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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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  • After visiting the Sriracha Zoo on the way in to Bangkok from Pattaya one will find this facility a repeat of the experience there. The only thing good was the Orang Utan Show & the drive through the ...  more »
  • Safari World is a great place, where it will be interesting for both children and adults! Many different animals you can get great emotions when feeding giraffes, when they tongue pull food with your hands. Many different water show, with elephants and others. So I recommend to visit, you will not regret!
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  • We had toured the park in our own tourist group bus. There are animals in groups in their natural habitat. A really wonderful sight and can easily click pictures right from your seat inside the bus. T...  more »
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  • Safari World is actually comprised of two things: Safari Park and Marine Park. Marine Park features the caged animals (who seemed to be in the best caged situation available), and the shows (I went to none out of personal preference). Safari Park is a tour of the 'safari' around the main park, and this is where I feel it lacked. While it was nice to see the different animals having more room to roam, it's an additional 45 baht if you wish to take the safari park tour bus instead of your own car. In my opinion, marine park is worth it more than the safari area, but if you have the baht I'd say go for it, especially if you enjoy animals or are with a young child who enjoys them. (The tiger cub photo is also a great experience, as well as 'mini world' in which birds will feed from your hands.)
  • The safari ride might impress people who expect to see animals in plain sight, with the illusion of their natural habitat. Though I find it a little inhumane. Apart from that, if you do find yourself a whole day free in Bangkok, do consider visiting. All the animal SHOWS afterwards are all phenomenal. Travel agents will always give prices better than you can ever get by yourself. Don't know how, but that was obvious
  • The Safari world is a good place to watch the dolphin show. The shows start at 10 am. So if you want to watch all the shows you must reach early, park the car in the parking, buy tickets or if you have already booked you need to still get the tickets at the counter and get in the safari. The show timings are spaced well just in case you intend to watch all of them. The lunch option is also okay and is well managed. The signs in the safari can be a bit confusing though. If you fancy one can also get snaps clicked with a tiger on your lap. After all the shows you get back to the car and then enter the safari to see the animals. There is a large number of lions and tigers and we can see them very closely sitting in the car.
  • Our family love the safari park . We have lots of fun and enjoy many animal shows. Everyone should visit Safari World once, you will love there. Don't get any food, snacks and water with you. The officers don't allow us to bring any food or drink to inside safari and marine park. You can buy food and drink at food court and refreshment booths. There are enough clean restrooms.
  • The Marine animal shows were of very high quality. It seemed to emphasize on the bond between the trainers and their animals, and also had a slightly improvised feel. The road safari was quite interesting, and the animal enclosures were close enough to the road that you could see their dynamic. The other animal shows were alright, and the elephant and orangutan shows were a tad bit childish, although my group was open-minded enough to enjoy it. Stay away from the cowboy show, it's a little drab and incoherent, but that shouldn't matter. You have to choose between that or the elephant show, since they're at the same time. Definitely meet new people. The expressiveness of Thai culture and the overall love for these animals is an environment that encourages socialization and fun. Don't go to the buffet unless you want cold food (and ice cream.)

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