at the most. Then you go on to the Marine Park and walk around and look at different animals (not just marine ones). There are shows throughout the day, spaced in time just enough so you can make it to most of them. We came to the park at 9am and left at 5pm. We went to almost all the shows. The bird show was so much fun and our son loved the Space Wars show with all the explosions and action involved, it's like a live blockbuster played by actors (no animals involved).
The bird park was great fun, as you get to feed the parrots and they sit on your hands and head, etc and nibble on your hair. We didn't want to leave! 
Overall, it is a fun day out for the whole family. I am glad we went.
Written January 13, 2020
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Naf
6 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023
There are two areas. One is the Safari Park & second is the Marine Park.

We bought the tickets via klook for both the parks along with lunch.

Safari park: since we had our own rented car, it was a wonderful experience to all the animals like Zebra, Rhino, Wilderbeast, Giraffe, Lion, Hippo, Tiger, Bear, varieties of Deers, Birds, etc. It was nice to stop by & see them so close for however long we wanted. It took around 45 mins to drive by, slowly & enjoy seeing them. This was the best part of the zoo and we wouldnt mind going there again just to drive through like this.

Lunch: This is in the Marine Park, you can pick between the two restaurants regardless of what you pick in your klook booking, one is an Indian Cuisine & one International which is actually Asian / Thai cuisine. Indian was completely packed with a very long queue out the door.
We tried the International, the venue was beautiful & you would have to cross the pink flamingos to go there, loved that. Though there was a line, it moved pretty fast, They will tell you a table number to sit & say that we have 40 minutes to finish. The first table number they gave, there were people still eating there, then they gave us a different table after informing them. Food was decent here. There was also free flow of drinking water & you can fill your water bottles. No real complaints except one may not enjoy the international cuisine if they are 100% vegetarians.

Marine Park: The animal shows & animal photo shoots creates an inner conflict about whether should one enjoy this or not as these animals are not supposed to do these tricks & acts. It felt wrong. We left realizing that we are not animal show or animal tricks people.

It is hot (so bring mini fan, caps & hats), crowded & packed with school kids. With so many shows, it would have been easier if they planned the show areas right next to each other. But no, they are actually in different places that its almost like a rat race where groups of people are running from one show to another, searching for the next show area.

Noticed that people start leaving around 3-4 pm in large numbers including the school kids.

Feeding the giraffe was really nice as you get to see them really close & they are roaming free. Dont miss the egg world, the baby birds in the incubators were cute.
Written August 3, 2023
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Matija S
17 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Friends
The price of a walk-in is 1500 baht. That is combined ticket safari and marine world. If you want to take a ride trough the park thats 60 baht per person. You can book online one day ahead for 950 baht. Tours that are offering you 1500 baht pp are not worth it imo especialy if you are a group of travelers. The ride in a taci from bangkok center + highway toll is around 300 baht.
I would suggest you skip the safari park ticket and just take marine park, not worth the money to do both. You have plenty to do in the marine park. Many shows all thr aninals many restaurants.
Written February 12, 2020
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