Safari Park Open Zoo

Safari Park Open Zoo, Kanchanaburi: Hours, Address, Safari Park Open Zoo Reviews: 4/5

Safari Park Open Zoo
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Nature & Wildlife Areas • Zoos
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 5:00 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 - 5:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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40/2 Moo 5,Tambon Nongkum .Bo Phloi District, Kanchanaburi 71160 Thailand
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Napassakron S
Nakhon Pathom, Thailand5 contributions
Family
This trip, I take my family and children to go to the zoo. But certify that the zoo that we will take this time will be different from other places, of course, because tourists who visit the zoo will be able to get close to the animals of that kind. "Hugging a giraffe's neck, taking a selfie walking the tiger Feed the tiger by hand, which if anyone who has come to visit here is guaranteed to have fun, excitement, smiles, laughter and there are many animal shows to see.
Written January 18, 2022
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yugac113
Bangkok, Thailand65 contributions
Safari Zone was fun for kids, driving through various zones and seeing tigers, lions, bears, zebras and giraffes up close. Feeding sliced carrots to deer, zebras and giraffes was cool if you felt comfortable with their licking and saliva.

Zone 2 was, in my opinion, terrible in terms of their 2 shows. Crocodile show was dangerous as usual, but asking for tips every 5-10 minutes before continuing the show was annoying. Elephant show was ok, but both trainers and elephants somehow gave me a feeling of unhappiness. However, they should change their speakers as their unnecessarily high volume of music broke the speakers and my patience.
Written July 20, 2020
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AnakinVan
Bangkok, Thailand230 contributions
We decided to drop after a trip to River Kwai to see if the kids would like it. The answer is a definite yes. Once you get there you have the choice of parking your car and getting on their bus to go around the park, or you can take your own car in. Taking your own car in is at your own risk as sometimes the animals you can feed (giraffes, deer, zebra) might not be so kind and scratch or dent your car. Make sure to buy plenty of animal snacks before you go in because feeding the animals from the window of your vehicle is the highlight of the park. Another highlight is feeding the baby tigers which will cost you 500 baht for 15 minutes, but we were lucky and actually got a much longer time with them as there was no queue behind us. The baby tigers were really cute and worth the money. Overall worth a visit to this park because the environment appears really good for the animals who appear relatively well fed and taken care of.
Written August 20, 2020
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hunglow
Phuket, Thailand1,415 contributions
they get 1 star for the two tier pricing. 200baht for Thai and 550baht for foreigner. the animals don't look the healthiest and really it is not that wonderful. one day thailand will learn when all tourists are gone that the dual pricing just does not work. it costs no more for a foreigner to operate the place than it does for a Thai to show up. big thumbs down on this one.
Written August 1, 2020
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Tina N
28 contributions
Friends
This place is horrrrrrible lol. I feel bad that I even went and didn’t read the reviews more because I mainly came for the giraffe encounter. It was cool to feed and touch the giraffes with your own private bus but the other animals look like they’re dying from the heat. Some were even limping. They look like they’re starving. The pond water is all algae and murky. We didn’t even finish everything. 550 baht for admission, 1000 for the giraffe encounter, and 100 for extra carrots. Complete waste... Do not come!!!!
Written January 24, 2020
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Nate Q
Hong Kong2 contributions
Family
Intended to go here today with 3 kids, 2 were under the age of 9- they were going to charge children as adults since they were over 120cm. Adult prices are 550฿ per person. For five of us we thought it was a bit pricey.
Written January 7, 2020
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Mrs.D
16 contributions
Solo
As an ex volunteer and ex staff member since, all I'm going to say on the matter is if you want to help animals DO NOT visit or support the Safari park. There is a lot that goes on behind the scenes that customers and volunteers don't see. I wish I opened my eyes up to it sooner. There are other places around Thailand that needs and deserves your help, this place isn't one. I'm grateful for the people I've met and the experiences I had but the things I've seen done to these animals is heartbreaking.
Don't support this place.
Written December 19, 2020
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Sillapat T
Bangkok, Thailand156 contributions
Friends
Everyone seems to visit there to photo with giraffes, it seems interesting first but the actual scene was chaotic. The giraffes seemed starving so they approved the bus for sliced carrots crazily. Other animals don’t seem perfectly healthy, maybe because of hot and dusty Kanchanaburi landscape.

Personally I felt slightly depressed after saw those animals.
Written February 24, 2020
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Sally M
20 contributions
Family
Looked amazing on instagram. Very floppy in real life. Took my toddler for an encounter with her best friend (a giraffe). She ended up scaring giraffes instead (as they ran to lick our car windows lol). Other sections of the park were poorly maintained. Felt a bit unsafe when you visit the tiger cages with no staffs present or supervision.

Ticket prices are very reasonable though. But you could charge more and provide a better experience?

In conclusion, visit safari world in Bangkok.
Written August 1, 2020
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robs-adventures
Solihull, UK114 contributions
Couples
If you have any care for aminal welfare whatsoever, do not give these people money.
How do you think you can approach a Tiger ? The poor things are permanently drugged.
It's the owners who should be chained and caged !!
Written March 6, 2015
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The tiger, 'Blue' is absolutely not drugged, and volunteers are working with management to improve his quality of life, while still meeting the demand from tour groups who want a photo with a large tiger. When the demand stops, the tiger is no longer on the table. He is only there for the tour groups (2 - 4 hours a day), and spends the rest of his time in his enclosure. His new enclosure is currently in the design stage and will be built just for him, with daily enrichment and lots of natural things for him to see and play with. We hope you can visit again in the future and see this magnificent tiger in his new environment!
Written September 4, 2015
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