Elephant Village

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  • Address: 48/120 Moo7, Muang Pattaya, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri 20150, Thailand
  • Timings: 10:30 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +66-38249818
  • Ticket Price: 1600 THB
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Safari, Wildlife Safari, Entertainment, Family And Kids

Elephant Village - Review

The Pattaya Elephant Village is a great place to interact with these funny animals. The elephants are extremely well trained and domesticated. They put up a grand show with the animals doing awesome tricks, stunts and being very cute in general.

You can choose to just watch the show or take an elephant safari. It is an amazing experience to travel with these majestic beasts, to really feel their strength and to observe their habits. There is also a “silk house” in the same premises where you can see handicrafts being made or even buy souvenirs to take home. If you take one of the more elaborate tours, they also serve a scrumptious buffet meal to satisfy the foodie in you.

The elephant village is a wonderful place for these elephants to stay in. Animals who have been working in circuses and events find a wonderful refuge in this sanctuary. In a way it is like a retirement home for the elephants. The volunteers and employees are able to pay for the upkeep of these elephants with the revenue that the tourism generates. So it is nice to know that while you are being entertained you are also helping a good cause.

Fix a date with elephants when you visit the Elephant Village in Pattaya. The Elephant Village is one of the most popular places in the city and is a great place to embrace the nature. The best way to explore the Mamba Village Center is by buying the Elephant Village tickets from the ticket counter. If you want to avoid the line, then you can book the Elephant Village tickets, well in advance. You can also book the Elephant Village tour tickets to get a guided tour of the village and have a gala time!

Elephant Village Ticket Prices

  • ATV Tour (1 hour): 1500 baht
  • ATV Tour (2 hours): 4500 baht
  • Combination Trekking: 2000 baht
  • One Hour Elephant Trekking: 1200 baht
  • One Hour Elephant Trekking: 1600 THB
  • Combination Trekking: 2600 THB

How To reach Elephant Village by Public Transport

  • Pick up and drop is provided by the village if requested.
  • Hire a taxi.
  • You can also rent a motorcycle or a moped.

Restaurants Near Elephant Village

  • Huen Phen
  • The Riverside Bar and Restaurant
  • Amazing Sandwich (The)

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TripHobo Highlights for Elephant Village

  • Elephant Village Address: 48/120 Moo7, Muang Pattaya, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri 20150, Thailand
  • Elephant Village Contact Number: +66-38249818
  • Elephant Village Timing: 10:30 am - 04:00 pm
  • Elephant Village Price: 1600 THB
  • Best time to visit Elephant Village(preferred time): 11:00 am - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Elephant Village: 02:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Elephant Village

  • 44.45% of people who visit Pattaya include Elephant Village in their plan

  • 37.57% of people start their Elephant Village visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Elephant Village

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

94.6% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Elephant Village

People normally club together Jomtien Beach and The Million Years Stone Park while planning their visit to Elephant Village.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Elephant Village, Pattaya Reviews

  • MUST READ THIS IN FULL. Let me first say I'm from US, so my review might only be useful to those with similar line of thought. I read reviews on this place before deciding to go, all mixed reviews, but I am going to set the record straight......It cost 2600 baht per person for the combination trekking, which, at the time seemed reasonable, seeing as though I never rode an elephant before nor been so up close with them and a few birds, guinea pigs, ducks, and a few others I didn't recognize. Because I arrived a little early, they let us wander around the facilities and we came upon 2 small monkeys in a cage, and a boy immediately walks up, takes a monkey from the small cage and says picture 100 baht, I politely decline, but little did I know that was just the beginning. This is very important.....the combination trekking advertises the following agenda: 1. Hour ride on elephant. A little bumpy, but it was as advertised, along the way, someone was taking video and someone took a pic. At the end, the driver/elephant poker asked for a tip, where I'm from, in a service industry you don't ask for tips, doesn't matter which country. I'm not going to tell you what I wanted to say if someone in US asked for a tip, but wanting to be friendly, I offered 20 baht (not much of a tip, but don't forget the price tag to enter, and the fact that a tip was requested, his response was, "no, 100 baht", really, since when do we get to turn down a tip and and request more? I hope many others complain about this and write a poor review, because this actually killed the experience immediately for me. 2. Silk house was interesting, 3. Jungle walk was a bike path through some foliage, nothing to see here folks. 4. Ox ride, bumpy, but was able to see how they poop and swat flies away with their tales. This guy didn't ask for tip, but, he sure waited for one to be given. 5. Raft ride was peaceful, there must literally be thousands of catfish in the mud lake (new nickname) that the guide was feeding, and they came to the surface like Piranha once food hits the water. These guys didn't ask for tips, but there was a tip jar, surprise, surprise. And they watch you to see if you put a tip in the box.....very uncomfortable how the hole tip thing works there. 6. Dinner, we had upset stomachs from a meal the night before, so we passed on the meal, however, 7. Welcome Thai show never happened. 8. Upon departure, they will want 200 baht for a still photo, or 1000 baht for a video, and if you decline, they will appear not happy........so I suggest, when you buy the tickets, or upon arrival, you specify no video, so they don't waste their time and yours trying to convince you at the end. If you are OK with that, cool. You have been informed. Overall cost for riding and elephant, which is not very pleasant after 15 minutes, a Ox cart ride for 20 min, a picture, a 20 min raft ride, all tips, 6000 baht, which includes a 100 baht for a bag of bananas to feed the elephant's.

  • What a wonderful experience here. We loved every minute of it. Just wish we could've stayed longer

  • Kids had a blast! Fun for kids and adults. Pricey but worth it.

  • They don't have plenty of attraction but I love the elephant that carried me and the cute birds in the cage.

  • 象の上に乗って高い視点からの散歩は気持ちいい👌 A walk from a high point of view on a elephant feels good👌

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