Samut Prakarn Crocodile Farm

Attraction 555 moo 7, taiban,Amphur Muang ,Samut Prakan, 10280, Thailand Published on: 17-06-2016

3 hours
08:00 AM - 06:00 PM
09:00 AM
11:30 AM
First-time visit
Attraction
Nature
Performance
Shopping
People watching (street)
Kids
Parks & Aquarium
0.26 USD

Samut Prakarn Crocodile 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
The Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm and Zoo is an international and famous zoo which holds the world's largest crocodile in captivity and contains other animals

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Why Samut Prakarn Crocodile Farm is special ?


  1. You will have a chance to visit a farm inhabited by 60,000 crocodiles, including the largest known Siamese crocodile, named Yai!

  2. Visitors to the crocodile farm can see a wide variety of animals other than crocodiles, including elephants, lions, tigers, monkeys, horses, and hippos

  3. This farm is an education and research center for the conservation of wildlife where you can learn about these glowering reptiles at a crocodile projects


Source: local-bangkok

What to explore at Samut Prakarn Crocodile Farm?

1/ Crocodile show:

Crocodile Wrestling show at Samutprakarn is a well-known in the world with the scare felling, amazing and lots of fun in every minute. They have many years of this show experiences

2/ Elephant show

Many intelligent elephants will make you all happiness and you will have unforgettable time

3/ Crocodile farm

The largest Crocodile ever held in captivity is an Estuarine / Siamese hybrid name “ Yai” which is a famous Samutprakarn Crocodile farm & zoo

4/ Zoo

Their farm has around 300 acres with stunning natural view and very flexible transportation by their mini train for sighing seeing trip that help people to have good journey and tourist can touch the natural around

5/ Souvenir shop

The products are made from crocodile leather with plenty of design style. There are many size and design products which are made from crocodile material for children that are crocodile dolls

Source: worldcrocodile

How to get to Samut Prakarn Crocodile Farm?

By bus: From Bangkok, you can take the Skytrain to the end of the line at BTS Bearing. From here it will cost about 110 Baht in a taxi. Bus Nos. 7, 8, and 511 from Bangkok terminate at a station next to the crocodile farm.

By Taxi: It takes a half hour drive to reach the zoo from Bangkok center

Source: Tripadvisor

Selling points

  • Best display of Crock
  • Amazing - fun for all the family
  • A fun trip with kids
  • Great crocodile show
  • Kids love it
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Duration
5.0 days
Estimated
180.11 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
18 places

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555 moo 7, taiban,Amphur Muang ,Samut Prakan, 10280, Thailand

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Tips for you

  • The noodles in the food court area is great and cheap
    Food
  • There is the big cat that is chained and drooling which you can put your head in its mouth for taking picture
    Photography
  • The farm is well maintained and the team is very welcoming.
    Service
  • There is a nice zoo in the park and elephant show three times a day
    Service
  • You are allowed to take picture with chimp from outside it for free
    Rule
  • You can try crocodile meat but restaurant does not look good.
    Things to do

Reviews

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A friend brought us here. First impression, it was a rather normal, old, zoo. Crocodile and elephant shows are nice to have but nothing out of the ordinary. There were lions, cheetahs, hippos, and other animals but what's different here is that you get really close encounters with the large cats, there are just a fence apart from you. Place your hands near to the fence for a speedy amputation!Jokes aside, what made the trip really special was the chance to take close photographs with the crocodiles and elephants after their shows for 200THB. What you get for that money is a shot by an SLR, and a nicely printed photograph for keepsake after that.The highlight of the entire zoo must be the chance to get close and personal with the two tigers, one adult and one kid! The adult tiger was chained and we get to touch its furs while having our photographs shot with it! OMG I was beaming from mouth to mouth!The baby tiger is locked in a cage, along with other adorable monkeys (locked in separate cages, of course) and when it's time for photographs, we get to hug baby tiger and feed it milk from a milk bottle!I can't describe the immense joy I got from these activities. All for 200THB each, you get some personal time with animals that are normally not within reach. I reckon that is absolute value for money!As you can see, I spent quite a fair bit at this place just on photographs and I'm sure this will be as enjoyable for anybody. Unless you've been to Africa, I think this will be the most accessible and not to mention the cheapest place to touch and feel a real tiger in your arms.I will absolutely love to be there when my daughter grows older, and I'm sure we will enjoy ourselves again!

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One of those places where locals pay less than foreigners. we were supposed to pay around 80 Baht but the person at the counter noticed my kid speaking a different language. we paid 300 for adults and 200 for minors instead. Inside you see a wide variety of animals, some in very very poor condition. We had the opportunity to see the croc show and the elephant show, both of them cruel.The Good: A nice variety of animalsThe Bad: Some animals in poor condition. Some animals in the show were not handled properly.

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The young men in the show risk their lives with giant crocs, putting their heads in their mouths and hands down their throats.I even got a picture later of me standing behind and resting on their 14 foot giant croc. One of my favorites.

TripAdvisor View more

A friend brought us here. First impression, it was a rather normal, old, zoo. Crocodile and elephant shows are nice to have but nothing out of the ordinary. There were lions, cheetahs, hippos, and other animals but what's different here is that you get really close encounters with the large cats, there are just a fence apart from you. Place your hands near to the fence for a speedy amputation! Jokes aside, what made the trip really special was the chance to take close photographs with the crocodiles and elephants after their shows for 200THB. What you get for that money is a shot by an SLR, and a nicely printed photograph for keepsake after that. The highlight of the entire zoo must be the chance to get close and personal with the two tigers, one adult and one kid! The adult tiger was chained and we get to touch its furs while having our photographs shot with it! OMG I was beaming from mouth to mouth! The baby tiger is locked in a cage, along with other adorable monkeys (locked in separate cages, of course) and when it's time for photographs, we get to hug baby tiger and feed it milk from a milk bottle! I can't describe the immense joy I got from these activities. All for 200THB each, you get some personal time with animals that are normally not within reach. I reckon that is absolute value for money! As you can see, I spent quite a fair bit at this place just on photographs and I'm sure this will be as enjoyable for anybody. Unless you've been to Africa, I think this will be the most accessible and not to mention the cheapest place to touch and feel a real tiger in your arms. I will absolutely love to be there when my daughter grows older, and I'm sure we will enjoy ourselves again!

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