When we arrived they told us that they did not have any baby tigers for the kids to play with which was a huge disappointment for my 10 year old daughter. They offered some baby tigers and with some cajouling, she said she would go in. I took the medium tigers and my husband took the big cats.
We all spent about 15-20 minutes in each enclosure and it seemed much longer than that. The handlers were great with the tigers and we were able to get some great action shots.
We also decided to pay the 200bht for a photographer to take about 100 pics in each enclosure but were a bit sceptical on what we would get. On arrival back home, after seeing the pics, it was definately money well spent. His pics dont have wire in them!!!
The park is quite new and is still being developed. We spent some time just sitting with the tigers watching them.
They have a vet that comes from Chaing Mai Zoo each week to check the tigers and they are checked each day by staff. Although the enclosures were smallish for the big cats there were also areas where they could play in the water and roam around. Every tiger looked healthy and happy.
If we go back we would definately revisit as I think this park is going to be awesome.