The Million Years Stone ParkCurrently Closed
- Address: 22/1 Moo 1, Nongplalai, Banglamung, Pattaya City, Chonburi 20150, Thailand.
- Timings: 08:00 am - 06:30 pm Details
- Phone: +66-38249347
- Ticket Price: 400 THB
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Garden, Park, Wildlife Park, Family And Kids, Sculpture
The Million Years Stone Park - Review
The Million Years Stone Park and Pattaya Crocodile Farm are together an amazing tourist attraction in Pattaya. It is a very pretty park with amazing flowering plants, pretty sculptures and a huge range of garden ornaments. The whole area is extremely picturesque and worth visiting.
But, this beautiful place also houses a very ferocious animal. The crocodiles that find a home here make visiting the Million Years Stone Park a very thrilling experience. Crocodiles are bred and preserved here. You can watch a show with crocodiles or watch them being fed. During breeding season you can also see the crocodile eggs that are laid near the water bodies. Besides the majestic crocodiles you also get to interact with several other animals and birds in the park.
This attraction manages to be both serene and calm and thrilling at the same time. And it is precisely this feature that makes it a very attention-grabbing visit in Pattaya.
The Million Years Stone Park Information
- You can also contact on +66 (0) 38249347 to 9
The Million Years Stone Park Ticket Prices
- Adult: 400 baht
- Children: Children between 90 - 120 centimetres- 200 baht
- Children under 90 centimetres- Free entry.
The Million Years Stone Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Crocodile show timings are 09:00 am, 10:00 am, 11:00 am, 12:00 pm ,01:00 pm, 02:20 pm, 03:30 pm & 05:00
How To reach The Million Years Stone Park by Public Transport
- Bang Lamung District
- Hire a motorbike taxi.
- Hop on a songthaew
- You can also hire a taxi.
Restaurants Near The Million Years Stone Park
- Little Italy
- In Love Cafe
- My dear corner
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Things to Know Before Visiting The Million Years Stone Park
71.48% of people who visit Pattaya include The Million Years Stone Park in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
38.15% of people start their The Million Years Stone Park visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see The Million Years Stone Park
94.96% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Million Years Stone Park
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The Million Years Stone Park, Pattaya Reviews
Great place that has lots of ancient stones, beautiful garden, crocodile show, giraffe, crocodile and elephant feeding. Nice educational place for kids. We loved it. The navigation could have been better if the park has numbers as on the map( provided for free at the ticket coubter) and directional signs. We had to hunt and ask many times to get to the zones.
Great place to go & some beautiful animals, only negative is photos with big tiger as it seems sleepy 😴 🙊💉😉 & i know you can't have a big tiger wide awake for pics. Have pictures with baby tiger instead then a beautiful animal doesn't look dopped up. Feed elephants, giraffe, crocodile 🐊 is great fun
Most visiting place in pattaya. Must see crocodile show. Have many crocodile to watching and feeding. You must try feeding crocodile (like eating chicken) of course not live chicken :) . Good place but they must do little bit renovate a long years before when i visit same now again same. Sure must to renovate and more modern style. Must take photo with tigers especially bengal tigers i recomend. And takeing photo with elephants and crocodiles.
Absolutely to recommend. Beautiful,interesting. Ticketprice is absolutely okay. Possible to take pictures with Baby-tiger, Tigers and Crocodiles. Nothing I have ever seen before. Elephants, giraffes and crocodiles you can feed. Stoneformations I've never seen. Birds in a beautiful park. I will surely come again.
I would give this place 5 stars if it was, like it's name suggests: a simple crocodile farm. This is my second time visiting, as my friend wanted to feed chicken to the crocodiles. But, why oh why does this place have tigers!! There are about 20-30 tigers kept in horrific conditions. They are in tiny cages just pacing up and down. Please let the tigers go to another zoo that has the facilities to keep them in the conditions that they deserve. There is no need for them to be there. The crocodiles and giraffes and being able to feed them is amazing and so is the crocodile show. The grounds are also beautiful and feeding the catfish is cool too. But release the tigers, is disgusting what you are doing to them! Nobody is expecting to see tigers at a crocodile farm so just let them go