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Safari World, Bangkok

A trip around the huge grounds of Safari World guarantees sights of a range of animals in a safari experience. You can use your own car or go on an official tour to see the creatures in expansive settings. This "zoo-plus" features a large marine environment, bird cages, and even the chance to feed giraffes. Note that there have been many reports of poor treatment of animals here. Safari World is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Bangkok Edition.
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  • Me and my family just loved the placed. I went their with my 5 year old son and you should see him going nuts. The safari world includes good shows, zoo and animal safari which you can take in your pr...  more »
  • Great place to visit for wild animals, get to see them up close. We get to see the lion and tiger feeding by a young girl in a cage and all the fierce animals surrounding her. The giraffe feeding is s...  more »
  • Horrible, the animals are not toys! Please don't take your children in such places, fiddling with Tiger Cubs and see animals in a cage is not normal, and we shouldn't trivialize it!
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  • This park consists of several attractions that need to be taken in order, to enjoy fully all the attractions of this park. Arriving at the ticket office the staff there were helpful in explaining what I needed to see first along with the prices for each area. However be warned, this is not a cheap day out, especially for Thailand. The main park was 1300 Baht for myself and 610 Baht for my Thai friend, then an additional payment for the river cruise of 360 Baht for myself and 180 Baht for my Thai friend, this was only after haggling for a cheaper ticket because they wanted 360 Baht each originally. Is it worth it? Well that depends on your view. I thought it was. However you do need to get there early to cover all the attractions. The first attraction is the Safari Park, a 8 kilometres long drive by bus through the animal enclosure. This takes about 45 minutes to drive through this part of the park. The bus is boarded to the right of the ticket office. I was lucky the two front left hand seats are individual seats, and so the families did not want to sit on these. For me it was ideal for taking photos and videos. The entrance was a little drive away of about 5 minutes, where we came on the twin electric huge gates that help keep the animals from getting to the people. This drive through covers all the animals within this part of the fenced and gated enclosure. Giraffes, Rhino, Elephants, Hippo’s, Antelopes, Deer, Camels, Bears,Tigers, Lions. I would add that the lions and tigers are in a separate gated enclosure. You are advised not to open the windows or to get out of your vehicle ( cars are allowed in also ) within this part of the Park. Who would want to get out at any part of this tour? They are wild animals after all. To them you’re just moving food. Next was the river cruise I paid separately for this and bargained with the ticket seller, I managed to get half price for my Thai friend. The boats are self propelled by jets of water being released at strategic points around the course. Don’t expect any animals or anything alive in this part. The exhibits are all models of prehistoric man and their camps, snakes, gorilla’s, tigers, and all manner of other things to give you a daylight spoof Ghost train ride but in a boat. The ride was enjoyable. It was very cool ( though somewhat misty ) riding along in the boat not having to row it or even steer it. At one point a water jet squirts water at you which is a bit annoying when you have expensive video and camera equipment with you. However you can see it before it happens and make provisions for covering anything of value. The ride lasted about 25 minutes arriving back at the start point to the hot humid air again. One show I did manage to watch was Spy Wars. It’s a spoof on a famous film character with a grand and spectacular setting based around mountains and water. The arena was impressive, holding thousands of people when full. I was going to sit down at the front instead I chose to take the elevated view from up above. How pleased I was that I made this choice. The setting was full of school kids out for the school days outing, sat there in their neat and tidy school uniforms. The show started with many bangs and cannon fire and machine gun fire. It was a well presented show, with lots of action, a weak script but it was fun. Halfway through the show two Jet Ski’s came thundering into the arena at full speed. Taking a 90 degree turn to the left, sprayed a colossal amount of water over the front 50 rows of seats where about 400 kids were sat cheering. I can honestly say I have never seen so many kids move so quick to avoid all this deluge of water thrown over them. This is why I was glad I had not chosen to sit at the front. Be warned about this, there are no notices to tell you about it, and the amount of water two Jet Ski’s can move is amazing. After this all the front seats were empty of people.
  • I think the zoo is not that special, just walk around the zoo, and see some animals, and the lunchtime is fixed at 12-14:00, I missed it because it is not open anytime! Some activities need to buy a ticket again to play. The most exciting thing is feeding giraffes, they are so cute. Overall, you need to buy the ticket early through online, that will be cheaper, and I suggest you get there early around 10 am, then you can enjoy more activities such as feeding tigers.
  • Amazing experience. One should reach early in the morning so as not to miss any shows. We did miss a few. Dolphin show and Giraffe feeding was good. The bus tour was good as well. Buy your tickets online as you will get a discount on the tickets.
  • Mixed feelings about this. On one hand it's such a tourist trap, on another they do have good stuff. If animal shows are your thing, you won't be bored. Otherwise skip the shows and actually look at the animals. The bird collection is great and don't miss the giraffes. Never seen so many in one place in my life! The food place for tourists... Well, avoid. See pic attached. It's just bad.
  • I have visited Safari World at Bangkok in Thailand last year May 2017. This is a very much aristocrat, nice & knowledgeable place for visitors. Visitors can see the Animal Performance, Birds Zoo, Theater as well as open wild animal in open place. Its Approximate 1 hour journey from Bangkok city and people easily reach there by Taxi or bus. Here lots of options for Kids, Adults as well as physically disabled people. Here main attraction is Dolphin Show, Oran Ota Show, Theater, Tiger, Bear and lots of popular animal & birds.
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