Samphran Elephant Park

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  • Address: Petkasem Road K.m. 30, Samphran District, Nakhon Pathom Province 73110 Thailand, Bangkok
  • Timings: 08:30 am - 05:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +66-22952938
  • Ticket Price: 600 THB
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Art And Culture, Art Gallery, Garden, Park, Waterfall, Entertainment, Play, Leisure, Family And Kids, Arts And Crafts

Samphran Elephant Park - Review

Samphran Elephant Park is a popular sightseeing destination for children as well as for adults. It hosts exciting events such as the Crocodile Wrestling Show and the Elephant Theme show. The elephant show has a surround sound system. In this show the elephants are the main stars, wherein they race, dance, play games and football. Breathtaking stunts are performed by the master crocodile catcher and the crocodile, in the wrestling show. The waterfalls and the tropical garden can be viewed by the visitors on the elephant’s back. The elephants create really interesting paintings too. What is more is that you can buy these paintings. The fund that is collected is used for conservation efforts.

Samphran Elephant Park Information

  • Can purchase paintings done by elephants.
  • Car and automobile is the best transportation mode.
  • Don’t miss out the Crocodile Wrestling Show and the Elephant Theme show.

Samphran Elephant Park Ticket Prices

  • Adult - 600 Baht; Child below 130 cm – 350 Baht

How To reach Samphran Elephant Park by Public Transport

  • Samphran Elephant Ground and Zoo Stop

Restaurants Near Samphran Elephant Park

  • Erawan Restaurant
  • Parndhevi riverside restaurant and spa

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TripHobo Highlights for Samphran Elephant Park

  • Samphran Elephant Park Address: Petkasem Road K.m. 30, Samphran District, Nakhon Pathom Province 73110 Thailand, Bangkok
  • Samphran Elephant Park Contact Number: +66-22952938
  • Samphran Elephant Park Timing: 08:30 am - 05:30 pm
  • Samphran Elephant Park Price: 600 THB
  • Best time to visit Samphran Elephant Park(preferred time): 12:45 pm - 02:30 pm
  • Time required to visit Samphran Elephant Park: 02:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Samphran Elephant Park

  • 17.6% of people who visit Bangkok include Samphran Elephant Park in their plan

  • 45.57% of people start their Samphran Elephant Park visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Samphran Elephant Park

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Samphran Elephant Park

People normally club together Rajawongse Clothier and China Town while planning their visit to Samphran Elephant Park.

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  • Been here twice, and the fun is always hype! They have a magic show, elephant show, and crocodile show. Check their website for the schedule. *The elephant show is really superb. Afterwhich, you can have a closed encounter with these friendly giants. You can purchased some food for them at 20 baht and feed them yourself. Take as many pictures as you want. *To top it all, you can have an elephant ride at 100 baht. There's a park for kids (and kids at heart like me 😊), an orchid greenhouse; however I missed to see the peacock area. Foreigners' Ticket is at 600 baht. Enjoy!

  • Excellent crocodile show just outside of Bangkok on the way to hua hin. Very lush, green grounds, pleasant to meander around with lots of shade and reasonably priced refreshments. Playground for kids. Crocodile feeding pond. Baby elephant feeding and an Elephant show, too. Clean and relaxing!

  • Great fun to be had if you're conservative. Might not be the best place to go if you're in PETA or something. They have elephants doing tricks, loads or crocodiles, and a very large area to explore. Feels like you're in 1980s Thailand fosho

  • Elephant Show and Crocodile Show are the two main events/attractions here. I uploaded several photos here for you to know the blow by blow events in this place. I rated 2 because I travelled so far from Bangkok just to see the place. My heart sank as soon as I stepped through the entrance gates. It felt like an abandoned zoo with very few animals most in dirty cages with no stimulation or things for them to do but watch the visitors most looked depressed it was a horrible thing to see. The 15 min elephant show was OK with opportunity to feed them at the end and the crocodile show better than the elephant show but the problem was not with the shows but the condition that other animals were in. The shows last 30 mins total but then you left looking round the place looking at tired dirty cages with poorly kept animals. It made me feel depressed and ashamed that I had contributed to the problem. Definitely my worse experience of Thailand.

  • This is a half day tour. it costs 1.000 thb. And need a around 1 hour from bangkok city by minibus. She have 3 kind of shows. The first one is a magic show. it is a prestage. And when I heard magic I thought it is kind of magic show using animals. But just plain magic show. The second is, main stage, an elephants show. They sell bananas for elephant that you can feed up. Even though you give a money to elephant. He will receive money using his nose then give his master. The final show is an crocdile show in the water. Then all shpws are over. If you have a enough time You can ride an elephant which costs 600 thb. This is an extra charge. The enterance fee is same 600 thb. You can feel the elephant"s should moving right and left. Sometimes elephant do pee or more serious things. Making love or making dung. Have a nice trip.

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