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Khao Kheow Open Zoo

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235 Moo 7 Bang Phra subdistrict, Si Racha 20110 Thailand
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At the moment your ship touches down at Laem Chabang Port, your experience should start, our guides awaits you with your paging at the exit point of the pier. But City is still 109 Km away so sit back at your private air conditioned vehicle and enjoy the surrounding.<br><br>Take your private time to see the most popular landmark Temples “Golden Buddha” “Wat Arun” followed by city interesting points- China Town, Indian Town, Flower Market. Visit the local Thai Restaurant by the river and shop till you like at JJ mall – A local shopping center in Bangkok, Are you tired ? do not worry we have Thai Massage 1 hour for you, Maximized your experience when you are in Bangkok at shore excursion sightseeing tour, which includes round-trip private transportation and a friendly local guide.
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MobileReviewsEm wrote a review Jan 2021
Pattaya, Thailand45 contributions13 helpful votes
The best zoo in Thailand ! Good conditions and space, animals seem happy ! Please visit to support animals, they need food !
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Healinglife wrote a review Oct 2020
Si Racha, Thailand29 contributions21 helpful votes
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Feed Lions and Tigers and Jaguars!!! I mean common! And feed Hippos and even pat Rinos!! I felt like a kid and was giddy all over. It is in a large mountainous area so it is better for the animals than most zoos. Some animals roam free as well. They save elephants who were mistreated as well, and you can hang out with chimps and orangutans. Only negatives is it is always sad to see large cats in captivity because they would love to run. The other animals seem like their space is not too bad. Also the food there is limited and terrible so bring some snacks!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Rm3210123 wrote a review Jul 2020
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This zoo was good when you could use cars and would be good if you could use them now. Sadly they have used covid to change the rules so you have to use golf carts (500b for 2 hours) or the bus. I used the bus on a school trip and it's fun so we decided on that. It should be noted that if this change is for covid it is nonsense. The car is much more secure covid wise, the buses no social distancing and the carts werent cleaned on handover. This change might work theoretically but when it started raining we were dumped at a 7/11 without warning or information. It is wet season, it rains every day, but there is no plan. 30 minutes later I found the pr office on the complex we were dumped in and asked why we were stood there. Rain. Why cant we use cars? Laugh, no answer. (Real answer - short term profits). So the 3 options were to hire a cart with no sides to drive on wet mountainous roads and get wet, rely on a bus that would dump us if the black clouds opened or go home. We walked about 1km downhill to the car parks (no signposts where the car parks are) and got wet again. This zoo is designed for cars. If the website had advised of the changes we wouldn't have gone as it's obvious it wont work. They arent advertised as they know it's obvious. We wont be going back until cars are allowed.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Matt D wrote a review Jul 2020
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I stand against animal abuse which this zoo practices on its poor animals such as their elephants who have their ears pulled amongst other practices to perform in their elephant swimming show.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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228JoC wrote a review Jan 2020
Benfleet, United Kingdom15 contributions10 helpful votes
Khao Kheow Open Zoo in Chonburi Thailand are forcing their Elephants to swim under water as an entertainment display for paying tourists. This practice is extremely cruel to the Elephants as their trunks act as a snorkel when they are in water, but if they are fully submerged then they are at huge risk of drowning.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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