Attraction Tiger Kingdom 51/ 7 Rim Tai, Mae Rim District Chiang Mai 50180, Thailand Published on: 08-06-2016
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Why Tiger Kingdom is special ?
Chiang Mai's Tiger Kingdom is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to interact with adolescent tigers and baby cubs. You can do every thing from bottle-feeding the baby tigers to bravely posing with and petting the big guys. A couple hours here will stick with you forever, and knowing that the tigers at Chiang Mai's Tiger Kingdom are treated with great care will help to give you peace of mind. The tigers are not sedated like at other tiger places in Thailand and the facilities are extremely clean.
What to explore at Tiger Kingdom?
The Tiger Kingdom assigns professional staff with each group of visitors to ensure everything goes smoothly and comfortably. Did we mention you can also hire your own on-site photographer so you can focus on the fun instead of your camera? If playing with tigers is on your bucket list, Tiger Kingdom is the best place we've found to do it.
How to get to Tiger Kingdom?
Chiang Mai Tiger Kingdom is located in tourist area in Mae Rim District, it can be reached by hiring a car with driver, Songtaew, Tuk Tuk or arranging tour from Chiang Mai
- An exciting experience
- Being with the tigers
- A walk on the wild side
- Good to be able to touch tigers
- Worth a trip if you've never pet a tiger
Tiger Kingdom 51/ 7 Rim Tai, Mae Rim District Chiang Mai 50180, Thailand
Tips for you
I was very hesitant about going to tiger kingdom. I read many reviews of sleepy/drugged tigers and did not want to support such a business. We arrived when they first opened and there were no crowds. We originally bought a ticket to see the big tigers - there were about 4-6 large tigers in a enclosed fence area. they were surprisingly active and moving around. The 2 handlers were very good about getting them to lay still while we took pictures. but numerous times they got up and would walk away. Afterwards we visited the baby tigers who were highly active! since it was early there were not many people and we were able to get one on one access with them. they were running and playing and clearly showed affection to their handlers. they were adorable and worth the extra money. I cant speak for past experiences but the tigers were saw did not looked drugged in any way. they were active and running around (especially the babies!)