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We were charged $8 per person for admission. The place is so poorly kept that as soon as you walk in, there’s a huge pile of trash next to their water well (which also has trash thrown inside). There are no signs as to where...More
As a family we were charged US$21 (2adults/2children) to see 2 small enclosures with hundreds of crocodiles). It was a self guided tour that took no more than 10minutes to complete. Very underwhelming and overpriced!!
The sections the crocodiles are kept in are very small, and there are too many kept in one area at a time. I wouldn’t recommend it for children as the safety conditions are questionable. However, its pretty surreal seeing that many crocodiles at once, and...More
Don’t go!! Spend your money elsewhere , I get people need to earn a living but this is just so unethical and so rotten. Some of the crocs are dead ???? Still lying beside alive ones !??? All stacked up on top of each other...More
The conditions that the crocodiles are kept in are old, dirty and smelly. The standards of safety for visitors, especially those with young children, are not acceptable. I would not advise anyone to visit there. There are much better examples in other countries.
This crocodile farm house in Siem Reap has more than 1000 crocodiles in different sizes from toddler to adult. Very informative place about how they take care of crocodiles from the femal crocodile pregnancy to their adult stage and what they eat, where they are...More