Well, my son and his friend (whose family lives in Thailand) had a great time, but the lack of animal welfare and the treatment of the animals was very disturbing to us as adults. They have tigers and chimps that you can take pictures with. They are caged and surely not treated well in order to entice the public. We went to a bear sanctuary a week later in Cambodia and part of the education included reminding us that taking pictures with animals was very bad for animal welfare and contributed to the maltreatment of them in general--boy we felt even worse being reminded of our missteps. An adult tiger there was most definitely drugged to allow people to take photos with it--it didn't move the whole time we were there and made very sad, pathetic roars--well, they can't even count as roars actually, more like mewling. There are other animals there we didn't see, but I can only imagine. Many will find the crocodile treatment also disturbing, although as it is a breeding farm I found it less morally reprehensible. The overall farm/zoo is quite run-down. I hope an animal welfare agency can rescue the animals from this place soon.
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