Tiger KingdomCurrently Closed
- Address: Tiger kingdom Trakam Co. Ltd. 118/88 Moo 7 Kathu, Phuket-83120, Thialand, Thailand
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +66-76323311
- Ticket Price: 900 THB
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Wildlife Park, Family And Kids
The Tiger Kingdom in Thailand is an interesting place. You can get a very up close at the life of a tiger at this attraction. How? You can hang out with one. Literally! The concept is that you get to be around tigers of many different ages and sizes. You can even feed and pet the younger cubs and take pictures with them.
This attraction is of course not for everyone but if you are into this sort of a thing do check out this extremely unique and bizarre place to hang out with the majestic beasts of the jungle.
- Read the rules and regulation of the park carefully.
- Given ticket price is entry fee to see small tigers: 900 THB/ person
- Ticket price to see medium tigers: 900 THB/ person.
- For big tigers: 1000THB/ person
- For small cubs: 1300THB/ person
- Giant tigers: 2000THB/ person
- New born: 2500THB/ person
- Buffet lunch: 11am to 4pm
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- Rodizio Steakhouse
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45.61% of people who visit Phuket include Tiger Kingdom in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
64.25% of people start their Tiger Kingdom visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Tiger Kingdom
93.21% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Tiger Kingdom
Clean and well maintained. Easy to get to. Very well priced. I would have paid a lot more for an experience like this. Also they have 4 babies that will be able to view here in the next month. Worth seeing in Thailand.
Very nice place to visit. You'll get to see and touch the tigers. There are varieties of tigers. Most economical is the medium sized tigers. The young cub is good to place of you're going with your kids, else medium sized tigers are good enough. Do not go for adult ones as they're sleeping majority of time. Also make sure you walk around the park and see other tigers as well
This is an amazing experience. Some people have been concerned that the animals are drugged, they are not drugged here. They are felines, who are nocturnal so they sleep most of the time and prefer to be awake at night time. There were many that would perk up and play, and there were others that were sleeping. The other thing I've seen is that people say they are hit with sticks. They are tapped with small sticks on their nose (it barely affects them because they don't even flinch) and it's just to keep them looking at the care takers and to keep the guests safe. They also do not tap them with sticks unless they have to. Many of the tigers would be given treats while we were in with them. Seriously it gave me a better appreciation for these animals then any Zoo, documentary, or class could ever do. I would highly recommend going here! Tickets were approximately $120 a person to go and spend time with 4 different sizes of tigers. Go here for an experience of a lifetime!
Good place if you wish to click photos with tiger. Entry fee is in few categories. Large tiger, medium tiger, small tiger, walk around. Kids below 10 are allowed in cage with smallest tiger. Smaller the tiger more the fee. No use of walk around as it is hardly 50 m road with only tigers to see in cage.
As with every place that has animals (zoos, farms, circuses etc) one should act more like an inspector rather than a tourist when visiting. The people here seem to take good care of the tigers. I didn't see any malnourished animals or any kind of abusive behavior. Tigers are mostly active during the night and early dawn and they prefer to sleep during the day, so the staff here doesn't have to use sedatives or use big collars with chains which is a good thing. Of course these are wild animals and they shouldn't be kept in cages, however as long as there is a demand for this kind of things we should at least make sure that the animals are being taken care of and that they don't suffer. Very well organized place, with staff that really cares about the well-being of their animals.