Paradise Park Farm

Attraction 166/76 Bophut, Suratthani Surat Thani 84320 Thailand Published on: 19-10-2017

1 hour
09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
10:00 AM
12:00 PM
First-time visit
Attraction
Family
Park
Zoo
Must see
Kids
8.55 USD

Paradise Park Farm is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Paradise park farm Koh Samui covers 20 acres of prime unspoilt land where the animals enjoy a comfortable life in a natural spacious habitat.

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Why Paradise Park Farm is special ?

Paradise Park Farm, in Tailing Ngam area, sits on a beautifully preserved verdant forest. Developed over four years, it was originally a bird zoo with hundreds of bird species including parrots, love birds, parakeets and macaws


If you are looking for a place on Samui to relax, close to nature, Paradise Park Farm should be your destination. It is on Samui’s highest mountain, Khao Pom, within a tropical rainforest. Spend a day in the cool air of Samui’s highest mountains. Surround yourself by waterfalls, small rivers, exotic birds and wildlife animals. Sit in a beautiful gardens and enjoy the view. You can even camp there for a few days!


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What to explore at Paradise Park Farm?

There are many species of birds including Macaws, parrots, love birds and parakeets.

There is large enclosed area with deer, goats, emus and a pony. All these animals you are allowed to feed by hand, except the emus..

You can enjoy a lovely lunch in a Thai style open plan restaurant with a great view to the south west of the island and the surrounding jungle. A good mix of Thai and Western food is on offer and priced reasonably.

After lunch you can go down for a swim in the infinity pool overlooking the same view. The pool is modern, there are 12 sun beds with umbrella covers and a small bar to the right. No extra cost for enjoying the pool, but a 200 Baht deposit for each towel is required.

Wildlife, food & drink, poolside relaxation with great views in natural surrounds, definitely worth a day trip.

Certainly recommended for kids, particularly the young ones, they’ll be entertained for hours.

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How to get to Paradise Park Farm?

From the ring road, take the turn off at Ban Saket and travel along a rather hairy road for several kilometres. Be careful that you don’t take a wrong turn up top and end up in the military base.

Selling points

  • “Pleasant emotions to whole family”
  • “Nice treat for kids”
  • “Nice little farm”
  • “Brilliant day out”
  • “Lovely place with lovely animals”
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Duration
3.0 days
Estimated
151.66 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
18 places

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166/76 Bophut, Suratthani Surat Thani 84320 Thailand

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Tips for you

  • The drive up can be a little hairy, so make use of their pickup service from the main road
    Transportation
  • During the day the animals are let out, and you can pet or feed them if you like.
    Things to do
  • You can even camp there for a few days!
    Things to do
  • There is a nice restaurant in the park serving tasty Thai and European dishes
    Food
  • It can be quite a scary experience for a small child, so be warned!
    Experience
  • You should bring swimming suit, towel, shoes for jungle walk, camera
    What to bring
  • The farm is located more than 600 metres above Lipa Noi atop Samui’s Khao Pom
    Location
  • The road leads to the location is narrow mountain road, it was a fun ride and not difficult to find
    Location

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The farm is located in the highlands in the jungle. You can get there in twenty minutes by bike or car, turned off the ring road. Even the road here is interesting - a narrow road with lots of ups and downs. It runs through the tropical fruit orchards.In general farm like a zoo with animals, but the difference is that the trail is paved not along the aviaries, but THROUGH them. That is, you walk along the narrow paved path and come into cage of different animals. Animals are very friendly.We were greeted by colorful pigeons. Woman gave us grain to feed them (note - it is free, which surprised me). Staff - nice people. Nobody runs after you. They not asking for tips at all.Then there were large parrots. White cockatoo loves massage! Then there were sheep, goats, ostriches, deers, ponies, peacock and small fish in the pond. There were no monkeys any more. Then we have wandered through the garden. And in the end come to a place with a pool. There are lots of sun beds, clean water in the pool and a restaurant. You can order a fruit shake and enjoy the beautiful view from the pool.We spent the whole day there. We really enjoyed.

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I'm split on my rating on the Paradise Farm. The kids (5,11,13) just loved it (5 star)! They could feed the animals and get up and close to them. They even want to go a second time. On the other hand I'm sure that the animals are not treated the way we are used to it in Europe, which means worse (2-3 star). We were told by European people who know their way around in Ko Samui, that you have to be very careful visiting animal parks in Thailand because of how they treat the animals and that one of the parks that is "acceptable" is the paradise farm. If that's true, I'll stay away from the others...At the end of the day everybody has to decide for themselves. I respect the low ratings of the parrot lovers who know more about parrots and birds than I do. Still the kids enjoyed it and weren't shocked at all, like we heard from other parks. (We haven't seen the monkeys, hopefully they got freed from their cages.)

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If you have children, they'll love this place, with lots of animals to feed and take photos of. It is the best of the animal attractions on the island. The staff do not pester you for tips and show genuine affection for the animals. The place is not that big so 2 hours is enough to see everything.

TripAdvisor View more

The farm is located in the highlands in the jungle. You can get there in twenty minutes by bike or car, turned off the ring road. Even the road here is interesting - a narrow road with lots of ups and downs. It runs through the tropical fruit orchards. In general farm like a zoo with animals, but the difference is that the trail is paved not along the aviaries, but THROUGH them. That is, you walk along the narrow paved path and come into cage of different animals. Animals are very friendly. We were greeted by colorful pigeons. Woman gave us grain to feed them (note - it is free, which surprised me). Staff - nice people. Nobody runs after you. They not asking for tips at all. Then there were large parrots. White cockatoo loves massage! Then there were sheep, goats, ostriches, deers, ponies, peacock and small fish in the pond. There were no monkeys any more. Then we have wandered through the garden. And in the end come to a place with a pool. There are lots of sun beds, clean water in the pool and a restaurant. You can order a fruit shake and enjoy the beautiful view from the pool. We spent the whole day there. We really enjoyed.

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