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Safari Park Open Zoo

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Safari Park Open Zoo

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40/2 Moo 5,Tambon Nongkum .Bo Phloi District, Kanchanaburi 71160 Thailand
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River Kwai Day Tour (Kanchanaburi)
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River Kwai Day Tour (Kanchanaburi)

Take a memorable ride on the Thailand–Burma Railway, also known as the Death Railway for the thousands of POWs and forced laborers who lost their lives building it during World War II. On this day trip from Bangkok, you’ll visit the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery and the Jeath War Museum, and hear moving war stories from your guide. Then ride a long-tailed speedboat down the River Kwai where you’ll have a view of the famous bridge. Lunch and hotel transport by coach are included.
$55.43 per adult
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Ammie R wrote a review Nov 23
Bangkok, Thailand24 contributions
Enjoy the Giraffe & Zebra’s feeding most. Driving pass tiger and lion is also exciting. But the con is my car get a bit of scratch after finishing the tour. I guess it is from the deer’s horn. (However the staff has already warned about this but I choose to drive my own car to avoid the crowd in the bus) Giraffes and zebras will put their heads inside the car to steal the carrot. (Be careful if you have little kids, it might scares them.) Kids can feed rabbits in the last zone.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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AnakinVan wrote a review Aug 2020
Bangkok230 contributions152 helpful votes
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.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Sid wrote a review Aug 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia50 contributions28 helpful votes
As a westerner who has lived in Thailand for a long time i have watched the prices in this place increase dramatically without improvements to the service. The entrance road is full of pot holes dmaging to car The price for a westerner is now 500 baht and it definetly is not worth that i think the thai price is about 150. They now have western volunteers helping and they seem to be the cause of the inflation Now costs a lot to have a photo with a cub i think 500 baht and last time 100 The place is a bit run down 150 would be fair for all it lacks facilities and hard to get to.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Prings245 wrote a review Aug 2020
Bangkok, Thailand16 contributions14 helpful votes
Okay so in fairness the Safari Park where you see animals in the open is great (Giraffe,Lions) and feeding them was fun. However we are in 2020 and cruelty to animals is not something we should be witnessing. The crocodile show is horrific, not only do they hit these animal's with sticks but also ride on their backs like they are some sort transport. The kid performing is brave but clearly looks inbred so probably doesn't understand whats going on We should be educating kids about animals not using them for mindess fun...hitting is hitting no matter how you dress it up! Don't go if you care about animals
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Sally M wrote a review Aug 2020
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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.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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