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Yang Bay Tourist Park

Nha Trang, Vietnam
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Chris wrote a review Jun 2019
St. Albans, United Kingdom4414 contributions937 helpful votes
Yes, there is animal cruelty going on. What looks to be albino horses tied on short leashes to trees and monkeys in small cages etc but the swimming area in front of the waterfall was great for a quick dip. We didn’t know about they animal cruelty that goes on otherwise I’d have not paid the entrance fee!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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apa_lal75 wrote a review Sep 2018
Nha Trang, Vietnam45 contributions41 helpful votes
Extremely badly managed, this creepy "park" makes no sense at all and the ANIMAL CRUELTY is being showcased everywhere!! Pig races, chicken fights, monkeys on 50cm chains, lack of sanitation, tiny cages... This place should be shut down! It's very sad and disturbing to see something like this in 2018...
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Date of experience: September 2018
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SmulanUk wrote a review Aug 2018
UK17 contributions11 helpful votes
Went there today as recommended from villa manager where we stayed. Waterfalls were nice and relaxing but that was the only nice part of the park! Walked over to a restaurant only to find a monkey on a short chain attached to a tree. Got so upset so we only had a drink - couldn’t eat. Went to next place where they were about to start a chicken fight! A lotnof chickens in tiny cages and a few of them out in the free but they were so injured so they could hardly move. Hardly any feathers on them. They also kept black bears in tiny cages. We just found everything so upsetting so we went home instead of going to the crocodile part and the hot springs. The kids are really upset about the animal cruelty and will probably have nightmares about it. I wish we never went
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Harry M wrote a review Aug 2018
28 contributions6 helpful votes
Booked this as a tour solely because we wanted to see the waterfall but unknowingly we were paying for a place where lots of animal cruelty takes place! All the animals are in tiny cages/pens and look like they are starving! They are not well looked after at all. Cock fighting also takes place and they get people to bet on it which from my understanding is illegal!!! They also have ostrich rides which the poor ostriches look in so much pain! It made me so upset to see all this, that me and my partner spent the time here sat on a swing well away from the animals. At lunch, I looked around and saw a poor monkey chained to a tree and tourists were teasing it with food, by this point I’d had enough and walked off so I couldn’t see it! To make things worse the waterfall was beyond disappointing! The hot springs were probably the best part of this tour. I can’t believe what I witnessed, and it really upset me and angered me that I had paid a company who treats animals so cruelly. DO NOT VISIT THIS PLACE. It needs to be shut down to be honest, there are a lot nicer places to visit in Nha Trang.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Lam P wrote a review Apr 2018
Sydney, Australia15 contributions2 helpful votes
I found this place decent to visit if you want to take a lot of floral photos and animals that they have there. I went to a bird show where the person would put seed on hit hands and a hat and the budgies will come and eat off you. The ostriches that you can ride only allow 70kg even though it says 80kgs max. The keepers will take one look at you and determine if you can or not. I found the waterfall area was more fun. The water is cool and has fish swimming around your ankles. There is also a flying fox Tarzan swing where you have to put a ball into a buoy for a free massage. Costs 15000vnd to have a go but talk to the person that controls the swing and he will let you have some turns for free if he likes you lol. There’s also a crocodile area that you can feed them raw meat and take photos with dinosaurs for the kids.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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